Stefan Kiessling
April 2, 2019 1:00 PM–1:50 PM

The Very Best Pedal Piece

Location
Schaffer Library

Stefan Kießling is a concert organist from Leipzig, Germany who has performed in Europe, America, Africa, Australia and Asia.

The Very Best Pedal Piece

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Add to Calendar 2019-04-02 13:00:00 2019-04-02 13:50:00 The Very Best Pedal Piece Stefan Kießling is a concert organist from Leipzig, Germany who has performed in Europe, America, Africa, Australia and Asia. The Very Best Pedal Piece Johann Sebastian Bach Pedal harpsichord recital   Stefan Kießling is a concert organist who has performed in more than 24 countries across Europe, America, Africa, Australia and Asia. In 2009-2018 he served as Assistant Organist at St. Thomas Church, Leipzig, where J.S. Bach served for the last quarter-century of his life, in which Stefan worked with the St. Thomas Boy’s Choir and the Gewandhaus Orchestra. Solo concerts were held in St. Thomas Church Leipzig, Konzerthaus Berlin, St Thomas Church New York City, Washington National Cathedral, London Westminster Abbey, St Paul’s Cathedral, Kreuzkirche Dresden, Scot’s Church Melbourne, Philharmony Ekaterinburg and many others. Stefan completed his post-graduate study with Prof. Stefan Engels, and participated in masterclasses with Tom Koopman, Wolfgang Rübsam, and Hans-Ola Ericsson.After his studying in 2008, he started working at the Braunschweig Cathedral, and then Klosterkirche Cottbus. In Cottbus he taught at the conservatory, directed an international concert series. He made several recordings for radio broadcast and television. His repertoire encompasses all epochs, from Bach and his predecessors to the contemporary music of György Ligeti, Phillip Glass and others. Of special interest are not only the toccatas and fantasias of Bach and the Baroque era, but compositions of the late 19th and early 20th century such as Max Reger and Maurice Duruflé. In addition to playing concerts and services, Stefan is also engaged in educating young organists, including giving masterclass and workshops. Stefan has always had an enthusiasm for colourful and unique organ registration, and this led him to develop a computer software for organ combination systems, which is used across Europe.   Schaffer Library Union College Union Marketing Layer America/New_York public
Rosa Clemente
April 11, 2019 5:30 PM–6:30 PM

Who is Black? Afro-Latinx and the #BlackLivesMatter Movement

Location
Breazzano House

Rosa Clemente will be leading an insightful dialogue and discussion as a part of the Afro-Latinidad from a Millennial Perspective: A Minerva Series.

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Add to Calendar 2019-04-11 17:30:00 2019-04-11 18:30:00 Who is Black? Afro-Latinx and the #BlackLivesMatter Movement Rosa Clemente will be leading an insightful dialogue and discussion as a part of the Afro-Latinidad from a Millennial Perspective: A Minerva Series. Breazzano House Union College Union Marketing Layer America/New_York public
Marsyas Trio
April 15, 2019 7:00 PM–9:00 PM

The Marsyas Trio

Location
Taylor Music Center

The London-based Marsyas Trio with Helen Vidovich, flute, Olga Stezhko, piano, and Val Welbanks, cello, will include the U.S.

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Add to Calendar 2019-04-15 19:00:00 2019-04-15 21:00:00 The Marsyas Trio The London-based Marsyas Trio with Helen Vidovich, flute, Olga Stezhko, piano, and Val Welbanks, cello, will include the U.S. premiere of Professor Hilary Tann's composition "In the Theater of Air." Free and open to the public. Taylor Music Center Union College Union Marketing Layer America/New_York public