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THANK YOU to Lois and Harvey Watson for our newly endowed French Department! Read more...

The Inaugural Lecture, for The Lois B. Watson Professor of French, titled "Big Life, Little Death" was delivered by Paula Schwartz on April 14, 2015. 

Announcing the 2015 Recipient of the Freeman Prize -
Julia Angeles '15!
Julia is a French major who spent her junior year abroad studying in Bordeaux. Her senior thesis is entitled “Aliénation sociale et formation identitaire dans L’Exil Selon Julia de Gisèle Pineau,” for which she will receive highest honors.  Julia has also played an active role in the organization “Language in Motion,” an outreach program that promotes collaboration between Middlebury students and secondary school teachers of foreign languages.


 

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Every year, alumni return to campus for Homecoming to revisit their Middlebury memories—and to make new ones!

We hope that you’ll join us for a weekend of vibrant performances and exhilarating sporting events at the peak of autumn foliage on campus. Catch up with friends, relax, and enjoy a getaway to Vermont. The only thing we’re missing is you!

Check out the exciting schedule of events we've prepared for Homecoming 2012.

We also welcome the Men’s Rugby, Men’s Water Polo, and Football teams alumni, as well as two landmark Middlebury a capella groups, Dissipated Eight and the Mischords, for special reunion celebrations.

Accommodations

Housing is available at Bread Loaf and is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Returning alumni who require housing must register before October 9th.

We look forward to seeing you!

Upcoming Events

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Upcoming Events

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Fall 2015 Events

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

A Poetry Reading by Peter Cole (McArthur Fellow)

Title: The Invention of Influence

Abernethy Reading Room in Axinn Center at Starr Library

4:30 PM

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Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Hannah A. Quint lecture in Jewish Studies

Paula Fredriksen

Title: "Augustine and the Jews: From Fourth-Century North Africa to Present-day Israel”

McCardell Bicentennial hall (MBH) 220

4:30 PM

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Seminars and Events

Oct. 2, 2015 (room TBA):

Karen Hinkle, Norwich University: "The Beauty of Molecular Switches: Functional Implications for Newly Identified Phosphorylation Sites in Src Family Kinases" 
(sponsored by the Biology Department)

Nov. 13, 2015

Nate Kornell (sponsored by the Psych Department)


Dec. 4, 2015  (room TBA):

Julia Basso,
“Exercise and the brain:  a bi-directional relationship”

(Co-sponsored by the Dept of Psychology and Program in Neuroscience)

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2015-16 SEMINARS & EVENTS

All Talks begin at 12:30pm unless otherwise noted.
Lunch is available at 12:15pm.

Oct. 2, 2015 (room TBA):

Karen Hinkle, Norwich University:
"The Beauty of Molecular Switches: Functional Implications for Newly Identified Phosphorylation Sites in Src Family Kinases"

Oct. 29-30, 2015 (MBH 216):

Rick Ostfeld, Cary Institute for Ecosystem Studies

Thurs, 10/29:  General talk at 4:30pm
(title TBA)
Friday, 10/30:  Science talk at 12:30pm (title TBA)

SPONSORED BY THE GEORGE B. SAUL II LECTURE FUND

Nov. 6, 2015 (room TBA):

Leif Richardson,  Gund Institute, UVM
Title TBA

 

Coming Events

Private Music Lessons
Fall 2015
Online registration:
September 15-19
Lessons begin week of
September 21
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The Sound Investment Jazz Ensemble
Auditions
September 17 and 18
2:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Mahaney Center for the Arts, room 217
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Jazz Workshop
First Session meets September 24, 7 p.m.
Mahaney Center for the Arts, room 221

 

 

 

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SEMINARS & EVENTS

ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE INSTRUCTION POSITION AVAILABLE
(One-Semester, S'16)

Faculty Stories:  
STEVE TROMBULAK

Owl and bird banding with Prof. Steve Trombulak on 
Vermont Public Television's Outdoor Journal


WATCH:  BiHall's Famous Octopus !
grabs camera, turns it on photographer


For STUDENT JOBS & INTERNSHIPS:

go/cciconnect


 

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Moria Robinson '12 and E.O. Wilson, at the ATBI Conference in Tennessee, April 2012.


  
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Fall family weekend concert-whole ensemble
 

Music Department Events, 2013-14

(All events are offered with free admission, unless otherwise indicated.)

