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GC Professor Sylvia Kahan Publishes Chapter in Book!

GC Professor Sylvia Kahan (DMA, ’93) is happy to announce the publication of a book chapter,  “Gabriel Fauré’s ‘Other’ Career in the Paris and London Music Salons,” in the newly-released Fauré Studies (Cambridge University Press). https://www.cambridge.org/core/books/faure-studies/CBA3E1F25CB100F5947A80290F872FC7

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GC Student Fifi Zhang Performs D.M.A. Recital–Stream Online!

On Friday, May 21st at 1:00pm EST, second-year DMA pianist Fifi Zhang will present a solo recital of American, German, and Russian composers, livestreamed from Elebash Hall. The program begins with the blistering Caténaires by Elliott Carter followed by four hauntingly ethereal preludes by Ruth Crawford Seeger. It also includes Johannes Brahms’ six beloved Op. […]

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The Graduate Center Presents Copland House- UNDERSCORED: November 19, 1828 By John Harbison

On Monday, March 22nd, Music from Copland House time-travels across the centuries when it features Pulitzer prize-winning composer John Harbison’s provocative quartet for piano and strings entitled November 19, 1828, the day the beloved 19th-century master Franz Schubert passed away. This eerie, ethereal “musical hallucination” invokes moments in the Viennese composer’s life, his passage into […]

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The Graduate Center Presents – Music from Copland House UNDERSCORED: Jalbert Crossings

The Graduate Center presents Music from Copland House, UNDERSCORED: Jalbert Crossings. Join us for the virtual event on Monday, January 25, 2021 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM EST. Free; RSVP required. Please register here to receive Zoom invitation details and reminders via email. About this Event “Wonderful music, warm performances, full of humanity and empathy, confident and transparent.” – New […]

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GC Professor Mark Spicer awarded SMT’s Outstanding Publication Award

Congratulations to GC Professor Mark Spicer, who has been awarded this year’s Outstanding Publication Award by the Society for Music Theory! The recipient of this year’s Outstanding Publication Award examines the harmonies of pop and rock music. Through a plethora of meticulous transcriptions and analyses, the article outlines the ways in which chord inversions, repeating […]

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Coming to the GC on December 2nd: The Leonard Bernstein Marathon

The Graduate Center Music Program is pleased to share that on December 2nd, 2017, the GC will be hosting a Leonard Bernstein Marathon in the Elebash Recital Hall! This event will be a monumental eight-hour concert featuring performances of Leonard Bernstein’s most beloved works and some hidden gems. World premieres of new works by contemporary […]

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Prof. David Grubbs to Perform at MoMA PS1

The Graduate Center Music Program is pleased to share that new faculty member Prof. David Grubbs will be performing at MoMA PS1 in “1+2+3: Solos, Duos, and Trios for Greater New York” on November 15th, 2015, from 1:30pm – 6pm. The performance is part of the landmark “Greater New York” exhibition, and Prof. Grubbs (guitar) […]

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