Upcoming Events


E.g., 02/23/2018
E.g., 02/23/2018
Feathers of Fire
Date
Mar 14
Venue
Mar 14
Feathers of Fire tells the magical tale of starcrossed lovers Zaul and Rudabeh from the 10th-century Persian epic Shahnameh (The Book of Kings). This all-ages adventure updates the classic shadow play traditions of Asia and the...
Atar Arad playing violin
Date
Mar 27
Venue
Mar 27
Professor of Viola at the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University, violist Atar Arad leads a master class with students of his former student, Melia Watras.
Watras and Arad playing violin duet
Date
Mar 28
Venue
Mar 28
UW viola professor Melia Watras welcomes internationally renowned artist Atar Arad, her former teacher and fellow violist/composer, for a concert that centers on compositions by the two colleagues. Atar Arad is Professor of Viola...
Paul Roberts sitting at piano
Date
Apr 02
Venue
Apr 02
Paul Roberts is internationally renowned for piano performance, scholarship, and pedagogy. His April 2 lecture-recital, “In the Mind's Eye: The Piano Music of Claude Debussy,” honors the 100th anniversary of the composer’s passing.  He...
Paul Roberts sitting at piano
Date
Apr 03
Venue
Apr 03
Pianist Paul Roberts of the Guildhall School of Music & Drama in London leads a master class with UW piano students. 
Simon Trpčeski
Date
Apr 05
Venue
Apr 05
A favorite in concert halls around the globe, Macedonian pianist Simon Trpčeski is the consummate performer, infusing his performances with equal measures of glittering technique and thoughtful introspection. From the intimate world of Mendelssohn’s Songs...
Diego El Cigala
Date
Apr 07
Venue
Apr 07
Three-time Grammy winner Diego El Cigala has been called “one of the most beautiful flamenco voices of our time,” by legendary guitarist Paco de Lucia. With a sound described as “natural, inspired [and] drop...
Kathleen Battle
Date
Apr 14
Venue
Apr 14
Soprano Kathleen Battle’s luminous voice has been called “…without qualifi cation, one of the very few most beautiful in the world” (The Washington Post). Yet what distinguishes her most is her almost magical ability...
Pipe organ
Apr 15
Michael Unger of the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music performs a recital on the UW’s famed Litttlefield Organ.
Michale Partington sitting with guitar
Date
Apr 16
Venue
Apr 16
UW faculty guitarist Michael Partington  joins with duo partner Marc Teicholz of the San Francisco Conservatory for an evening of music composed or arranged for two guitars, including music by  Joseph Haydn, Mauro Giuliani,...
Sheppard
Date
Apr 16
Venue
Apr 16

Faculty colleagues Craig Sheppard, piano, and Sæunn Thorsteinsdóttir, cello, perform the Beethoven Cello Sonatas--Opus 5 #1 in F Major and Opus 102 #2 in D Major--and Rachmaninoff’s Cello Sonata Opus 19.

UW Symphony and Combined University Choirs
Date
Apr 20
Venue
Apr 20
David Alexander Rahbee conducts members of the UW Symphony in a program of works by Britten, Wagner, and Wolf. With UW Strings Professor Melia Watras, viola.
 
Britten: Lachrymae
(Melia Watras, viola)...
Zhenni Li poses in front of urban waterscape
Date
Apr 24
Venue
Apr 24
Hailed by The Philadelphia Inquirer for her “...big, gorgeous tone and a mesmerizing touch” and by the Concours Clara Haskil for her “sensitivity, finesse of touch and musical intelligence,” pianist Zhenni Li of the...
Calidore
Date
Apr 24
Venue
Apr 24
Currently in residence with the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, the Calidore String Quartet is quickly becoming the most decorated young quartet on the world’s stage — including earning the 2016 M-Prize, the...
Zhenni Li poses in front of urban waterscape
Date
Apr 25
Venue
Apr 25

Hailed by The Philadelphia Inquirer for her “...big, gorgeous tone and a mesmerizing touch” and by the Concours Clara Haskil for her “sensitivity, finesse of touch and musical intelligence,” pianist Zhenni Li of the...

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