Previous events

Mar9

Master Class: Robert Jordan, piano

Masterclass, SUNY Fredonia Mason Hall Rosch Recital Hall, Fredonia, NY

 

  As part of the Robert Jordan Piano Scholarship and Distinguished Lectureship, Professor Emeritus Jordan will return to campus to offer master classes and a recital on March 8 and 9. The recital, featuring Professor Jordan with alumni, is scheduled for Sunday, March 8 at 4 p.m. in Rosch Recital Hall. A reception will immediately follow the recital in Mason Hall. Students, faculty, alumni and friends are encouraged to attend. Students should contact their faculty members in the School of Music to arrange times for the master classes. Particularly encouraged to attend the recital and reception are past and current scholarship recipients of the Mamie and Ira Jordan Minority Music Scholarship and Scholastic Achievement Award, established by Professor Jordan in 1998, as are current and past recipients of the Robert Jordan Scholarship, established in 2008 by alumni and friends in recognition of Professors Jordan’s significant contributions to music and students.

Free

Mar8

Guest Artist Recital: Robert Jordan, piano and Alumni

Guest Artist Recital, SUNY Fredonia Mason Hall Rosch Recital Hall, Fredonia, NY

 

    As part of the Robert Jordan Piano Scholarship and Distinguished Lectureship, Professor Emeritus Jordan will return to campus to offer master classes and a recital on March 8 and 9. The recital, featuring Professor Jordan with alumni, is scheduled for Sunday, March 8 at 4 p.m. in Rosch Recital Hall. A reception will immediately follow the recital in Mason Hall. Students, faculty, alumni and friends are encouraged to attend. Students should contact their faculty members in the School of Music to arrange times for the master classes. Particularly encouraged to attend the recital and reception are past and current scholarship recipients of the Mamie and Ira Jordan Minority Music Scholarship and Scholastic Achievement Award, established by Professor Jordan in 1998, as are current and past recipients of the Robert Jordan Scholarship, established in 2008 by alumni and friends in recognition of Professors Jordan’s significant contributions to music and students.

Free

Mar13

Steinway Series - Robert Jordan, Pianist

Smithsonian American Art Museum, 8th and F Street NW, Washington, DC

The Smithsonian American Art Museum presents its Steinway Series; these concerts showcase classical chamber music performed by the finest musicians in the region. Performances feature the Museum's Steinway Concert Grand model D piano, refurbished through a generous gift from Shelby and Frederick Gans. Free tickets are available in the G Street lobby 1 hour prior to the performance. Works by Bach, Scarlatti, Chopin, Debussy, and Liszt are all featured in this concert with Robert Jordan, renowned pianist and teacher. Saluted by The New York Times for his "pristine clarity and logic" as well as his "graceful songlike spontaneity," Jordan has performed with orchestras in Munich, Prague, Buffalo, and elsewhere. Map: http://americanart.si.edu/visit/images/saam_map.pdf

Free-G Street lobby 1 hour prior