The Williams College Department of Music presents graduating seniors from the Class of 2018 in a concert performed on their last full undergraduate day. This free event is open to the public. Doors will open at 10 a.m. for this very popular event. This hour long morning of music represents all ranges of music including classical and jazz and is the final concert of the season.
Students from the studio of Robert Phelps give a concert of jazz and blues including classic tunes and original improvisation.
Chamber groups under the guidance of Ah Ling Neu and Stephen Walt perform in their final concert of the semester.
Students in the studio of Erin Nafziger present a program of works from the classical repertoire.
The talented studio of Nathaniel Parke presents classics for the cello.
Chris Hough Deane ’19 offers a late afternoon concert of music for clarinet.
Soprano Erin Kennedy ’19 presents Aaron Copland’s settings of Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson in addition to selections by Franz Schubert and Leonard Bernstein. Erin Kennedy is a music major from St. Paul, Minnesota. She currently studies with Erin Nafziger and sings in the Williams Concert and Chamber Choirs. Recently, she appeared in the
Talented piano students of Doris Stevenson present a concert of classical works.
Students in chamber music workshop class MUS 291 with Ronald Feldman, Ah Ling Neu, and Muneko Otani offer a class performance: Turina piano quartet op. 67; Beethoven string quartet op. 95; Schumann piano quartet op. 47.
Abigail Soloway ‘18 began playing violin at age four and has been a lover of music ever since. At Williams, she has studied violin under Ms. Muneko Otani and Ms. Joana Genova and is a double major in music and psychology. In high school, she studied violin at Mannes College for Music Preparatory Program in New York
Seniors Angela Yeo, soprano and Tiffany Sun, mezzo-soprano offer a joint recital of classical vocal works.
Soprano Christine Pash ’18 offers a concert of works for classical voice. Christine Pash is a senior and a music major who studies voice with Erin Nafziger. At Williams College, you may have seen her in the 2016-2018 Opera Workshops, the 2017 and 2018 I/O Festivals, the Concert and Chamber Choirs, and Theatre Department productions. Most recently she
The Williams College Department of Music presents a concert with the Williams College Wind Ensemble in Chapin Hall on Friday, May 11 at 8 p.m. This free event is open to the public.
In this concert, titled ‘In Evening’s Stillness…’ the Wind Ensemble presents music by Schwantner, Stucky, Alarcon, and more, featuring Ronald Feldman, cello and Anna DeLoi ’18, harp.
Jack Ferguson ’18, bass gives his senior recital. He is a student of Avery Sharpe. He is joined by Will Doyle ‘19, trombone; Josh Greenzeig ‘20, drums; Avery Sharpe, bass; Kris Allen, alto saxophone; Tendai Muparutsa, djembe.
Bassists studying with Avery Sharpe convene for performances that showcase their mastery of the low frequencies.
The Williams Repertory Jazz Ensemble is devoted to the study and presentation of significant composers and movements in jazz history.
WRJE is directed by Kris Allen.
This evening concert of great classics for solo piano presents students of Elizabeth Wright.
Talented flute students of Jacqueline DeVoe present a concert of classical works.
Bring a friend, bring your lunch, and enjoy our popular midday and midweek concert series. Relaxed and informal, MIDWEEKMUSIC is a chance for everyone to share the music while seated on the Chapin Hall stage.