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    Newly added: April 22 Wind Chamber Ensemble concert! Student musicians are front and center in the days ahead as they present end-of-semester concerts. All are free and open to the public. Plan to spend an evening -- or two -- enjoying these musical artists. (Left: Small Jazz Ensemble)
    Apr 18 2012
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    Students and faculty from several disciplines have collaborated to present a special program marking the centennial of the birth of avant-garde composer John Cage. Newly added: link to an interview with Professor Debra Fernandez. (Left: David Porter plays a 'prepared' piano. Photo by Phil Scalia)
    Apr 5 2012
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    The Isle of Klezbos bills itself as a 'soulful, fun-loving power-house all-women's klezmer sextet.' Band members have been inspired by a kaleidoscopic array of styles, from klezmer to Cajun, funk, reggae, classical, punk, and Latin jazz. Don't miss this free concert at Zankel!
    Feb 19 2012
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    UPDATED 2/9: Read Times Union classical music critic Joseph Dalton's story for background on the collaborative effort behind the music to be performed at Skidmore on Feb. 10.
    Feb 7 2012
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    A Skidmore grad and currently a member of the College's faculty, Brett Grigsby kicks off the spring-semester performing schedule with a solo recital Sunday, Jan. 29. Admission is free and open to the public.
    Jan 21 2012
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    They've been practicing all semester and are ready to share what they've learned. Student musicians will present a week of concerts starting Dec. 1 to celebrate the end of the semester. Please mark your calendars and plan to attend one or all of these special events. (Photo by Sam Brook '12)
    Nov 27 2011
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    Skidmore's Zankel Music Center continues to earn raves, as does a recording made earlier this year in the building's Helen Filene Ladd Concert Hall.
    Nov 18 2011
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    Moore, whose novel A Gate at the Stairs was the summer reading assignment for the Class of 2015, will visit the campus Nov. 3 for a conversation with Professor Linda Hall, followed by a book signing event. The event is open without charge to the public.
    Oct 28 2011
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    The first orchestra concert of the year will feature of program of works by Brahms, a great romantic composer, according to Music Director Anthony Holland.
    Oct 21 2011
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    For Carey, music has been a constant. Whether listening on campus or in town, making her own music for campus concerts, or studying music as a Fulbright scholar, Carey has always focused on music. Come hear her perform selections from her debut recording, Sept. 12 at Zankel.
    Sep 9 2011