The Bach Consort of Worcester-Bach and Vivaldi Concertos
Assumption College HumanArts, the Archeological Institute of America, and the Assumption College Women’s Studies program present a lecture by Stephanie Lynn Budin. The lecture “War, Love, Victory: From Inanna/Ishtar to Venus Victoria” will begin with a reception in the foyer of the Tsotsis Family Academic Center at 6:30 p.m.
The Assumption College HumanArts series presents The Bach Consort Chamber Trio: Sonatas by J. S. Bach. Peter Sulski, violin; Ariana Falk, cello; and Michelle Graveline, harpsichord will perform three sonatas by J. S. Bach
How did fashionable hotels provide musical entertainment for their salon guests in a pre-radio, mid-19th century world? Enter the European Salon Orchestra (ESO). Often comprised of the soloists from the respective sections of a local full-sized orchestra, these pocket symphonies featured a violin, viola, cello, bass, piano, flute, clarinet, trumpet and percussion, as well as a vocalist.
The Assumption College HumanArts series is pleased to announce an evening of poetry and prose with John Hodgen and his daughter, the novelist Christie Hodgen.
Frédéric Rivoal is an organist and harpsichordist who regularly is invited to give recitals in Europe, the United States, and Japan. He plays with a number of Baroque music ensembles and symphonic orchestras, both as soloist and continuo player.
Assumption College HumanArts series presents The Bach Consort of Worcester. Michelle Graveline, Artistic Director and harpsichordist, returns for a concert featuring the concerti grossi of Arcangelo Corelli and George Frederic Handel. Also featured will be the Viola Concerto in D Major by Carl Philipp Stamitz featuring violist Peter Sulski, who is also string leader for the Consort.
A true champion of the classical guitar, virtuoso Eliot Fisk is recognized internationally for his unparalleled musical artistry and technical wizardry. Mr. Fisk will play a diverse program of solo works by J. S. Bach and others in what promises to be a truly enthralling musical experience for all. Biography
The Assumption College HumanArts series and the Archaeological Institute of America (AIA) present a lecture by Dr. Lisa Nevett “Beyond Rhetoric: Tracing Women’s Activities in the Cityscape of late Archaic and early Classical Athens”, Tuesday October 24th in the Kennedy Building Alden Trust room 112. There will be a 6:30pm reception followed by the lecture at 7:00pm.