Griffiths Arts Center

Byron Schenkman & Ingrid Matthews, harpsichord & baroque violin

Byron Schenkman, harpsichord, and Ingrid Matthews, Baroque violin, offer a concert of period music. This concert will include violin sonatas by J.S. Bach, Isabella Leonarda, and Marco Uccellini; and harpsichord solos by Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre and Johann Kaspar Kerli. More information about the artists is available at: and

Free admission and open to the public.


Shakespeare as Lyricist: Performance

To know music history is to know the history of the world. The parallels we draw between music, literature, foreign language, and theatre will enrich the understanding of the historical significance of Shakespeare’s works in multiple societies, as well as the collaborative nature of the arts and how artistic relationships advance the progress of humankind.

Art Lecture: James Haywood Rolling, Jr.

James Haywood Rolling Jr., a dual professor of art education and teaching and leadership at syracuse University, offers a lecture in conjunction with the exhibition New York Six: Art Studio Practice & Pedagogy. The exhibition is comprised of artists's works and responses to the question "How does your art practice influence and inform your teaching, and how does teaching influence and inform your art practice?" James Haywood Rolling Jr. will speak to the same topic.

Exhibition: New York Six: Art Studio Practice & Pedagogy

This exhibition features the work of 37 artists who teach at liberal arts institutions in the “New York Six,” a statewide consortium that includes Colgate University, Hamilton College, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Skidmore College, St. Lawrence University, and Union College. Intended to be as broad and inclusive as possible, the exhibition features work by a range of tenured, visiting, and adjunct professors at each institution.


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