Music Events

Currently, all of Corcoran's artist events, exhibitions and main stage productions across music, theatre and dance will be held virtually.
Please rsvp below to participate virtually in our upcoming season. We hope to see you soon!

We thank our graduating seniors for all of the work that they have put in over the past four years, and we look forward to returning to normal performances with all of our continuing students.

 


At the core of the Music program's educational training are a wide variety of curricular performances. Many of the performances listed on this page are connected with small ensembles or individual performance study, and are free and open to the public.

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For our Mainstage ticketed events, including band, orchestra, and chorus performances, please visit the Mainstage page.

For NEXT Music Capstone Recitals, please visit the NEXT Exhibition page.


 

 

Fall 2020 Performance Season

 

Corcoran Scholars’ Fridays @ Five

Please join us as we start to build community in our online world. Check out what your peers have been up to and what’s in store for Music this Fall semester.

Fridays @ Five will continue every two weeks for the rest of the semester, so please plan to attend and perform. We will have fun and celebrate all the music we study and perform. Everyone is welcome!

 

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Schedule for Fall 2020
October 2, 16, 30; November 13; December 4, 11
5 p.m. Eastern

 


Corcoran Music Festival

Wednesday, November 11, 2020
7 p.m. Eastern

This event is free and open to the public. Please RSVP and you receive the link closer to the date.

Moderator: Professor Ning Yu

Alison Crockett: Music Video –You’re Everything by Chick Corea from her new CD Obrigada.

Douglas Boyce: Thak's Mammoth Anecdote (Premiere) Jeremy Koch, alto saxophone and Molly Orlando, piano.

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Tuesday, November 17, 2020
7 p.m. Eastern

This event is free and open to the public. Please RSVP and you receive the link closer to the date.

Moderator: Loren Kajikawa

A.D. Carson: i used to love to dream, featuring Vintage and Truth

This virtual roundtable features recited performance, audio excerpts, and conversation about A.D. Carson’s most recent project, i used to love to dream, a mixtap/e/ssay that performs hip-hop scholarship using sampled and live instrumentation; repurposed music, film, and news clips; and original rap lyrics.

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Thursday, November 19, 2020
7 p.m. Eastern

This event is free and open to the public. Please RSVP and you receive the link closer to the date.

Moderator: Douglas Boyce

Heather Stebbins: Riven, recorded performance by loadbangand string orchestra

Ning Yu: Rates of Extinction (2016) by Wang Lu

Millicent Scarlett:two selections from 19: The Musical.

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Contact

If you have any questions email [email protected].