Enjoy a late celebration of the centennial of the great English composer Benjamin Britten (1913-1976) on Tuesday night, March 18, with the acclaimed tenor Nicholas Phan. He makes his debut in Eastman’s Kilbourn Concert Series with a program of music mostly by Britten, but also including a selection of Schubert songs. For more information on the concert, click here; for more on Nicholas, including performance of several works by Britten, click here.
The following day, Phan will give a presentation sponsored by Eastman’s Arts Leadership Program (ALP). On Wednesday, March 19, from 2:30-3:30 p.m. in Ciminelli Lounge, he will talk about his career and his role as Artistic Director of the Collaborative Arts Institute of Chicago. Phan founded this non-profit organization, which is devoted to promoting the art song and vocal chamber music repertoire. Any University of Rochester student or Eastman community member may attend by registering. For more information, visit the ALP website.