Friday, 11/9 at 8:00 PM: The Martin Luther King Spiritual Choir, directed by Dr. François S. Clemmons, will sing everything from American Negro spirituals to gospel and African folk songs. Come and be prepared to sing along, clap your hands, and make a joyful noise.
Thursday, 11/8 at 8:00 PM: Majestic, lyrical, and uplifting, Gabriel Fauré’s Requiem encompasses the famous composer’s penchant for melody and adeptness with delicate yet powerful musical texture. This performance features ensembles from Middlebury, Castleton State, Johnson State, and St. Michael’s Colleges, and the University of Vermont.
Tuesday, 11/6 at 4:30 PM: In his Johnson Inaugural Lecture, Department of Music Chair Peter Hamlin '73 talks about his compositions that involve live musicians performing with computers that respond and contribute to the music in real time. Reception prior to lecture.
Saturday, 10/27 at 8:00 PM: Enjoy an eclectic evening of original music and unique covers performed by affiliate artist Dayve Huckett in his sixth concert at Middlebury. He is joined on stage by guests Peter Hamlin '73, Chair of the Department of Music, and singer/songwriter Laura Heaberlin '12.5.
The Middlebury College Department of Music's talented and diverse group of professional musicians and teaching artists will come together at the Mahaney Center for the Arts for a collaborative concert on Saturday, November 3, at 8:00 P.M.
Friday 10/5 at 8:00 PM and Sunday 10/7 at 2:00 PM: The Opera Company of Middlebury presents an elegant, semi-staged concert version, starring Mihoko Kinoshita, Daniel Snyder, Ricardo Rivera, and Hyo Na Kim, and the Middlebury College Choir, under the direction of Jeff Buettner. At Town Hall Theater.
Monday, 10/1 at 7:00 PM: Watch a film screening of the original chamber opera, performed here at Middlebury in fall 2011. Composer Su Lian Tan and video set designer Tim Bartlett ‘98 give an informal talk together about their work, followed by a Q&A. Presented as an extension of the Clifford Symposium on Creativity and Collaboration.
Eight members of the faculty have been promoted to the rank of associate professor without limit of tenure.
Eight members of the Middlebury College faculty have been promoted to the rank of associate professor without limit of tenure.
Tuesday, 5/15 at 4:30 PM- Senior Nicole Hansen studies with Affiliate Artist Cynthia Huard.
Monday, 5/14 at 8:00 PM- Music major and pianist Liam Gluck performs an inspired program for his senior recital. Gluck studies with Affiliate Artist Cynthia Huard.
Sunday, 5/13 at 7:00 PM- This woodwind quintet's program ranges from classical to Latin Jazz to modern music of the American West. Catherine Hayes '12, flute; Sam Beguin '13, clarinet; Amanda Kaminsky '13, clarinet, Kelsey Calhoun '12; bassoon, and Suzanne Calhoun '14, horn.
Sunday, 5/13 at 1:00 PM- Senior recital, sponsored by the Department of Music.
Saturday, 5/12 at 7:30 PM (Rochester) and Sunday, 5/13 at 3:00 PM (Middlebury)- Director Jeff Rehbach leads a choral concert for Mother’s Day, with a delightful mix of contemporary, traditional, and classical works. This large chorus, with a history dating back more than 150 years, brings singers together from on and off campus and throughout the Champlain Valley.
Saturday, 5/12 at 8:00 PM- Music students present a lively evening of musical theatre, from opera to Broadway.
Friday, 5/11 at 8:00 PM- Featuring the Middlebury College Spiritual Choir, under the direction of Alexander Twilight Artist in Residence François Clemmons.
Sunday, 5/6 at 3:0 PM- An opera buffa by Giovanni Pergolesi, featuring Julianne Wieboldt ’14 and Nathaniel Rothrock ’13. Steve Small, director; Cynthia Huard, conductor and continuo; Carol Christensen, musical director.