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7.27.17 IBIL Presents: I Virtuosi della Pietà

Edward M. Pickman Concert Hall, 8:00 pm

The International Baroque Institute at Longy presents:

 I Virtuosi della Pietà

An evening of virtuoso solo and chamber music by IBIL students and guest artists.

7.28.17 IBIL Presents: L'estro armonico

Edward M. Pickman Concert Hall, 8:00 pm

The International Baroque Institute at Longy presents:

L'estro armonico

An evening of virtuoso solo and chamber music by IBIL faculty and guest artists.

7.29.17 IBIL Presents: La Bella Venezia

Edward M. Pickman Concert Hall, 7:00 pm

The International Baroque Institute at Longy presents: 

La Bella Venezia

A grand finale concert featuring students and faculty of the International Baroque Institute. This exciting evening will include food and drinks, dance, vocal and instrumental intermezzi, orchestra and more.

8.9.17 Longy’s El Sistema Summer Academy Concert at Longfellow House

Longfellow House - Washington's Headquarters National Historic Site, 6:30 pm

See Longy’s El Sistema Summer Academy in an open-air concert at Longfellow House - Washington's Headquarters. Join us for an evening of music by talented young musicians and their Longy student mentors. This concert is free and open to the public.

8.10.17 Longy’s El Sistema Summer Academy Concert in Winthrop Square

Winthrop Park, Harvard Square, 1:30 pm

Join Longy’s El Sistema Summer Academy for an open-air concert in the bustling Winthrop Square. Last year’s concert featured an instrument petting zoo and free Ben & Jerry’s ice cream, so be sure to stop by to see what we have in store this year!

8.11.17 Longy’s El Sistema Summer Academy Final Concert

Edward M. Pickman Concert Hall, 2:00 pm

Come see all that our talented young musicians have accomplished this summer in their culminating concert at Longy.

10.13.17 Gessner-Schocken Concert Series: Christopher Taylor

Edward M. Pickman Concert Hall, 8:00 pm

"Those who know the pianist Christopher Taylor tend to speak of him in the hushed, reverent tones typically reserved for natural wonders if not the otherworldly. Colleagues trip over words like "innocence," "fervor," "beauty" and "vision" in an attempt to capture his elusive personality. Critics praise his virtuosity, his cerebral interpretations tempered by an aching tenderness, his unconventional programming and his advocacy of late-20th-century music." So goes the opening of the recent New York Times preview article about this remarkable young American pianist, an artist pursuing a varied and truly acclaimed career.

 

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