Public Events

Throughout the academic year, the Institute offers a range of events that are open to the public, including lectures by Faculty from each of the four Schools and guest speakers, and concerts and talks as part of the Edward T. Cone Concert Series. Please check this site throughout the year for new events as they are announced. To receive updates on IAS events by email, sign up for IAS eNews, the Institute’s monthly electronic newsletter. Videos of previous events may be found at the Institute’s video page.

Edward T. Cone Concert Series: Music from Copland House
Friday, March 4, 2016 -
8:00pm to 10:00pm
Music from Copland House, Remembrance of Things Past
Wolfensohn Hall

The present invokes the past when the internationally-acclaimed Music from Copland House ensemble returns to IAS in this wide-ranging concert of vibrant American works. Bach and Schubert are conjured, respectively, by Pulitzer Prize winners Steven Stucky and John Harbison, while William Albright constructs a fantastical “other” world inhabited by the specters of Mozart, Brahms, ragtime, and klezmer, and former IAS Artist-in-Residence Derek Bermel evokes a place of universal immortality in his piano trio, Death with Interruptions.  

A concert talk with Sebastian Currier, Artist-in-Residence, and the artists will follow the Friday performance.

 

Edward T. Cone Concert Series: Music from Copland House
Saturday, March 5, 2016 -
8:00pm to 10:00pm
Music from Copland House, Remembrance of Things Past
Wolfensohn Hall

The present invokes the past when the internationally-acclaimed Music from Copland House ensemble returns to IAS in this wide-ranging concert of vibrant American works. Bach and Schubert are conjured, respectively, by Pulitzer Prize winners Steven Stucky and John Harbison, while William Albright constructs a fantastical “other” world inhabited by the specters of Mozart, Brahms, ragtime, and klezmer, and former IAS Artist-in-Residence Derek Bermel evokes a place of universal immortality in his piano trio, Death with Interruptions.