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March 08, 2021
MIT chamber quartet showcases the power of digital platforms to create community around classical music.
An IAP class in four-part harmony MIT chamber quartet showcases the power of digital platforms to create community around classical music.   Leda Zimmerman | Arts at...
March 08, 2021
“I’ll have an idea for a tune, and then I’ll have to think about where I can take it next, just like in a math problem,” says the MIT senior.
"Though senior Kevin Costello knew he loved STEM and puzzles from a young age, it took him longer recognize the importance of music in his life." Credits: Hannah...
February 17, 2021
Contemporary filmmakers explore acts of movement as a profound catalyst for societal and individual change in American and Black life.
  Screening RoomNew Labor Movements In Weefur's own words, the program explores  "Blackness as more than the sum of all Black bodies, more than the historical trauma,...
January 06, 2021
Associate professor of music Emily Richmond Pollock studies the way modern opera incorporates the new and the traditional.
                Understanding Art In A Time Of Crisis Associate professor of music Emily Richmond Pollock studies the way modern opera incorporates the new and the...

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April 15, 2021 - 7:00pm
Virtual
Free and open to the public
    Assistant Professor Natalie Lin Douglas presents a solo recital exploring musical dialogues found within unaccompanied works for violin: from the virtuosic and brisk Capriccio, “As Quickly As Possible” by Karim Al-Zand (Professor of Composition, Rice University); to the searc...
Emerson Fellows Solo Recital
April 16, 2021 - 5:00pm
Virtual
Free
Download Program Notes Here About the Performers Sara Kornfeld Simpson is a third year PhD candidate in Brain and Cognitive Sciences at MIT. A recipient of the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship, she studies how experience affects the activity of neurons in the visual system. She gradua...