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November 19 at 4pm Watch here! Sonorous Spontaneity A program featuring works by Chopin, Schubert, Scarlatti, and the Pittsburgh premiere of Stefania de Kenessey’s “Spontaneous D- Combustion”. Nanette Solomon, piano
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THE FETA PRIZE IN SOUND ART 2016 AWARDED TO MICHAEL BOYD Dr. Boyd, Assistant Professor of Music, has been awarded the Feta Prize in Sound Art for 2016. Click on the link to read more about Dr. Boyd’s work. . Boyd … Continue reading
On Monday December 5, 2016 Chatham University music students had a wonderful performance to showcase what they have been working on all fall semester.
On November 20th, the Chatham University Music Program organized a tribute concert to local conductor and composer, David Stock. It was a wonderful memorial for David Stock and his family members who attended the event. Performers included: Sara Stock Mayo, … Continue reading
On November 12, 2015, the Chamber Orchestra of Pittsburgh performed con voci with Voces Solis. The performance included “Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland” by J.S. Bach, Pavane, Op. 50 by Gabriel Fauré and arr. by Ryan McMasters, and Berliner Messe … Continue reading
On March 29, 2015, Chatham will host the University of Pittsburgh’s student orchestra. This concert will feature Chatham Student Amy Gehrlein on violin playing Bach’s E Major violin concerto. The program also includes works by Chatham faculty member and violin/viola … Continue reading
Beginning this academic year, 2014-2015, faculty member Walter Morales started a project to perform Beethoven’s piano sonatas as part of our Friday Afternoon Musicale series. Walter is part of the faculty here at Chatham and does a wonderful job teaching … Continue reading
Once more, Chatham music students wowed the audience with their student recital on December 8, 2014. Months of preparation resulted in a successful and entertaining performance featuring pieces from Bach, Mozart, and Brahms, to the “Scooby Doo” theme song. Performances … Continue reading