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In 1944, Broadway Subversion

"Oja, Harvard’s William Powell Mason Professor of Music, chair of the Music Department, and the Leonard Bernstein Scholar-in-Residence with the New York Philharmonic, was in the midst of researching another book on Bernstein’s work when “I realized there was this whole really fascinating racial history” connected with musical’s first production, she said."



The Harvard University Department of Music is devoted to the study and practice of music, and exists to provide a first-rate musical education that gives students advanced skills in music as well as knowledge of music history and repertory. Collaboration, creativity, scholarship and musicianship all figure prominently in the department's mission and practice. [Read MORE]


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2.3-5.15 Vance George residency
2.2.15 at 3 pm: John Eliot Gardiner Lecture, Paine Hall
2.7.15 at 4:30 pm, John Eliot Gardiner, conducting, informal choral concert, Memorial Church
2.8.15 at 8:00 pm, discussion and open rehearsal, John Eliot Gardiner, Robert Levin, HRO, Sanders Theatre

In celebration of Professor Christoph Wolff's distinguished contributions to academic and musical life at Harvard University, his students, friends, and colleagues have established The Christoph Wolff Fund for Music. We are delighted to be welcoming our first distinguished guest, Sir John Eliot Gardiner, through the support of this endowment.  



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