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    Winter Festival & Forum Series: Musicial Time

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    January 9, 2010


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    Winter Festival & Forum Series: Musicial Time

    The series is part of a residency at MIT during its January Independent Activities Period (IAP) during which the entire community explores new experiences, topics, and modes of learning. The theme of this special series is time, primarily musical time, but also time as understood and experienced in a variety of disciplines and as the focus of a variety of works of chamber music. In addition to the forums and concerts, all are welcome to...

    The series is part of a residency at MIT during its January Independent Activities Period (IAP) during which the entire community explores new experiences, topics, and modes of learning. The theme of this special series is time, primarily musical time, but also time as understood and experienced in a variety of disciplines and as the focus of a variety of works of chamber music. In addition to the forums and concerts, all are welcome to attend open rehearsals by BCMS musicians and scheduled meetings of MIT IAP class called Interdisciplinary Approaches to Musical Time during the week prior to each concert. Schedule to be posted on BCMS’s and MIT's websites. The exploration is both multi-media and interdisciplinary across the arts and sciences using projections of film, painting, sculpture, and poetry. Panelists on each forum will engage topics that focus on their own work and the music of the evening. BCMS musicians will be on hand to demonstrate and discuss some of the music. Between each forum and performance patrons may also reserve dinner hamper in advance to continue the conversation with panelists. January 9 Forum- Time as Shaper of Events Panelists: Michael Cuthbert, Robert Jaffe, Libby Larsen Concert Imbrie Serenade for flute, viola and piano Larsen Black Bird, Red Hills for Clarinet, Viola and Piano Crumb Eleven Echoes of Autumn, 1965 Ravel Piano Trio Featured Musicians: Fenwick Smith, flute; Thomas Hill, clarinet; Ida Levin, violin; Marcus Thompson, viola; Astrid Schween, cello (BCMS debut); Randall Hodgkinson, piano


    MIT's Kresge Auditorium

    48 Massachusetts Ave
    Cambridge, MA 02139

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    Admission Info:
    Tickets: $25, general admission. Subscribe to all 3 for $60. Free for full-time students with valid student ID.


    General Day and Time Info:
    4:00-5:30PM Pre-concert forums
    8:00PM concert

    phone: 617.349.0086


    Accessibility Information: Currently, no accessibility information is available for this event.

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