Looking ahead to Eastman School of Music’s February and March Eastman Presents concerts, we are pleased to present a wide range of events featuring internationally accomplished guest artists. Concerts will be held in Eastman’s stunning Kodak and Kilbourn Halls.
Tickets to all concerts are available at EastmanTheatre.org or by calling 585-274-3000. Patrons are encouraged to purchase tickets as soon as possible to secure the best seats for the most sought-after concerts and receive the highest level of savings.
Faculty Artist Series: Various dates and times, all in Kilbourn Hall
The Eastman Faculty Artist Series will present nine performances by our internationally acclaimed faculty members throughout the Spring 2023 semester, six of which are scheduled to take place in February (with one in March and two in April). The Faculty Artist Series is generously supported by Patricia Ward Baker. Tickets are $10 for the general public and free to URID holders.
Saturday, February 4 at 7:30 p.m.
Eastman Virtuosi: Celebrating Samuel Adler’s 95th Birthday
Sunday, February 5 at 3:00 p.m.
Collaborative Faculty Pianists
Monday, February 6 at 7:30 p.m.
Timothy Smith, trombone
Sunday, February 12 at 3:00 p.m.
Alison d’Amato, piano
Tuesday, February 21 at 7:30 p.m.
Bonnie Boyd ‘71E, flute
Wednesday, February 22 at 7:30 p.m.
Guy Johnston ‘12E, cello; Yoojin Jang, violin; and Chiao-Wen Cheng ‘13E (DMA), piano
“Batman” (1989) in Concert: Friday, February 10 at 7:30 p.m. in Kodak Hall
This debut live-to-picture performance of Tim Burton’s 1989 film (starring Michael Keaton) will feature Eastman’s Empire Film and Media Ensemble, conducted by six-time Emmy Award-winning composer Mark Watters. The movie will be projected behind the orchestra as they play Danny Elfman’s iconic score. Come dressed as your favorite DC Superhero and join us! Tickets start at $32.
Septura Brass Septet: Monday, February 27 at 7:30 p.m. in Kilbourn Hall
This seven-member brass ensemble of principal players from Britain’s top orchestras has been called “dazzlingly polished” by BBC Music Magazine. Making its Eastman debut, Septura performs its own arrangements of some of the world’s most beloved classical works on a program that includes Gershwin, Copland and more. Tickets start at $32.
Benjamin Grosvenor, piano: Friday, March 17 at 7:30 p.m. in Kilbourn Hall
Benjamin Grosvenor has encouraged comparisons with the all-time piano greats. Technically assured and possessing a natural musicality, Grosvenor is known for his vivid colors and elegant phrases. Presenting a bold and wide-ranging program, patrons can expect to hear works by Bach/Busoni, Schumann, Ravel and Prokofiev. Tickets start at $23.
Stewart Copeland: “Police Deranged for Orchestra:” Friday, March 17 at 8:00 p.m. in Kodak Hall
Eastman and the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra jointly present Police Deranged for Orchestra, featuring Grammy award-winning artist Stewart Copeland on the drums! The program includes orchestral arrangements of The Police’s biggest hits, including “Roxanne,” “Don’t Stand So Close to Me” and “Message in a Bottle.” Tickets start at $45.
Faculty Artist Series: Monday, March 20 at 7:30 p.m. in Kilbourn Hall
Steven Doane, cello; Chiao-Wen Cheng ’13E (DMA), piano; Mikhail Kopelman, violin
Ying Quartet: Sunday, March 26 at 3:00 p.m. in Kilbourn Hall
The Grammy Award-winning Ying Quartet, now in its third decade, has attained a position of prominence through its brilliantly communicative performances and fearlessly imaginative view of chamber music in today’s world. Tickets start at $29.
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About Eastman School of Music:
The Eastman School of Music was founded in 1921 by industrialist and philanthropist George Eastman (1854–1932), founder of Eastman Kodak Company. It was the first professional school of the University of Rochester. Mr. Eastman’s dream was that his school would provide a broad education in the liberal arts as well as superb musical training.
More than 900 students are enrolled in the Collegiate Division of the Eastman School of Music—about 500 undergraduates and 400 graduate students. They come from almost every state, and approximately 23 percent are from other countries. They are taught by a faculty comprised of more than 130 highly regarded performers, composers, conductors, scholars, and educators. They are Pulitzer Prize winners, Grammy winners, Emmy winners, Guggenheim fellows, ASCAP Award recipients, published authors, recording artists, and acclaimed musicians who have performed in the world’s greatest concert halls. Each year, Eastman’s students, faculty members, and guest artists present more than 900 concerts to the Rochester community. Additionally, more than 1,700 members of the Rochester community, from young children through senior citizens, are enrolled in the Eastman Community Music School.
About the University of Rochester:
The University of Rochester is one of the nation’s leading private research universities, one of only 62-member institutions in the Association of American Universities. Located in Rochester, N.Y., the University gives undergraduates exceptional opportunities for interdisciplinary study and close collaboration with faculty through its unique cluster-based curriculum. Its College, School of Arts and Sciences, and Hajim School of Engineering and Applied Sciences are complemented by the Eastman School of Music, Simon School of Business, Warner School of Education, Laboratory for Laser Energetics, School of Medicine and Dentistry, School of Nursing, Eastman Institute for Oral Health, and the Memorial Art Gallery.