At 2 p.m. today, 10 School of Music violists will take the floor in McKnight Hall and showcase their talents — their soloist talents, that is. The third annual viola recital, which will give students a chance to practice a very different repertoire and will boast composers such as Franck, Schumann and Shostakovich, benefits the Chautauqua Women’s Club Scholarship Fund.
At 10 a.m. today in McKnight Hall, the 10 cellists of the Music School Festival Orchestra hope to play a sound as heavenly as Villa-Lobos’ in their cello recital.
If the thought of sounds akin to a blend of Motörhead and Mozart bouncing around Elizabeth S. Lenna Hall piques your interest, soprano saxophonist Dan Graser is ready and waiting.
Prose writer-in-residence Laura Kasischke has never quilted, but she imagines it might be like writing a novel. They both entail daily ritual and uncertainty around how the final product will appear. But the similarity lies mostly in the grueling amount of time the projects take to complete.