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Lecture by Mark DeVoto, "Debussy's absolute pitch and choice of keys"
The Music Department presents a lecture by Mark DeVoto, Professor of Music emeritus at Tufts University, who taught at Reed from 1964 to 1968. His book, Debussy and the Veil of Tonality: Essays on His Music, was published in 2004.
Reed College Orchestra Fall Concert
The Reed College Orchestra, directed by David Schiff, will present its fall concert, "The 18th Century, Real and Imagined" on Thursday November 21 at 8pm in Kaul Auditorium. The program will include music by Mozart, C.P.E. Bach, Dittersdorf, Fauré and Ives and will feature soloist Andrew Wilhite ('14) and assistant conductor Roger Wallace ('14).
Friday at Four: Reed Jazz Ensembles
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Enjoy a full range of jazz music performed by Reed students.
Britten and the British: music for the holiday season
The featured work, celebrating the centenary of the composer's birth, will be Benjamin Britten's A Ceremony of Carols, sung by the Reed Chorus and conducted by Virginia Hancock, with Denise Fujikawa, harp. The Collegium Musicum will sing a variety of a cappella works ranging from medieval carols through music by William Byrd to twentieth-century pieces by Howells, Holst, and Joubert.
Event schedule coming soon.