Enjoy coffee or breakfast while listening to some impromptu tunes at this weekly Saturday morning gathering.
A Fantasy Experience of Music for Cello and Piano: Works by Schubert and Rachmaninoff —Tony Lu and Nat Parke continue their collaboration and present their arrangements of various famous works originally written for other instruments.
Competition between 12 finalists, presented by the Berkshire Eagle.
Mahler’s Des Antonius von Padua Fischpredight, Schubert’s Shepherd on the Rock and Arpeggione Sonata, Zleminsky Trio performed by Margaret Felice, soprano; catherine Hudgins, clarinet; William Rounds, cello; Sayuri Miyamoto, piano.
A concert at the with Carolyn Chen: Relationships with Gravity (2014) ; George Lewis: Anthem for flute, tenor sax, percussion, violin; Ileana Perez Velazquez: Lega celu yen di splendor (2011) for flute, clarinet, bassoon, harp …
A late-night free concert: Performances of John Coltrane’s Peace on Earth, Aaron Copland’s Sextet Movement 1 and Jurg Frey’s Unhörbare Zeit.
Kate Soper — composer, vocalist and Pulitzer Prize finalist — presents a concert talk and performance of Here Be Sirens with Fresh Squeezed Opera, Soper’s “opera/theatre work that blends music, noise, screwball comedy, and Aristotelian tragedy …”
This program, in the dead of night, mixes works by young composers, Williams alums and some of today’s foremost composers. The music celebrates the spirit of inspiration and the objects, places, and people from which we draw it.
As part of Williams College’s annual celebration of contemporary music — a free festival of adventurous new music from around the globe — the Clark will host two concerts.
Annual summer concert series that is free and open the public.
Symphony on the lawn, with crystal and silver picnics.
An intimate setting for acoustic music.
Summer concert series lakeside in North Adams.