Hear Fausto Miro, M.M. ’17, Vocal Performance, describe his journey as a Longy student and his experience with our world-class faculty and professional partners.
Summer Programs at Longy
UPCOMING FEATURED EVENTS
DEVIENNE – Quartet in G minor, Op. 73, no. 3
MESSAIEN – Interstellar Call
ZIPORYN – Project for a Revolution in New York – Boston premiere
Plus a world premiere of Chatter by Longy student Max Kliegle, winner of this year's Pappalardo Composition Competition
with composer and clarinetist Evan Ziporyn, and filmmaker Christine Southworth
Evan Ziporyn’s Projet pour une révolution à New York (“Project for a Revolution in New York”) was inspired by Robbe-Grillet’s 1970 novel of the same name, and the result is “a hazy series of moments, themselves drawn from pulp fiction, film noir, and other parts of the collective unconscious.” Hear the Boston premiere, accompanied by new original films by Christine Southworth, with the composer joining the ensemble. Also on the program, the haunting extended horn solo from Olivier Messiaen’s Des canyons aux étoiles… (“From the canyons to the stars…”), commissioned for the US bicentennial. Plus: a quartet for bassoon and strings by the eighteenth-century composer and flutist François Devienne, so prolific he became known as “the French Mozart,” and a world premiere quintet for strings, double reeds, and piano by the winner of the Pappalardo Composition Competition.
A 2017 Commencement Concert with the Longy Conservatory Orchestra and the Horszowski Trio, Artists-in-Residence.
Omne trium perfectum. After a series of three recitals, the culmination of a year of Beethoven piano trios will be our resident trio playing his Triple Concerto, written at the age of 33, with the Longy Conservatory Orchestra conducted by Sean Wang.
Longy recognizes exceptional student performers in this concert featuring our 2017 Honors Competition winners.
Milos Bjelica and Paulius Pancekauskas
Yini Hao, Milos Bjelica, and Liubomyr Senyshyn
Khachaturian, Trio for Clarinet, Violin, and Piano
Kalden Alexander, Juan Camilo Gonzalez, and Josephina Kim
Früling, Trio in A minor