Hailed as “one of the finsest ensembles of its kind in the world today,” the Scottish Chamber Orchestra is known for its exceptional performances and its extensive, multi-award-winning recordings. This tour highlights an amazing Scottish National Treasure, violinist Nicola Benedetti.
Saturday, October 15 | 3:00pm | Bailey Hall
“There is nothing routine about the Smetana Trio’s approach to this engaging repertoire. Every aspect of their interpretation is carefully considered without losing an ounce of spontaneity.” –BBC Music Magazine
Friday, November 11 | 8:00pm | Bailey Hall
The Cremona Quartet is noted for its lustrous sound, refined musicianship, and stylistic versatility.
Thursday, March 2 | 8:00pm | Bailey Hall
By enriching their Afro-pop with new pigments and by introducing the world to the richness and subtleties of African music, the duo has brought African music to the charts and to the dance floor.
Thursday, March 23 | 8:00pm | Bailey Hall
The Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra returns to Cornell for what we hope will become a cherished tradition. On Mother’s Day 2023, the orchestra performs a lively program, including Bernstein’s Symphonic Dances from West Side Story.
Sunday, May 14 | 3:00pm | Bailey Hall
“A barnstorming, groove-centric instrumental act with a rabid fan base.”
“Maybe you didn’t notice, but this is Snarky Puppy’s world, and the rest of us only live in it.” –New York Times
Sunday, April 16 | 8:00pm | Bailey Hall
A rare combination of tradition, talent, and creativity, Sean Ardoin has created a new genre called Kreole Rock and Soul that expands on the traditional zydeco idiom.
Saturday, September 17 | 8:00pm | Bailey Hall
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Welcome to the 2022–23 season of the Cornell Concert Series!
Welcome back to Bailey Hall! The 2022–23 season will be a banner year, celebrating the range and depth of musical traditions from around the world. We feature gems from the United States of America, from gutsy Southern zydeco to genre-busting Snarky Puppy. The Rochester Philharmonic again appears for a beautiful Mother’s Day matinee performance. We also feature the height of chamber music from Europe: the Scottish Chamber Orchestra with violin soloist Nicola Benedetti; Italy’s Cremona Quartet, and the Smetana Trio from the Czech Republic. Finally, Mali-based Amadou & Mariam bring an Afro-electric beat that will get you on your feet!
Cornell Concert Series’ artists are united by their passion for what they do, bringing a range of the world’s best musics to you.
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