Videos

RAMBAX MIT Senegalese Drum Ensemble Saturday, December 7, 2019 @ 8PM   Directed by Lamine Touré Rambax MIT is an ensemble dedicated to learning the art of sabar, a vibrant drum and dance tradition of the Wolof people of Senegal, West Africa.​
RAMBAX MIT | LIVE WEBCAST

RAMBAX MIT

Senegalese Drum Ensemble

Saturday, December 7, 2019 @ 8PM

 

Directed by Lamine Touré

Rambax MIT is an ensemble dedicated to learning the art of sabar, a vibrant drum and dance tradition of the Wolof people of Senegal, West Africa.​

MIT Wind Ensemble 5th Annual Prism Concert Spectacular Friday, December 6, 2019 @ 8PM   Frederick Harris, Jr., Music Director Kenneth Amis, Assistant Conductor A unique amalgam of music and special lighting featuring works for full wind ensemble & brass, percussion, and woodwind chamber...
MIT Wind Ensemble | LIVE WEBCAST

MIT Wind Ensemble

5th Annual Prism Concert Spectacular

Friday, December 6, 2019 @ 8PM

 

Frederick Harris, Jr., Music Director
Kenneth Amis, Assistant Conductor

A unique amalgam of music and special lighting featuring works for full wind ensemble & brass, percussion, and woodwind chamber ensembles. The program will feature Holst’s rarely heard masterpiece, Hammersmith, the Boston premiere of Apotheosis by Kathryn Salfelder, Bach’s Contrapunctus 7 from The Art of Fugue, transcribed by Kenneth Amis, Mannin Veen, the wind ensemble classic by English composer Haydn Wood, chamber ensembles with students from the Norwood and King Philip High Schools, and three world premieres by composer and legendary music educator, John McLellan, formerly of the Belmont Public Schools.

MIT Symphony Orchestra Ambient Classical   Evan Ziporyn, Director Featuring the 2019 Concerto Competition Co-Winner Madeleine Jansson.   PROGRAM:   Erik Satie/arr. Ziporyn: Gymnopedies XYZ Richard Wagner: Preludes from Das Rheingold and Lohengrin Felix Mendelssohn: Capriccio Brillant...
MIT Symphony Orchestra | LIVE WEBCAST
MIT Symphony Orchestra
Ambient Classical
 
Evan Ziporyn, Director
Featuring the 2019 Concerto Competition Co-Winner Madeleine Jansson.
 
PROGRAM:
 
Erik Satie/arr. Ziporyn: Gymnopedies XYZ
Richard Wagner: Preludes from Das Rheingold and Lohengrin
Felix Mendelssohn: Capriccio Brillant
Pauline Oliveros: Meditation for Orchestra
Robert Fripp and Brian Eno: Evening Star
  13th Annual Herb Pomeroy Memorial Concert featuring Warren Wolf   MIT Festival Jazz Ensemble, Frederick Harris, Jr., Music Director MIT’s annual tribute to legendary trumpeter-educator Herb Pomeroy, the “Father of MIT jazz,” features world-renowned jazz vibraphonist Warren Wolf as special guest...
MIT Festival Jazz Ensemble | LIVE WEBCAST

 

13th Annual Herb Pomeroy Memorial Concert featuring Warren Wolf
 

MIT Festival Jazz Ensemble, Frederick Harris, Jr., Music Director

MIT’s annual tribute to legendary trumpeter-educator Herb Pomeroy, the “Father of MIT jazz,” features world-renowned jazz vibraphonist Warren Wolf as special guest soloist and composer. The concert features premieres of arrangements of Warren Wolf’s music, music associated with Herb Pomeroy, and new music by MIT FJE members Brandon Allen G, and Kevin Costello, ’21, Kurt Rosenwinkel’s The Next Step (arranged by Richard Oates, ’18), classic works by Horace Silver and Billy Strayhorn, and the world premiere of Heal! A Battle Poem for the Climate and its Defenders by Peter Godart, G, with special guest narrator Tiandra Ray, ’15.

Warren Wolf is a multi-instrumentalist from Baltimore, Maryland. From the age of three, Warren was trained on the vibraphone, drums, and piano—under the guidance of his father Warren Wolf Sr. Warren attended Peabody Preparatory—studying classical music with Leo LePage. Then with John Locke at Baltimore School for the Arts for his high school years. Warren also attended Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts.

During his time at Berklee, Warren studied with Caribbean jazz vibraphonist Dave Samuels. After graduating from Berklee in May of 2001, Warren became an active musician on the Boston scene—also teaching at Berklee College of Music. Warren, today, living in Baltimore, is an International touring musician and music professor both at Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore and at San Francisco Conservatory. Warren has performed throughout the United States of America, South America, Canada, Italy, Spain, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Scotland, London, Greece, Singapore, Thailand, Jarkata, Bangkok, Tokyo, Paris, Moscow and many other countries.

Warren has made several recordings as a leader and as sideman for Mack Ave Records, Blue Note Records and boutique Independent Jazz Record Labels. Musicians that Warren has performed or recorded with are Wynton Marsalis and The Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, Jeremy Pelt, Nicholas Payton, Tim Warfield, Adonis Rose, Donal Fox, Anthony Wonsey, Aaron Goldberg, Cyrus Chestnut, Lewis Nash, Willie Jones, Eric Reed, Mulgrew Miller, Terri Lyne Carrington, Yoron Israel, Larry Willis, David “Fathead” Newman, Stefon Harris, Reuben Rogers, Kevin Eubanks, Curtis Lundy, Steve Davis, Duane Eubanks, Ron Carter, Wycliffe Gordon, Robert Glasper and Esperanza Spaulding.

MIT Concert Choir: Celebrating Beethoven's 250th Birthday William Cutter, conductor Yukiko Oba, rehearsal pianist Join the MIT Concert Choir with guest pianist MIT Professor David Deveau as they celebrate Beethoven's 250th Birthday Beethoven: Choral Fantasy, Op. 80  Beethoven: Mass in C major, Op....
MIT Concert Choir | LIVE WEBCAST

MIT Concert Choir: Celebrating Beethoven's 250th Birthday

William Cutter, conductor
Yukiko Oba, rehearsal pianist

Join the MIT Concert Choir with guest pianist MIT Professor David Deveau as they celebrate Beethoven's 250th Birthday

Beethoven: Choral Fantasy, Op. 80 

Beethoven: Mass in C major, Op. 86

Beethoven: Elegischer Gesang, Op. 118