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The Davison Concert

Last night's tribute to Professor Archibald. "Doc" Davison convincingly demonstrated his enormous contribution to all branches of choral music. The

John and Lillian Fuchs

The paucity of compositions for violin and viola is not difficult to explain. The timbres of the two instruments make

Adams House Music Society

Seven art songs, a concerto, two symphonies, and an opera, all on the same program: this was the offering of

Annette Colish

What started out as a routine recital by violinist Annette Colish Sunday night soon developed into an extraordinary display of


A Charivari, according to the Shorter Oxford Dictionary, is "a crude music made in derision of incongruous marriages." Composer-librettist-conductor Peter

Festival of Harvard Composers and Harvard-Radcliffe Orch.

Sunday night, the second annual Festival of Harvard Composers presented six works in a variety of forms and styles. I

Rosamond Drooker

Rosamond Drooker is one of those rare pianists who can completely immerse herself in everything she plays. Her music affects

Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestra

The concert by the Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestra last Sunday was a welcome change. For the first time, conductor Russell Stanger chose

John Davison

John Davison, in the dual role of pianist and composer, gave a recital of rather unfamiliar music in Adams House