This Saturday, the Bach Society Orchestra will have its fourth performance of the school year. The concert will feature three pieces: Salieri’s “La Tempest di Mare,” Bach’s Orchestral Suite No. 3 in D Major, and Vivaldi’s “The Four Seasons” with violin soloist Keir D. GoGwilt ‘13.
The Emerging Choreographers Showing will exhibit the work of ten student choreographers this Thursday and Friday in the Harvard Dance Center. Irineo C. Cabreros '13, Hazel A. Lever ‘13, and The Lone Window Project, a group of eight students, have been selected as the spring 2013 choreographers.
“To give support to victims—it is not only to give them a house or write down laws,” Escobar Jaramillo says. “But we also have to think about symbolic acts—metaphor, art, culture, education as means of expressions to get to the heart of the victims, to heal wounds.”
This Sunday, the Back Bay Chorale will be giving a whirlwind performance that includes the works of Mozart, Seamus Heaney, and rising composer Mohammed Fairouz. They will be performing Mozart's Requiem in D with Fairouz's "Anything Can Happen," a choral work inspired by Heaney's poetry.