Music 2013-14 Arts Calendar Information

 

Choir, Bach Festival

Community Choir – sic.

September 21, Saturday
Eric Despard, guitar
8:00 pm, Mahaney Center for the Arts, Concert Hall
Heralded as a "talented classical guitarist" by the Times of Trenton, Middlebury College Affiliate Artist Eric Despard performs a dynamic solo concert programs including selections from over five hundred years of music. Despard will perform Spanish and Latin American guitar favorites, including pieces by Piazzolla, Lauro, Barrios, Villa-Lobos, Tarrega, and Albeniz.

October 4, Friday
Dayve Huckett – Guitar
8:00 pm, Mahaney Center for the Arts Concert Hall
Join Dayve and special guests for a concert of original music mixed with a wide range of cover material by many artists. Free.

October  5, Saturday
Anne Janson, flute
8:00 pm, Mahaney Center for the Arts, Concert Hall
A  special and unique performance of works for flute including " Vermont Counterpoint" by Steve Reich, and "Poem" by Charles Griffes . Images of paintings from the Hudson River Valley School will be projected simultaneously by the Middlebury College Art Department. Free.

October 31st, Thursday
Middlebury College Orchestra Halloween Concert
8:00 p.m. Mahaney Center Concert Hall
Andrew Massey conducts the Middlebury College Orchestra in a light-hearted costume concert featuring Saint-Saens’ Danse MacabreChopin’s Funeral March, 2001 and other spooktakular works. Audience members in costume particularly welcome.Free.

November 3, Saturday
Affiliate Artist Collaborative Concert
8:00 pm, Mahaney Center for the Arts, Concert  Hall
Members of the Music Department’s Affiliate Artist faculty present an eclectic concert featuring genres from blues to classical, jazz to bluegrass, rock to bagpipes.

November 6, Wednesday, 8 pm
Mike Hendrickson violin performanc, with Cynthia Huard on piano
Concert Hall, Mahaney Center for the Arts

Sunday, November 17, 3 pm, College Choir
Concert Hall, Mahaney Center for the Arts

November 19, Tuesday
African Music and Dance Ensemble, Damascus Kafumbe, Director
8:00 pm, Mahaney Center for the Arts, Concert Hall
The ensemble presents an end-of-semester concert featuring a wide range of East African instrumental, vocal, and dance repertoire.  Ensemble members perform on East African drums, fiddles, harps, lyres, lamellaphones, shakers, and xylophones. Sponsored by the Department of Music. FREE.

 

November 20, Wednesday
Piano Recital by Students of Diana Fanning
7:30 PM, Mahaney Center for the Arts, Concert Hall
The fall concert by Diana Fanning's students is a popular event celebrating our talented Middlebury students.  Sponsored by the Department of Music.  Free

November 22, Friday
The Sound Investment Jazz Ensemble
Dick Forman, Director
8:00 PM, Mahaney Center for the Arts, Concert Hall
Middlebury’s Sound Investment Jazz Ensemble celebrates the wisdom that “it don’t mean a thing if it ain’t got that swing,” with a program of contemporary jazz compositions and some of the best music of the big band era.  Sponsored by the Department of Music.  FREE.

November 24, Sunday
Middlebury College Community Chorus
Jeff Rehbach, conductor; Tim Guiles, accompanist
3:00 PM, Mead Memorial Chapel
Middlebury College students, staff and faculty, and singers from throughout Addison County and across the lake in New York perform an annual concert celebrating the season of Thanksgiving. FREE 

November 24, Sunday
Quinn Bernegger
Concert Hall, Mahaney Center for the Arts

December 3, Tuesday
MUSC0209 composition performance
8:00 pm, Concert Hall, Mahaney Center for the Arts

December 7, Saturday
Vocal Recital
8:00 pm, Mahaney Center for the Arts, Concert Hall
Students of Carol Christensen, Susanne Peck, and Beth Thompson cap off a semester of vocal study with an evening of songs and arias. Sponsored by the Department of Music. Free.          

