Music Department

Performances & Events

Upcoming Event

Piano Extravaganza
December 4 at 4:00 PM in Eliot Hall Chapel

This concert features many of our student pianists: Vivia Chi,  Ian Nichols, Alex Pan, and Sam Ramirez.

2014-15 Schedule

Fall

Oct 3

Friday at Four
4:00 PM in Eliot Chapel

Recipients of the 2014 Rothchild Summer Stipend for Music Study, perform.  Reed Elkinton, piano, will perform music of Debussy, de Falla and Ravel. Rosie Sokolov, flute, will perform her own compositions and music of Takemitsu, John Savage, and Varese.
Oct 30
Cancelled

Friday at Four (on Thursday!)
4:00 PM in Eliot Hall Chapel

Nov 7

Friday at Four
4:15 PM in Performing Arts Building Atrium

Reed students Rachel Apone, Max Boddy, violin; Isobel Reed, Henry DeMarais, viola; Chris Orita, cello perform Mozart's Quintet in G minor.  Ruben de la Huerga, Makoto Kelp, Gustavo Lopez, and Sarah Pearlman perform a trombone quartet.  Peter House, clarinet, performs solo clarinet works. Kenji Arai, marimba, performs Wind Sketches by Keiko Abe. Ace Furman, marimba, performs Etude No. 7 by Paul Smadbeck. Members of the Reed College orchestra perform In C by Terry Riley.
Nov 14

Friday at Four
4:00 PM in Performing Arts Building 320 Music Rehearsal Hall

Featuring the jazz ensembles.
Nov 20

Reed College Orchestra
8:00 PM in Kaul Auditorium

"Celebrating the Creative Genius of Joseph Haydn"

The fall orchestra concert program, led by conductor David Schiff, includes Haydn's Symphony #44 in e minor, String Quartet op. 33 #3 in C Major "The Bird", and Symphony #99 in E flat Major.

Nov 21

Friday at Four
4:00 PM in Eliot Hall chapel

Solos and chamber music ensembles.
Dec 4

Piano Extravaganza
4:00 PM in Eliot Hall Chapel

This concert features many of our student pianists: Vivia Chi,  Ian Nichols, Alex Pan, and Sam Ramirez.

Spring

Feb 25

Paul Roberts, piano
7:30 PM in Kaul Auditoruim

International pianist, writer and master class clinician, Paul Roberts, presents works of Debussy, Ravel and Mompou. It has been said of Catalan Composer Federico Mompou (1893-1987) that 'small is beautiful, smaller more beautiful, and smallest most beautiful.' In this presentaion Paul Roberts introduces and performs a selection of Mompou's poignant miniatures alongside celebrated piano works of his (and Mompou's) favored Debussy and Ravel. The program will include Ravel's Pavane, Debussy's Preludes and Etudes, and Mompou's Musica Callada, Impresiones Intimas, and Canciones y danzas.
Feb 27

Master Class with Paul Roberts
4:00 PM in Performing Arts Building, Music Rehearsal Hall 320