Moravian Music Lunchtime Lecture Series

Lunchtime Lecture Series

Thursday, May 14  Lunchtime Lecture, A Musical Detective Story – 12:15pm at the Archie K. Davis Center. Free.
Who wrote this music? When/where/for what purpose were the parts generated? Is this the original or a copy? Sometimes, the answers are unclear. The Series continues with a lecture by Rev. Dr. Nola Reed Knouse, wherein, she will describe her search for “fingerprints in a sea of smudges.”  Special appearance by flutists, Peter and Lissie Shanahan.

The Moravian Music Foundation preserves, celebrates, and cultivates the musical life of the Moravians. Click here to explore the significance of “Moravian Music” and learn about MMF’s mission and work. Click here for Moravian Music 101.


Special Spring Concerts:

Rev. Dr. George L. Lloyd Memorial Concert
Sunday, May 17, 2015, 3:30 p.m.
First Moravian, New York, NY
A Concert of Moravian and non-Moravian Music by the First Moravian Choir, Elaine Comparone, director, organist & pianist; and featuring Busisiwe Zamisa, soprano
Works by Bach, Boyce, and Frescobaldi, for organ.
Solo vocal pieces by Barber, Rorem, Still, and Schumann.
Choral works Herbst, Peter, Gambold, Knouse, Starer, and more!
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The concert is free; donations will be accepted, and are encouraged, to support the Dr. George L. Lloyd Memorial Concert Fund.

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