 

December 8, Sunday
Lessons and Carols for Advent and Christmas
4:00 and 7:00 pm, Mead Memorial Chapel
Modeled after the long-standing European tradition, this annual program includes Bible readings of Advent and Christmas and carols for choir, organ and congregation. Each service is preceded by performances on the chapel carillon. Laurel Jordan, chaplain; Middlebury College Chapel Choir, Jeff Buettner, director; Emory Fanning, organ. FREE

January 17, 2014, Friday
|J-Term Beethoven’s Eroica
8:00 p.m. Mahaney Center Concert Hall
For the 5th annual J-term Beethoven, the Middlebury College Orchestra presents Beethoven’s 3rd Symphony - the Eroica. Andrew Massey conducts this grandest of all symphonies, and offers charts and a few words about how the piece is put together.

January 29, 4 - 8 pm: Concerto competition, 4 - 8 pm

 

March 2, Sunday
Cynthia Huard, piano: “Solo Favorites:” featuring Variations: from Bach to Mendelssohn
3:00 pm, Mahaney Center for the Arts, Concert Hall. Free.

March 8, Saturday
An Evening of Songs and Arias
8:00 pm, Mahaney Center for the Arts, Concert Hall
A select group of students from the Department of Music present a variety of songs, duets, and arias, ranging from the baroque era to the present. Free.

March 14, 2014, Friday
Middlebury College Orchestra Spring Concert
8:00 p.m. Mahaney Center Concert Hall
The orchestra’s major spring performance, featuring the winner of this year’s Alan and Joyce Beucher Concerto Soloist Competition. Andrew Massey conducts the winning performance, as well as other works for orchestra.


March 16, Sunday
Timothy Cummings and Guests
4:00 p.m., Mahaney Center for the Arts (Concert Hall)
Taking up the baton from François O'Clemmons, affiliate artist Timothy Cummings shares music from Ireland and Scotland on a variety of pipes and whistles.  Several guest artists, including Pete Sutherland (fiddle, guitar, banjo) and Dominique Dodge (harp, vocals),  join him in celebrating the rich heritage from 'across the pond'. Sponsored by the Department of Music. Free.

April 6, Sunday
Middlebury College Community Chorus
Champlain Philharmonic Orchestra
Jeff Rehbach, conductor
3:00 PM, Mahaney Center for the Arts Concert Hall
The 75-voice chorus and 40-piece orchestra comprising community musicians join together for a special concert, one of a number of statewide concerts and educational programs celebrating poetry and music, coordinated by CPO director Paul Gambill. This program includes a variety of works scored for orchestra and chorus, including a new orchestration of Reflections of the Sky originally written for the College's Bicentennial by Peter Hamlin '73, Christian A. Johnson Professor of Music, which includes texts by Langston Hughes and Middlebury faculty Julia Alvarez, Robert Pack, and Jay Parini. $15/$5 at the door. ??????

Friday, April 25:               Sofia Shao (part of PAS and Bach Festival opening concert)

Saturday, April 26:                      Bach Festival concert, Mead Chapel

April 30, Wednesday
African Music and Dance Ensemble,  Damascus Kafumbe, Director
8:00 pm, Mahaney Center for the Arts, Concert Hall
The ensemble presents an end-of-semester concert featuring a wide range of East African instrumental, vocal, and dance repertoire.  Ensemble members perform on East African drums, fiddles, harps, lyres, lamellaphones, shakers, and xylophones. Sponsored by the Department of Music. FREE.

May 3, Saturday
The Sound Investment Jazz Ensemble
Dick Forman, Director
8:00 PM, Mahaney Center for the Arts, Concert Hall
The College’s big band swings into spring with a concert that’s sure to set toes tapping and fingers snapping.  There may just be dancing in the aisles.  Sponsored by the Department of Music.  Free.

May 6, Tuesday
Spring Piano Recital by Students of Diana Fanning
7:30 PM, Mahaney Center for the Arts, Concert Hall
Concerts by Diana Fanning's piano students have become a much-anticipated tradition, well attended by members of the College community and townspeople.  Join us for an evening of beautiful piano music.  Sponsored by the Department of Music.  Free.

May 10, Saturday
Scenes and Songs
8:00 pm, Mahaney Center for the Arts, Concert Hall
Music department student vocalists  present a lively sampling of musical theatre, from opera to Broadway. Free.

May 11, Sunday
Viktoria Grigoreva, violin; Diana Fanning, piano; Dieuwke Davydov, cello
8:00 pm, Concert Hall, Mahaney Center for the Arts.

Monday, May 12
Violin Master class with Viktoria Grigoreva, Russian violinist.
4 pm, Concert Hall, Mahaney Center for the Arts


Friday, May 23:                Senior week Choral concert