The Harvard Opera Guild has shown good sense in choosing three short operas for its spring presentation. Not only are
It would be hard to imagine a better program than the one played by the Bach Society Orchestra Sunday night.
Thesis: the Radcliffe Freshman Chorus singing a cappella. Antithesis: several local instrumentalists playing baroque sonatas. Synthesis: the Chorus and a
Last week was enlivened by two rather unusual and entertaining concerts in the Houses. The first was at DunsterHouse on
The step from presenting Gilbert and Sullivan to presenting opera is a difficult and admirable one, and the Student Fellowship
Rameau--Complete Harpsichord Music The curious duality of Rameau consists of the stern formalization of his harmony combined with his quaint
It has been a pleasure to watch the art of Sarah Jane Smith grow over the years. She has always
The Coronation of Poppea The second night of the weekend music festival was given over to Monteverdi's Coronation of Poppea.
During the Second World War a record sold one-and-a-half million copies; the tune was "Let Me Off Uptown;" the singer,
The alternate cast for the Barber of Seville is easily as strong as that of opening night. Dominating the performance
There are few operas more consistently delightful than The Barber of Seville. Fashioned from Beaumarchais' sprightly comedy of aristocratic highjinks,
The usefulness of a medium-sized orchestra was ably demonstrated Sunday night in Paine Hall. Since most Baroque and Classical music
A curious combination of comedies is the new presentation at the Poet's Theater. Eugene Ionesco's The Bald Soprano is almost
The double bill at Kirkland House is a perfect escape for anyone tired of studying. And who isn't? The project
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