Beginning in Fall 2021, Concerts at the OSilas becomes
MORE THAN MUSIC Faculty Concert Series
Experience more than music as Concordia Conservatory faculty explore in depth the musical influences and inspirations of specific themes through performance and scholarship. This series includes three Sunday afternoon concert/lectures. Marija Ilić serves as Artistic Director.
2021-22 concert dates and details to come!
Welcome to the fifth season of Concerts at the OSilas!
During these most unusual times, this season's Concerts at the OSilas adopts a new format: live recording in the OSilas Gallery and concert broadcasts to ticket-holders over the Conservatory YouTube channel. Join us for what will certainly be an unforgettable season of performances.
The concerts are presented by our own Concordia Conservatory faculty in an intimate setting in the wonderful OSilas Art Gallery, where the music is performed amongst the extraordinary exhibitions. Our concerts are both fun and educational, with the performers talking about the pieces they will play. We are looking forward to presenting these concerts to you.
Concordia Conservatory faculty
The opening concert includes Irish and Irish-inspired music through the centuries. A vibrant and nostalgic instrumentation of voice, flute, violin, and accordion will enliven the exhibition of black-and-white photographs with the music of Field, Corigliano, and Dennehy. A short video presentation of the exhibition will accompany the concert broadcast.
RINA KIM soprano
CLARE HOFFMAN flute
MONICA BAUCHWITZ violin
MATT VAN BRINK accordion
This bold and extraordinary exhibition of contemporary quilts by women from the Manhattan Quilters Guild will be a phenomenal environment for a celebration of extraordinary and strong women throughout history. The program including works by Hildegard of Bingen, Clara Schumann, Rebecca Clarke, Florence Price and will span from the Middle Ages through Romanticism and contemporary time.
EMANOUIL MANOLOV violin
MONICA BAUCHWITZ violin
ANNETTE ESPADA cello
Our third concert will feature music by composers of different backgrounds, as well as composers who, during their careers, left home and moved to different parts of the world, bringing their culture with them. The music of Dvořák, Weill, Berlin represents the melting pot reminding us of our similarities, despite our differences.
SUN YOUNG CHANG voice
CHUNGSUN KIM cello
RAMI VAMOS guitar