High Culture and Low Inns

Travelers on their grand tour record many magnificent sights and sounds, but it is the hazards and the serendipities of the road that set accounts apart from one another. Lecture by Sarah Iovan

High Culture and Low Inns

Travelers on their grand tour record many magnificent sights and sounds, and so many accounts pull from literary models provided by romances—tales of love and adventure—to frame their stories and the music that accompany them.

The Grand Tour exhibition

Mills Music Library has collaborated with Special Collections on a display in Memorial Library’s lobby of holdings related to MEMF’s The Grand Tour theme.

Aperi Animam

Aperi Animam presents “Libera nos: Music on Tribulation & Salvation,” a concert of Renaissance choral music on the Israelites’ exile to Babylon.

Bach Around The Clock

This annual festival brings the community together to celebrate the music of J.S. Bach in a marathon concert that is free and open to the public. Performers include faculty from the School of Music, professionals from the Madison Symphony, the period-instrument ensemble Sonata à Quattro, the Wisconsin Chamber Choir, the Suzuki Strings of Madison, talented adult amateurs, and beginning piano students.

Bach Around The Clock: A Preview Concert

As part of Sunday Afternoon Live at the Chazen, the Chazen Museum of Art presents a one-hour preview concert of Bach Around The Clock, featuring faculty from the School of Music, professionals from the Madison Symphony, the Suzuki Strings of Madison, and Madison’s newest period-instrument ensemble, Sonata à Quattro. On the program: Brandenburg Concerto No. 3, Bach Harpsichord Concerto in D Minor, and Bach selections from Suzuki Books 1-3.