Concerts from the Library of Congress, 2014-2015: Beyond Labels

2015 LECTURES

January 27 at 12 PM - Whittall Pavilion

Petersburg Empire: The Stage

Walter Zvonchenko (Library of Congress)

February 24 at 12 PM - Whittall Pavilion

Chameleon as Composer: The Colorful Life and Works of Lukas Foss

Christopher Hartten (Library of Congress)

March 17 at 12 PM - Whittall Pavilion

Geraldine Farrar, American Diva

Sharon McKinley (Retired, Library of Congress)

April 7 at 12 PM- Coolidge Auditorium

Liszt's "Historical Hungarian Portraits"

David H. Plylar, Ph.D (Library of Congress)

May 19 at 12 PM - Whittall Pavilion

Breakin’ Around the Bloc: Hip-Hop in East Germany during the Cold War

Leonard Schmieding, Ph.D, DAAD Visiting Researcher, BMW Center for German and European Studies, Georgetown University

Presented in association with the European Month of Culture and German Historical Institute

2014 LECTURES

October 14 at 12 PM – Mumford Room (Madison Building)

“American Ballet Theatre: 75 Years Touring the Globe”

Victoria Phillips, Columbia University

October 21 at 12 PM - Whittall Pavilion

"I Bet You Didn't Know We Had This..."

Mark Eden Horowitz, Library of Congress

November 4 at 12 PM - Coolidge Auditorium

The Audacity of Hopekirk: Cultural Identity in the Songs of Helen Hopekirk

James Wintle, Library of Congress

December 2 at 12 PM - Coolidge Auditorium

Irving Fine and the American Woodwind Quintet

Nicholas Alexander Brown (Library of Congress) with “The President’s Own” United States Marine Band Woodwind Quintet
Part of the Irving Fine Centennial