February 21 and 22
American Symphony Orchestra
Under music director Leon Botstein, the American Symphony Orchestra continues in February 2014. Featuring violinist Dongfang Ouyang '14, the program includes Joan Tower's Stroke, Erkki Melartin's Concerto in D Minor for Violin and Orchestra, Op. 60, and Robert Schumann's Symphony No. 2.
Dennis Diamond, Marcus Pocus, and Daryl Hannah invite you to a place of secrets, of mystery. The place between the back of your mind and the tip of your tongue. Let’s pretend it’s a room—a real room. And you’re really here, in the Elephant Room. Oh, and by the way—your mind was just totally blown clean through the back of your head.
Conservatory Sundays: Conservatory Orchestra
Featuring guest conductor and pianist Jeffrey Kahane and violinist Sabrina Tabby '14, the program includes works by Chausson, Beethoven, and Brahms.
An Evening with Anna Deavere Smith
Widely acclaimed as one of the most provocative writers and performers of our time, Anna Deavere Smith is as celebrated for her investigative “documentary style” theater (Fires in the Mirror, Twilight: Los Angeles 1992) as for her starring roles on The West Wing and Nurse Jackie. Join her for an intimate evening in which she shares portraits of real people she has embodied over the past two decades.