Violinist Risa Browder, harpsichordist Jinsun Cho and GU students perform music from the Society of Jesus from 18th-century Naples and Georgetown University. Presented in collaboration with Lauinger Library Special Collections, this concert features a presentation on the new book "Music as Cultural Mission: Explorations of Jesuit Practices in Italy and North America." Part of Georgetown University's Friday Music Series. At the McNeir Hall.
The singers perform an Advent-themed chamber choral concert led by Music Director Professor Frederick Binkholder and accompanied by organist Jinsun Cho and Modern Musick, the university's Ensemble-in-Residence. At the Dahlgren Chapel of the Sacred Heart.
Georgetown's pre-professional repertory dance ensemble led by Kimberly Parmer and Bridget Mullen presents professional and student choreography, ranging from classical ballet, contemporary to high-energy hip hop works. At the Walsh Black Box Theatre.
Led by Music Director Frederick Binkholder and accompanied by organist Jinsun Cho, the choir performs works from late 19th-century Vienna and early 20th-century England, including "Rejoice in the Lamb" by Britten. At the Dahlgren Chapel of the Sacred Heart.
Conducted by PostClassical Ensemble's Music Director, Professor Angel Gil-Ordonez, the GU Orchestra plays Mahler's "Kindertotenlieder" with bartione Christopheren Nomura and Mahler's Symphony No. 4. Presented in collaboration with PostClassical Ensemble's 2014- 15 Mahler Festival. At the Gaston Hall.
With direction from Professor Lura Johnson and coaching from
=Professor Netanel Draiblate, students in the Chamber Music Ensemble Program perform their fall concert. At the Davis Performing Arts Center.
The Georgetown University Concert Choir and Music Director Professor Frederick Binkholder and joined by the Georgetown University Orchestra and Music Director Angel Gil-Ordonez for a performance of Handel's "Messiah.". At the Davis Performing Arts Center.
Ballet Folklorico Mexicano de Georgetown performs its annual winter showcase reflecting a nine-day festive anticipation of Christmas in Mexican culture, beginning with caroling in the quadrangle outside Dahlgren Chapel before proceeding into Gaston Hall for a program of traditional dances from four Mexican states. At the Gaston Hall.
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