Virtual 2020

Hamilton College performing arts events are going online for the fall semester. Please join our email list to get the latest information. 


Live with Bruce MolskY

Bruce MolskyJoin old-time fiddler and banjoist Bruce Molsky for a lunchtime mini-concert and lecture with Q and A. Bruce Molsky is “one of America’s premier fiddling talents” (Mother Jones) and a twice Grammy-nominated artist on fiddle, banjo, guitar and song. He has dug into the deepest reaches of mountain music, while growing his own unique voice. Bruce holds a stage as few other musicians can. His skill at performing a deep and varied repertoire and a reverence for the past, combined with a relaxed, conversational wit, draws listeners in as if they were sitting on the front porch of Carnegie Hall. Register below for free. 

Friday, Sept. 25, 12 noon


Diane Monroe, violin

Diane landscapeWhat Is This Thing Called 'Freedom'?"
The Transforming and Timeless Songs of Protest

Protest songs were created and played in many different genres of music including jazz, folk, and rock. These songs are some of the most enduring of our time, and today have a very new and important relevance. Monroe looks at these songs with more wisdom, experience and depth, and plays them with renewed passion. The program features Monroe’s arrangements of works for freedom and peace, her reflections of the voices of the 60's, plus original compositions. This event will be broadcast from Monroe's home studio and will include a Q and A session for attendees.  Register below for free.

Saturday, Oct. 3, 7:30 pm 


Contact Information

Michelle Reiser-Memmer

Performing Arts Administrator
198 College Hill Road
Clinton, NY 13323
315-859-4350 mreiserm@hamilton.edu
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