The silver season of The Logan Series concluded with a performance Tuesday by the Boston Brass, presented to a standing room crowd. It was a great way to conclude our milestone year. Here are the members of the group, as captured from the front row by audience member Gerald Meredith.
Thanks to everyone who joined us at Penn State Behrend this year. Our next concert performance will be in September, when we begin our 2015-16 season. Check back next month when we plan to announce our lineup of performers for the upcoming year
This article, contributed by John Chacona, appeared in today’s Erie Times-News. In case you missed it, you can read it online.
We hope you can join us Tuesday at noon as this year’s Music at Noon series draws to a majestic close.
On Tuesday, April 7th, the Boston Brass will perform the final program on Music at Noon’s 25th anniversary season. Here’s a clip from our archives of their appearance in 2008.
Please join us at next Tuesday’s performance as we celebrate the completion of this milestone season.
Thanks to Erica Erwin and Christoper Millette from the Times-News for a wonderful article about our partnership with Diehl Elementary School. The story was featured in their education report for this week.
To read the article and see video of the Baltimore Consort at Diehl, please visit
Continuing our 25th anniversary celebration we welcome back the Baltimore Consort on Monday. We hadn’t yet begun video recording our concerts during their first visit in season three. Here’s a sample from one of their concerts in 2010.
Here’s hoping you can join us on the 16th at noon in McGarvey Commons for a Shakespearean treat.
What in the world are these?
If you know, post in the comments. If you don’t, come to McGarvey Commons on Monday for a noon performance by the Baltimore Consort, and you can get the answer in person.
Next week, we’ll be joined by the Harlem Quartet who will perform an eclectic mix of music by Alexander Borodin and Chick Corea. The ensemble itself is an unusual mix of cultures not often encountered in classical circles. This past October, the Village Voice presented this blog feature on the group.
You can meet the quartet in person next Wednesday, January 21 at noon in McGarvey Commons. Their appearance is presented in conjunction with Behrend’s annual Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration