As the college celebrates 90 years in Memphis, Rhodes is pleased to contribute to Memphis’ rich musical scene with the 2016 Brubeck Festival.
The Rhodes College Women’s Chorus
Mona Kreitner, Director
The University of Memphis Collegium Musicum
Kenneth Kreitner, Director
Hildegard of Bingen
Johann Heinrich Schmelzer
and J.S. Bach
Concerto for violin in A minor, BWV 1041
featuring Tim Shiu, Baroque violin
Free and open to the public.
Sponsored by Rhodes College, University of Memphis
Jazz Workshop with selected Shelby County School students
Free and open to the public
Event Sponsors: Rhodes College, Shelby County Schools, Brubeck Festival, Brubeck Institute
Jenny Davis, flute; Nobuko Igarashi, clarinet; Michelle Vigneau, oboe; Susanna Whitney, bassoon; Robert Patterson, horn; Gregory Maytan, violin; Paul Murray, narrator
G. Telemann: Flute Fantasies with Shakespearean sonnets narration
H. Biber: Passacaglia for Solo Violin
DanLazarescou: Sprite's Flight for bassoon, clarinet, horn
Colin Brumby: Seven Ages of Man Wind Quintet with narration
Isabel Wittman ’17 rediscovers the Forgotten Rose of Memphis.
On December 4th, the Mike Curb Institute of Music welcomed the band Mason Jar Fireflies to 1034 Audubon for the last Audubon Sessions performance of 2015.
Since 1991, the Springfield Music Lecture series has been bringing respected and acclaimed members of the music community to Rhodes for a formal lecture followed by an informal conversation.
Southern Comfort: Songs of the American South
Beale Canto, a professional men’s chamber ensemble
William Skoog, artistic director
Tickets are $15.00 at the door
On Friday, Nov. 13th, PreauXX (pronounced "Pro”) performed for roughly 50 students, faculty, and Memphians at Elvis’ original Memphis home. This was part of the Mike Curb Institute’s The Audubon Sessions concert series.
William Skoog, Director