Tour of the Chazen Museum paintings that illustrate the Grand Tour, given by Maria Saffiotti Dale, Curator of Paintings, Sculpture, and Decorative Arts, Chazen Museum of Art.
HESPERUS creates the soundtrack for the 1923 silent film The Hunchback of Notre Dame with music from fourteenth and fifteenth century France. Compositions include French and Burgundian music from 1300-1500, featuring Guillaume de Machaut, Jehan l’Escurel, Guillaume Dufay, as well as lesser-known composers such as Vaillant, Morton, and Borlet.
This lecture provides some background on the making of the The Hunchback of Notre Dame, as well as a glimpse of how HESPERUS has chosen and assembled a score of French medieval music to accompany the movie.
The 1923 silent film The Hunchback of Notre Dame features Lon Chaney in one of his most moving and impressive performances. This lecture provides some background on the making of the film, as well as a glimpse of how HESPERUS has chosen and assembled a score of French medieval music to accompany the movie. Lecture by Tina Chancey.
Come celebrate Christmas in July! Free admission, donations accepted at the door. Fringe concert by Schola Cantorum of Eau Claire.
Mills Music Library and Special Collections exhibit for the MEMF 2019 theme, The Grand Tour.
An original ballet masque of French baroque music, dance, and drama written and choreographed by Sarah Edgar, featuring soprano, Carrie Henneman Shaw. The American on the Grand Tour encounters the exotic world of French baroque manners, dress, dance and love.
A look at seventeenth and eighteenth-century performance works that brought the wider world to local audiences through the interaction of narrative, dance, music, costume and décor.
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
Follow the misadventures of an English gentleman as he embarks on a continental Grand Tour adventure in search of love and fulfillment. Our hero’s travelogue includes springtime consort songs by Ferrabosco and Byrd, Widmann’s beguiling German dances dedicated to women, the wooing songs of the Italian gondolieri, and sultry airs espangnol.