Colby Symphony Orchestra Jinwook Park, director Colby’s March orchestra program begins with Mozart’s Overture to The Magic Flute. Like Beethoven’s Triple Concerto and Eroica performed earlier in the season, Mozart’s Magic Flute pushes against the limits of classical form and vocabulary as it searches for, but never completely reaches, the freedom of Romanticism that was still a few decades away.…

evening event at Greene Block and Studios view from outside with colorful lights inside

For March’s First Friday, join Lunder Institute Residential Fellow Veronica Perez and their co-organizer Stacey Tran for an evening of art, music and poetry focusing on Black and Brown voices from Maine. Stemming from Perez’s developing sculptural work composed of hair and storytelling, this event invites audiences to consider their own intimate experiences of identity…

Funded in part by the Hazel Hoyt Witherell Memorial Concert Fund. This hour-long set of gorgeous and rarely performed pieces feature some of Handel’s most beautiful writing for the voice, sung by (Colby Music associate) soprano Nacole Palmer and a solo obbligato line, which will be played by solo baroque violinist Marika Holmqvist. The voice…

Join the Colby College Music Department for a series of live performances in the Colby Museum galleries, featuring local and regional musicians. This program features the Duane Edwards Trio in a jazz and modern music performance, with selections from Edwards’ first album, Time Machine, new material from a forthcoming record, Birds, and improvisational arrangements of…

Join Lunder Institute residential fellow Julia Arredondo for Solon Morning Session #1, a non-denominational, sonic offering to the the South Solon Meeting House. The interior of this unique historic structure is covered in fresco paintings created in the 1950s by artists affiliated with the Skowhegan School of Painting. Solon Morning Session #1 aims to stand in…

Join the Colby College Music Department for a series of live performances in the Colby Museum galleries, featuring local and regional musicians. This program, titled Suites, Sonatas, and Standards, features Peter Bloom on flute and Mark Leighton on guitar performing a chamber-jazz excursion from the salons of Paris, Vienna, and São Paulo to the nightclubs…