French economist Jacques Attali discusses music as a metaphor for civil society.
Bob Childs makes world-class violins.
Leonard Bernstein’s life, in his letters
New gateways into the humanities for students “still fully molten as human beings”
Through cat telephones and electronic dance music, scholars discuss the physical basis of sound.
The bandleader weaves performance and storytelling to paint a picture of jazz in nineteenth-century New Orleans.
The folk singer and activist inspired many.
The jazz pianist will give six lectures in February and March.
Composer Michael Friedman’s “investigative theater”
Alumni artists Charlie Albright and Courtney B. Vance at the campaign festivities
Facing declining enrollments, the humanities seek to reinvent themselves.
How to reinvigorate the humanities at Harvard is the subject of new faculty reports
The Korean-born rapper is a social media superstar.
The Harvard University Jazz Bands performed a special concert for recently retired director Tom Everett.