Longy is proud to offer concerts free of charge and open to the public. The donation you make with your ticket reservation helps us provide quality musical performances for the community.
An evening concert harkening back to 1915, the year of Longy's founding, featuring works by Fauré, Debussy, Saint-Saëns, Loeffler, and Georges Longy
Panel discussion: Musical luminaries of Boston in 1915 | 6:30 PM
Compositions marking significant Longy milestones and anniversaries
Popular songs of a century ago performed by Longy's Opera department, followed by Charlie Chaplin's 1915 classic The Tramp with live musical accompaniment by faculty Leo Blanco, piano, Peter Cassino, piano, Jesse Mills, violin, and Charlie Kohlhase, saxophone.
A celebration featuring works inspired by sources of light
Panel discussion: A French school in Boston | 6:30 PM
An afternoon of popular songs and Broadway classics performed by Opera at Longy
Sponsored by Harvard University.
Tickets are not required for this performance.
10.2.15 Faculty Debut Recital: Solomiya Ivakhiv, violin
10.4.15 Faculty Artist Recital: Marco Granados, flute