Music Mondays, in its 15th season, presents three performances in King Chapel, the centerpiece of the historic Cornell College campus. Each concert begins at 7:30 p.m. General admission for each concert is $10 ($5 for students) at the door. No advance ticket sales, no reserved seating. Admission is free to Cornell students, faculty, staff, emeriti faculty, and retired staff, and to Purple Pass holders.
NOTE: Work is beginning in the fall to add an elevator to King Chapel. Until that work is complete, the building will not be wheelchair accessible.
Monday, Nov. 19: Flanders Recorder Quartet
This Belgian group has thrilled listeners on five continents with dazzling interplay and fluent, agile performances. Their concert will showcase works by Vivaldi, Ciconia, and Ashton, among others. Please note that due to a quartet member’s injury, the concert will be performed by a trio.
Monday, Jan. 28, 2013: Tapestry
A favorite of Music Mondays audiences, the Boston-based female vocal ensemble returns to perform a program including the world premiere of a work by James Falzone featuring the Cornell College Chamber Singers and clarinetist Joe Dieker, Cornell’s Academic Dean.
Monday, April 15, 2013: Diotima String Quartet
This young French quartet plays a repertoire ranging from Haydn to composers of our time. The New York Times wrote that the quartet “… plays with the energy and passion of a newly minted ensemble … driven and dazzling … haunting.”
View our archives for a full listing of previous Music Monday performances.