Music in the Museum Concert Series

The Gregory Allicar Museum of Art presents this new series exploring the cross-fertilization between music and the visual arts, with performances by CSU Music faculty and brief historic background given by faculty from the Department of Art and Art History and the School of Music, Theatre and Dance. Why do we so often separate and differentiate visual and performing arts? In this series music is performed against the backdrop of works of art ranging from Renaissance and Baroque paintings and sculpture to expressions by contemporary artists from around the globe.
We invite you to holistically absorb the power of music and the visual arts and the relationships between them through these unique presentations.

FALL 2017

Tuesday SEPTEMBER 12, 2017
NOON and 6P.M.,
The Griffin Foundation Gallery

Musicians: Dr. John Seeholtz, joined by other CSU faculty artists
Art Historian: Dr. David Riep


Reserve NOON Concert
Reserve 6 PM Concert


Tuesday OCTOBER 10, 2017
NOON and 6P.M.
The Griffin Foundation Gallery

Musicians: CSU Faculty
Art Historian: Annie Krieg

Tuesday NOVEMBER 14, 2017
NOON and 6P.M.

Approaching Nature, Hartford-Tandstad Gallery

Musicians: Dr. Joel Bacon, Stewart and Sheron Golden Chair of Organ and Liturgical Studies
Art Historian: Dr. Emily Moore


WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 2017 - 11 A.M.
Hartford-Tandstad Gallery

Musicians: Joel Bacon, harpsicord,
Art Historian: Eleanor Moseman

ANNOUNCEMENT: Tickets will not be necessary for this reprise program. Just show up! Thank you.


Tuesday FEB 7, 2017 -NOON and 6P.M.,
Hartford-Tandstad Gallery

Musicians: Michelle Stanley, Jeff LaQuatra, John Seesholts, Tim Burns.
Art Historian: David Riep
Music Historian: K. Dawn Grapes


Tuesday MAR 7, 2017 - NOON and 6P.M.
The Griffin Foundation Gallery 

Musicians: John Seesholtz, Christopher Reed, Michelle Stanley, Barbara Thiem.
Art Historian: Emily Moore


Tuesday APR 18, 2017 - NOON and 6P.M.
Hartford-Tandstad Gallery

Musicians: Joel Bacon, harpsicord,
Art Historian: Eleanor Moseman
Music Historian: Angela Christian