Claire Chase, a flute soloist, artistic collaborator, and art entrepreneur will be the moderator for “The Creative Pulse: A Conversation with Philip Glass” on October 15, 2013 at the Graduate Center’s Elebash Recital Hall. Chase will perform one of Glass’ works for flute and continue the musical discussion by leading an audience question-and-answer session.Read More
July 19, 2013: The inaugural lecture “The Challenges of Modernist Music” delivered by the late Charles Rosen is now available in streaming video,...Read More
July 19, 2013: Paul Griffiths’ lecture and discussion “We Are What We Hear” is now ready to view. The entire lecture, musical interlude, and discussion with Jeff Milarsky is available through streaming video...Read More
Tuesday, October 15, 2013
Composer Philip Glass discusses his music and how the process of artistic collaboration with exceptionally creative minds (including Robert Wilson, Allen Ginsberg, Ravi Shankar, and Godfrey Reggio, among many others), has shaped his musical output. Their artistic partnerships have undoubtedly had an impact on New York cultural landscape and, in the process, have contributed noticeably to the creative economy of the city.
May 3, 2013
The featured speaker for the Music in 21st-Century Society, 2013 Lloyd Old and Constance Old Lecture has recently published several articles to the New York Times and Los Angeles Times. Additionally, the composer Rebecca Saunder, whose piece “Song” was chosen for the 2013 lecture, was featured in the New Yorker.