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Artists

Andrés Rivas conductor

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Free Concert

  • March 19 at 7 PM
  • Hudson Hall

Artists

Andrés Rivas conductor

Tickets

 

FREE
Advance RSVP suggested
Health & Safety Requirements

Free Concert

  • March 19 at 7 PM
  • Hudson Hall


Artists

Andrés Rivas conductor

Tickets

 

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Mozart & Schumann’s Spring Symphony

  • March 19 at 7 PM
  • Hudson Hall

Artists

Andrés Rivas conductor

Tickets

 

FREE
Advance RSVP suggested
Health & Safety Requirements

Mozart & Schumann’s Spring Symphony

  • March 19 at 7 PM
  • Hudson Hall


Artists

Andrés Rivas conductor

Tickets

 

FREE
Advance RSVP suggested
Health & Safety Requirements

Mozart & Schumann’s Spring Symphony

  • March 19 at 7 PM
  • Hudson Hall

Artists

Andrés Rivas conductor

Tickets

 

FREE
Advance RSVP suggested
Health & Safety Requirements

Mozart & Schumann’s Spring Symphony

  • March 19 at 7 PM
  • Hudson Hall


Artists

Andrés Rivas conductor

Tickets

 

FREE
Advance RSVP suggested
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Shostakovich & Dawson


Artists

Leon Botstein conductor

Tickets

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Leon Botstein conductor

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Leon Botstein conductor

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Leon Botstein conductor

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Leon Botstein conductor

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Leon Botstein conductor

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Leon Botstein conductor

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Leon Botstein conductor

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Leon Botstein conductor

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Leon Botstein conductor

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Leon Botstein conductor

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Leon Botstein conductor

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Leon Botstein conductor

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Leon Botstein conductor

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Leon Botstein conductor

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Leon Botstein conductor

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Leon Botstein conductor

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Leon Botstein conductor

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Presented by the Bard Music Festival

 

Salons were a haven for the Parisian avant-garde, especially those of Boulanger’s colorful friend and patron, the sewing machine heiress Winnaretta Singer, Princesse Edmond de Polignac. It was there that many ensemble pieces first came to life, including Lipatti’s neo-Baroque Concertino.

 

Boulanger also led the first performance of Stravinsky’s “Dumbarton Oaks” Concerto, having instigated its creation; it was her idea for Washington’s Bliss family to commission the composer to write a Brandenburg-inspired piece for their private salon at the D.C. estate that gave the work its name.

 

Composed during the Nazi occupation of Paris and notable for the triumphant trumpet solo of its Finale, Honegger’s Second Symphony for Strings premiered at the Collegium Musicuum in Zurich.

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The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

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The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

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The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

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The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

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The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

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The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

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The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

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The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

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The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

  • Livestream Tickets $10


The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

  • Livestream Tickets $10

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

  • Livestream Tickets $10

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The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

  • Livestream Tickets $10

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The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

  • Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano
  • Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks”
  • Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D
  • Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil
  • Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

  • Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano
  • Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks”
  • Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D
  • Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil
  • Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

  • Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano
  • Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks”
  • Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D
  • Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil
  • Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

  • Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano
  • Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks”
  • Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D
  • Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil
  • Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

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The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

BUY TICKETS

Saturday Tickets
Sunday Tickets

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

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The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

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Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

BUY TICKETS

Saturday Tickets
Sunday Tickets

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

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Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

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Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

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The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes

The Bard Music Festival

The Bard Music Festival returns for its 31st season with an exploration of the life and work of Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979), the pioneering Parisian pedagogue, composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and indomitable personality who shaped more than a generation of American musicians. Through a series of themed concert programs, lectures, and panel discussions, Nadia Boulanger and Her World pays tribute to one of the most important female figures in the history of classical music.

The festival will present examples of Boulanger’s own, little-known oeuvre alongside music by her teachers and mentors, including Gabriel FauréLouis Vierne and Charles Marie Widor; her Parisian contemporaries, like Claude DebussyOlivier MessiaenFrancis PoulencMaurice RavelErik Satie and expats George GershwinCole Porter and Igor Stravinsky; her male students, including Jean FrançaixAstor Piazzolla, and illustrious Americans Marc BlitzsteinElliott CarterAaron CoplandPhilip GlassWalter Piston and Virgil Thomson; her female students, like Marcelle de ManziarlyThea MusgraveJulia Perry and Louise Talma; other women composers, Germaine Taillefaire and Lili Boulanger, Nadia’s celebrated sister, among them; and some of the bygone composers whose music she vociferously championed, like MonteverdiBach and Brahms.

Program

Nadia Boulanger Three Pieces, for cello and piano

Concert Notes

Igor Stravinsky Concerto in E-flat, “Dumbarton Oaks” ​

Concert Notes

Arthur Honegger Symphony No. 2 in D ​

Concert Notes

Peggy Glanville-Hicks Prelude for a Pensive Pupil ​

Concert Notes

Dinu Lipatti Concertino in the Classical Style, Op. 3​

Concert Notes