Daniel Bolshoy is committed to bringing the guitar to the attention of audiences everywhere. He is regularly praised for his friendly and informative spoken introductions, and progressive programming of solo and chamber music. His concert tours take him from prestigious international concert stages to remote villages and house-concerts.
This noon recital features Zara Bagasol ’20 on cello performing Après un rêve by Gabriel Fauré. Also performing will be vocal students of Dawn Padula, Riley Granger ’21, soprano; Neil Little ’20, bass-baritone; Helen Woodruff ’20, soprano; Maximilian Tapogna ’20, tenor; and Wyatt Jackson ’19, bass-baritone.
Alistair MacRae, cello; Tanya Stambuk, piano
Old and new works for cello solo and cello/piano duo by Gabrielli, Glass, Prokofiev, and more!
Danilo Pérez will perform as the guest artist with the Puget Sound Jazz Orchestra, directed by Tracy Knoop.
Pianist, composer, educator, and social activist Danilo Pérez is among the most influential and dynamic musicians of our time. Pérez is an UNESCO Artist For Peace, cultural ambassador to the Republic of Panama, founder and artistic director of the Panama Jazz Festival…
Come listen to a variety of music performed by Melissa Young and Jeff Caldwell. You can be sure to hear Chausson's beautiful seven melodies, arts songs by Schubert, an assortment of popular arias and theater songs. Please join us for refreshments afterwards as well in the Music Building, Room 106.
Join us for the fourth and final installment of the 2018–19 Organ at Noon Series, as Wyatt Smith performs "From Death to Life: Music for Lent and Easter."
Recognizing female composers from all eras and varying styles, with compositions for voice, piano, and strings.
Dawn Padula, mezzo-soprano; Tanya Stambuk, piano; Maria Sampen, violin; Gwynne Brown, narration; and guests
Enjoy music performed by the Adelphian Concert Choir, Dorian Singers, and Chorale, featuring works by Brown, Coleman, Dawson, Dett, Ford, Johnson, and Powell.
Tony Leach, guest conductor
Taylor Gonzales '17, conductor
Savannah Schaumburg '20, assistant conductor
The student-created Puget Sound Concerto Orchestra will perform concerto movements highlighting outstanding Puget Sound student musicians. Reception to follow in Room 110.
Join us for a performance of the marvelous classical work by Russian composer Sergei Prokofiev, played by the full orchestra of Symphony Tacoma musicians. Come hear the narrated story of a young boy living with his grandfather in a forest clearing and the adventure he and his animal friends have when a wolf enters through the garden gate. Each character is portrayed in the…