A masterclass co-presented by the Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra and lead by violinist Jennifer Frautschi. Students from the Brown Department of Music to perform for Ms. Frautschi. Free and open to the public for observation.
Frederick Jodry leads the Brown University Chorus, Chamber Choir, and a string quartet in a performance of music by Pizzetti, Walker, Holst, Victoria, Hogan, Bortniansky and Rachmaninoff. Tickets are $10 for adults and free for children and students with a valid student ID.
The Brown University Wind Symphony & Percussion Ensemble perform under the direction Matthew McGarrell. The concert is free and open to the public.
Brown Bag Concerts are casual, free admission events showcasing Brown University musicians. At these concerts, guests are welcome to bring their lunch and come and go as they please.
The program for this event includes an improvised set by the Electroacoustic Improvisation Ensemble and excerpts from Café Music by Paul Schoenfield, Nikolai Kapustin’s Duet for Alto Saxophone and Cello, Bach’s Violin Sonata No. 1, and Brahms’ Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 77, arranged for violin and piano.
Students from the Department of Music perform a jazz concert in various ensembles. Admission is free and open to the public.
MUSIC NOW is an informal forum series for Brown’s community of composers as well as students and faculty interested in contemporary music. Free and open to the public.
Mark Steinbach, University Organist, performs music of Messiaen, Hindemith, and J.S. Bach. Admission is free and open to the public.
A recital featuring performances by piano ensembles – duets, music for 4 hands, etc – as well as other arrangements. This event is free and open to the public.
The Brown University Orchestra performs the March 8, 2019 concert in dedication to the memory of Anthony Brattoli. Anthony was a musician in the Brown University Orchestra (BUO), a winner of the BUO Concerto Competition in 2016-17, and member of the Class of 2019. Dedicatory remarks will be spoken as part of the March 8 program to celebrate Anthony’s life.
Guest artist Kinan Azmeh joins the Orchestra as soloist for the East Coast premiere of Azmeh’s Clarinet Concerto.
Mark Seto leads the Brown University Orchestra in concerts on Thursday, March 7 and Friday, March 8 in Sayles Hall Auditorium. Kinan Azmeh joins the Orchestra as soloist for the East Coast premiere of Azmeh’s Clarinet Concerto.
[ BUY TICKETS ]
Tea Shop is an autonomous, interactive space that has a simple motto (translated into English): “Free to use by all (in cost and content). No red tape, no exclusion, and no power bill (we use solar energy).” Outside the reach of state censure, this in-progress project uses social sculpture to implicitly engage issues of land-use planning, neocolonialism and listening that is specific to the concerns of those in Yangon using it to creatively express themselves.
A new dramatic song cycle from Brown University Assistant Professor, composer Eric Nathan, based on the incredible 24-year correspondence between poet Emily Dickinson and essayist, abolitionist, women’s rights advocate, and Colonel of the first black regiment in the Civil War, Thomas Wentworth Higginson. Some Favored Nook places Dickinson’s writings in the context of the Civil War and focuses on her private struggle as a female poet in a patriarchal society.
Brown Jazz Band to perform with Puerto Rican-born woodwind player and composer, Ricardo Pons, in the 32nd Annual Eric Adam Brudner ’84 Memorial Concert. The concert is part of a three-day residency, funded by The Department of Music and the Eric Adam Brudner ’84 Memorial Concert fund. Ricardo Pons will visit classes, attend rehearsals and perform on flute and saxophone. The concert is also, part of a celebration of thirty years of Jazz in the the curriculum at Brown.
This culminating concert features performances of works for strings and clarinet by Kinan Azmeh, Kareem Roustom, and Wang Lu.
Admission is free. Reservations here: