Live In-Person Events Canceled through the Spring 2020 Semester
While we continue to advance our students' academic progress, we must do our part to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus: All live, in-person Bryn Mawr College Arts Program events on the Bryn Mawr and Haverford College campuses are canceled through the end of the spring 2020 semester.
Our faculty and students continue to create, learn, and grow together in a remote learning environment. We will share any details on virtual experiences, rescheduled dates for canceled events, and events in future seasons, as soon as details are available.
For more information about Bryn Mawr's response, please visit https://www.brynmawr.edu/healthcenter/coronavirus-information-and-updates.
The PRISM Quartet will present a diverse program that demonstrates the saxophone's remarkable range of expression in classical music.
Latin soul meets classical grace—with the spirit and imagination of Salvador Dalí—in this intimate performance.
Learning to Listen 2018-19
- Vera Quartet
- The Bearded Ladies Cabaret's John Jarboe and Revolution Winds
- Learning to Listen Bus Trip to Philadelphia Orchestra's performance of Beethoven's Eroica
Learning to Listen 2017-18
- The Glory of Venice with The Princeton Singers
- A Very Open Rehearsal of Jean Françaix's Wind Quintet No. 1 with musicians from the Curtis Institute of Music
- Conjuring the Slavic Soul with the Arcadian Trio
Learning to Listen 2016-17
- The Jasper String Quartet in Shostakovich's 110th Birthday Celebration
- What Makes Music Expressive with John Andrew Bailey
- The Brass Project from the Curtis Institute of Music
Learning to Listen 2015-16
- Erik Satie's 150th birthday celebration with Viktor Valkov (piano) and Luosha Fang (violin)
- A Very Open Rehearsal of Beethoven's String Quartet Op. 18 No. 6 in Bb Major with musicians from the Curtis Institute of Music
- Exploring the Sonority of Strings with Christine Lamprea (cello) and Jordan Dodson (guitar)