College of Music faculty members Sahoko Timpone (mezzo-soprano), Noël Wan (harp), and alumnus Aaron Seiler (violin) join with FSU’s new music ensemble, Polymorphia (Liliya Ugay, director), to present a lecture recital focusing on the music of composers who struggled to express their art during the Soviet regime.
“Silenced Voices” is a chamber music series from the FSU College of Music promoting the music of composers who worked despite wars and oppressions.
“Silenced Voices” full schedule of events:
- February 8: Masterclass with world-renown pedagogue Boris Berman, featuring CoM students from keyboard and chamber music areas. 2:00 p.m. | Westcott 060
- February 9: Guest Artist Concert – Boris Berman, piano. A full recital of music by the leading Ukrainian composer Valentin Silvestrov. 7:30 p.m. | Opperman Music Hall
- February 16: Polymorphia Lecture-Recital. The FSU New Music Ensemble along with faculty and alumni artists presents music by the composers who struggled to express their art during the Soviet regime. 7:30 p.m. | Dohnányi Recital Hall
- March 4: Polymorphia Lecture-Recital. Music by composers-emigres during the Museum of Fine Arts exhibition, “Passports.” 2:00 p.m. | FSU Museum of Fine Arts
- March 27 & 28: Student Lecture-Recitals. College of Music students present two lecture-recitals featuring the music of composers who worked during Nazi regime. 7:30 p.m. | Longmire Recital Hall.
Admission is free for this event. To learn more about our exciting College of Music Concert Season, visit us at music.fsu.edu.