Boston composers, performers and poet David Ferry visit Lehigh University for concerts in conjunction with the Music Department. Works by Salerni, Heiss and Karchin with Stephen Drury’s acclaimed performance of Charles Ives’ Concord Sonata. The public is invited to the festival’s open rehearsals, readings and symposia.
This recital features an all French program including Milhaud’s Suite for Clarinet, Violin and Piano, Debussy’s Rhapsodie and Olivier Messiaen’s Quartet for the End of Time with trio members Inna Eyzerovich, violin; Martha Schrempel, piano; and cellist David Moulton.
Supported in part by the Klees Family Instrumental Ensemble Endowment Fund.
Lehigh students, jazz faculty and local professional musicians perform contemporary big band jazz and funk from Fletcher Henderson to Thad Jones. Bill Warfield, director.
The Wind Ensemble explores the word ‘signature’: from meter signatures to key signatures and signature works of wind band composers. David Diggs, director.
The ensembles perform contemporary and traditional jazz. Bill Warfield, director.
Lehigh University Choral Arts presents its annual Christmas gift to the community. Steven Sametz, director; Sun Min Lee, associate director. Early arrival suggested.
A celebration of ragtime from Joplin to Stravinsky, featuring Lehigh University music faculty, joined by members of the orchestra and musicians from the Pennsylvania Jazz Society. Bill Warfield, director.