Tag: classical music

  • Piano Music of Protest

    Piano Music of Protest

    Presenting a program of seven works from as early as 1831, Charles Abramovic and his students will be performing compositions for solo piano inspired by protest or directed toward oppressive forces across the globe.  Whether remembering the causes classical composers brought awareness to, or a continuing matter to bring attention to, performing these pieces not only informs listeners of these events, but invites them to a sonic experience to associate this information with, and remember, for example, the Hungarian Revolution of 1848 (Eckhardt 2001) when hearing solo piano music.

  • POSTPONED: ENAensemble Presents The Celestial

    POSTPONED: ENAensemble Presents The Celestial

    The concert originally planned for 9/14/2022 of new music performed by ENAensemble has been postponed. Stay tuned for rescheduling information. Thank you for your understanding and support. Beyond the NotesWednesday, September 14, 12:00PMPerformers: Sopranos: Megnot Toggia and Carleen Baron  Flute: Chelsey Meynig  Guitar: Thomas Schuttenhelm Cello: Leigh Brown  Conductor: Evan Kassof  With new works by […]

  • Music of Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre

    Music of Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre

    Join us for our first Beyond the Notes of fall 2021! Rescheduled from April 2021.   Music by Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre (1665-1729) Wednesday, October 27, Noon, EDT Harpsichord  Lindorff, Professor of Keyboard Studies Anna Kislitsyna, Doctor of Musical Arts, 2018 Hanbyeol Lee, Master of Music, 2017 Violin Eunice China, Bachelor of Music, 2016 […]

  • The Prince and The Elephant

    The Prince and The Elephant

                  The Prince and the Elephant Wednesday, March 24th, Noon  EDT. Tune in to hear two narrated stories by Oscar Wilde and Jean de Brunhoff, with music by Liza Lehmann and Francis Poulenc. Professor Charles Abramovic and his Boyer College of Music and Dance students will provide the piano […]

  • Mandolin Music to Soothe the soul

    Mandolin Music to Soothe the soul

    Music for Piano and Mandolin Wednesday, March 3rd, Noon EST Gabe Locati, Mandolin; Sujin Kim, Piano Join us for a noontime mandolin and piano recital with Boyer College of Music and Dance students Gabe Locati and Sujin Kim. This Beyond the Notes concert is coordinated by Allen Krantz, who heads the guitar program and teaches chamber music […]

  • 20th Century Vietnamese Piano Music: A Journey Through Time

    Nam Nguyen, pianist and scholar Wednesday, February 10, Noon, EST Temple University Libraries’ Beyond the Notes is pleased and proud to present a performance and discussion of Vietnamese piano music of the Twentieth Century by doctoral student Nam Nguyen. Western art music is relatively new in Vietnam, with a colonial history that started in the […]

  • Marimba with Phillip O’Banion!

    Temple University Libraries and the Center for the Performing and Cinematic Arts present *********************************************************** Photo by Kuba Bożanowski Currents Solo Marimba Recital Phillip O’Banion, Marimba Wednesday, November 18th, Noon   Join us for a solo marimba recital by Phillip O’Banion. Professor O’Banion is an associate professor and artistic director of the percussion program at Boyer College […]

  • Hispanic Heritage Month Song Celebration

    Hispanic Heritage Month Song Celebration

    Hispanic Heritage Month Song Celebration Wednesday, October 14, Noon Join us for a celebration of beautiful songs of the Hispanic repertoire featuring music by Joaquin Rodrigo, Manuel de Falla, Jaime Leon, and Ernesto Lecuona. The performers include Savannah Whittenburg, Daniel Arboleda, Jason Garcia-Kakuk, and Stephen Acosta. This program is coordinated and produced by Daniel Arboleda. […]

  • Triumph of the Human Spirit: Beethoven at 250

                        Wednesday, September 23rd, 10am-3pm Join us as Temple faculty, students, and alumni present the inspiring works of Beethoven in celebration of his 250th birthday. This performance is led and coordinated by Dr. Joyce Lindorff.  View this program at https://library.temple.edu/watchpastprograms/show?id=68db0f32-b443-4dbe-be2c-bdb3f68e2003   (part 1) https://library.temple.edu/watchpastprograms/show?id=451cf5b8-77ad-411c-9ff3-159fd843e8f3  (part 2)   […]

  • From the Margins to the Fore

    From the Margins to the Fore

    A Modern Reveal An Eclectic Compilation of Vocal Music by Women Composers, 1560-present Wednesday, October 30, Noon Charles Library Event Space Light refreshments served. Boyer recital credit given. Historiography has marginalized the contributions of women in many spheres of endeavor, and musical composition is no exception. Even as the names of contemporary female musicians found […]