Posts tagged baroque
Posts tagged baroque
This Benefit Concert, put on my Prof Michael Lynn to thank the Cleveland Clinic for saving his life, has passed, but check out the interview we did with him just days before the concert!
Interview and photos by Will Roane ‘12.
Get your tickets to Prof Michael Lynn’s benefit concert for the Cleveland Clinic right here! The concert is at 8 pm on Saturday night at the Cleveland Museum of Art.
Here’s a vintage photo of Michael Lynn, Professor of Recorder and Baroque Flute. Lynn will lead a benefit concert for the Cleveland Clinic’s Liver Transplant program on Saturday May 11. The concert will feature Oberlin faculty, alumni, and students, as well as Cleveland’s premier baroque ensemble, Apollo’s Fire!
Our beloved professor and friend received a successful transplant late last year, and we are thrilled to have him back.
Read more about the concert here!
Look! It’s Steven Plank, director of Collegium Musicum!
Wondering what Collegium Musicum is? They’re performing tomorrow night and Saturday night!
This featurette (Part 2 of 2) finds cellist Jaap ter Linden and Prof. David Breitman (fortepiano) taking a moment out of rehearsal for their Feb. 16 concert — “Beethoven’s Works: Woven Though the Past & Present” — to explain what made this special concert so unique.
This featurette (Part 1 of 2) finds Prof. David Breitman (fortepiano) and cellist Jaap ter Linden taking a moment out of rehearsal for their Feb. 16 concert — “Beethoven’s Works: Woven Though the Past & Present” — to explain what made this special concert so unique.
Oberlin in NYC: Oberlin College Choir and Oberlin Baroque perform at Brick Church on the afternoon of January 19.
All photos by Michael Lynn.
Oberlin in NYC: Oberlin Baroque prepares to perform at Brick Church. All photos by Will Roane.
la marche des scythes — joseph-nicolas-pancrace royer (1705-1755)
admittedly too fast but damn his fingers move
also i am learning to play this so
Skip Sempé graduated from Oberlin in 1980! Wonder when this video is from. Amazing! Truly, truly amazing!
Part III of V. In which Peter Schickele discusses how P.D.Q. Bach, the act that put him on the map back in 1965, factors into his life and music today.
This interview is a part of Peter Schickele Weekend, a celebration and exploration of the process of recording a legendary composer’s work at Oberlin Conservatory, in state-of-the-art Clonick Recording Studio in the Kohl Building.