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Music by Joseph Joachim, Bach, and Brahms First Church in Boston 66 Marlborough Street, Boston, MA 02116 Public Admission: $25.00 at the door Friday, June 17, 2016, 8:00 p.m. Pre-concert Talk: James Buswell, 7:00 p.m. Program Ouverture to Hamlet, op. 4 (arranged for piano four-hands by Johannes Brahms) Joseph Joachim (1831-1907) Mana Tokuno and Victor Rosenbaum, […]Read Post ›
Therese Ellsworth earned her M.A. in Music History from New York University and Ph.D. from the University of Cincinnati Conservatory of Music for which she wrote a dissertation “The Piano Concerto in London Concert Life between 1801 and 1850”. Her publications include The Piano in Nineteenth-Century British Culture (2007) co-edited with Susan Wollenberg, and chapters in Musicians of Bath and […]Read Post ›
E. Douglas Bomberger has devoted his career to transatlantic musical relations between the United States and Germany in the late nineteenth century. He earned his Ph.D. in historical musicology at the University of Maryland-College Park. His dissertation research on nineteenth-century American music students in German conservatories was conducted during a year in Germany under the […]Read Post ›
Heather Platt, Professor of Music History at Ball State University, is the author of, Johannes Brahms A Research and Information Guide, and co-editor, with Peter H. Smith of Expressive Intersections in Brahms. Platt’s articles on Brahms’s lieder have appeared in such publications as Brahms in the Home and the Concert Hall, The Cambridge Companion to […]Read Post ›
Walter Kreyszig is professor of musicology at the University of Saskatchewan (Saskatoon, Canada) where he teaches musicology, history of theory, performance practise, paleography, organology, and bibliography, at both undergraduate and graduate levels. A Fellow of the American Biographical Institute (Raleigh, North Carolina), a deputy director general of the International Biographical Institute (Cambridge, United Kingdom), a […]Read Post ›
Robert Riggs, professor of music and chair of the music department at the University of Mississippi, teaches music history, violin, and viola. A member of the faculty since 1987, he has also taught at the University of Utah and the New England Conservatory of Music. He studied violin at the University of New Mexico (with David […]Read Post ›