The Department of Music at Haverford College has been serving the campus community for more than 60 years. We also function as the music department for Bryn Mawr College. Our academic courses offer a creative approach to music theory, our curriculum in music history deals with music in the social context and embraces world music and jazz, and our applied music program and ensembles give students abundant performance and frequent tour opportunities. Our Guest Artists Concert series brings world class musicians to our stage, and allows students to interact with great performers on a close personal level through masterclasses and workshops. This year the highly acclaimed Network for New Music continues its residency with us.


  • Sunday, January 25 at 3 PM: world premieres of 2-piano works by Ingrid Arauco and Heidi Jacob.
    On Sunday, January 25 at 3 PM, Temple University presents a two-piano concert with Marcantonio Barone and Charles Abramovic featuring world premieres of new pieces by Ingrid Arauco and Heidi Jacob along with works by Brahms, Gerald Levinson and Andrew Rudin. This concert will be held at Temple’s Rock Hall Auditorium and is free and open to the public.
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    On January 13 Associate Professor of Music Heidi Jacob had her first CD released "Beneath Winter's Light" featuring Barbara Govatos, violin; Charles Abramovic, piano; and the Momenta String Quartet. This CD was supported by a Composers Forum Subito Grant and produced by PARMA Records.
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    Ingrid Arauco's compositions are featured on the CD "VISTAS," recently released by Albany Records (Troy 1525).
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    The professor of music is interviewed about the upcoming on-campus concert by Al-Bustan Seeds of Culture, the Philadelphia organization promoting Arabic culture, featuring the U.S. premiere of Lebanese composer Marcel Khalife's hour-long Chants of the East.
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