Studio Projects and Festivals
Click on the images for links to the full programs of these selected festivals from the archive, when available. More posters and programs for festivals headed by students in the graduate D. M. A. program are available here.
I ❤️beethoven (2020)
Beethoven’s 250th anniversary celebrated monumentally
Solo and chamber music by two of the most refined Viennese composers of their times: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Anton Webern
Fugitive Resonances (2019)
A festival of the piano in the early 20th century, in a collaboration with the Westfield Center for Historical Keyboards
The resident new music ensemble performs several concerts throughout the academic year. (Pictured above: the 2017-2018 line-up.) Click to see the final program of the season.
Scriabin Weekend (2015)
The complete piano sonatas by one of the great mystics in composition, in the 100th year of his death
Beethoven Piano Concertos (2011)
The entire cycle performed with the Cornell Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Leon Fleisher.
Schoenberg’s Playlist (2011)
“Listening to Vienna in the 20th Century”: A festival at a twilight zone of tonality
Unfinished Symphonies (2008)
Talks given by the eminent writer and music scholar Paul Griffiths. Part of the Messenger Lecture Series
The Stravinsky Project (2004)
Kabuki, Puppets, and Homages to this towering figure of the 20th century