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Operatica

Online MA

The Longy Vocal Studies Department and Longy's Orchestra Flex under the baton of Ryan Turner team up to present beloved arias and duets from the operatic repertoire. Highlights of the...

Noah Preminger’s Lost Senses | Faculty Recital

Online MA

"Am I alone when I admit to feeling paralyzed, with a pit deep in my stomach, when existential anxiety races through my mind? Losing the range of senses which we...

Those Unheard Are Sweeter | Renana Gutman, piano

Online MA

According to Keats, “heard melodies are sweet, but those unheard are sweeter.” Confined to the Polish Ghetto as a child, killed in Auschwitz at 25, escaped to Palestine in 1933:...

Salon Series: Where’s the Love?

Online MA

Join us for a Valentine's Day themed evening of romance, heartbreak, and nostalgia as our talented Longy vocalists sing about love and loss. Grab a drink, grab your loved ones,...

Finding What Is Lost | Neave Trio

Online MA

Music opens a space for exploring what is seen. Come into this space as we search for Eric Nathan's missing words, Glinka's lost love, and perhaps the thrill of finding...

New Music by Longy Composers

Online MA

Join us for an event featuring works by Longy students! Composers include Fraser Andras, Paige Burke, Weijie (Roger) Cai, Junhan Chen, Hannan Du, Emily Roberts, Jiacheng Shen, Benjamin Shparber, Hsiu-Ping...

“Mask”erade: A Mandatory Twist on a Timeless Tale

Online MA

Please note the time change of this event to 7:30 pm. An exploration of the Cinderella Story from Ancient Greece to modern day.  Join us and discover just how many...

Counts and Recounts: Music and Politics

Online MA

Did somebody say, “Sing the Marseillaise?” Political resistance has always had a soundtrack, and whichever way it goes on Tuesday, November 3rd, someone is going to be singing the blues....

Dawn Breaks | A Far Cry

Online MA

Juantino Becenti's string quartet, The Forest at Dawn, is at the heart of this programmatic journey from struggle and discord to hope and promise. The program begins with Shostakovich's austere String...