Music in the Museum Concert Series / FREE

NOTE: Reservations are available online only at; reservations are not available by phone or email. Thank you!

The Gregory Allicar Museum of Art and the School of Music, Theatre, and Dance are entering a second season of the collaborative visual and auditory experience with the Music in the Museum Concert Series. The series explores 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.

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.

Please register for each event, due to limited seating, at

February 13, noon and 6 p.m., Griffin Foundation Gallery

Musicians: John Seesholtz, baritone, Anna Bonjour, Soprano, Angela Lamar, Soprano, Anyaleen Bradley, Soprano, Natalie Simpson, Soprano, Arika Drake, Mezzo-soprano
Art Historian: Lynn Boland
Music program: Ancient world and classical themes

Music Program

“Pur ti miro” from l’incoronazione di poppea by Claudio Monteverdi
Anna Bonjour, soprano and Angela Lamar, soprano

“Vedro con mio di letto” from Il Giusto by Antonio Vivaldi
Anyaleen Bradley, Soprano

“Toglietemi la vita ancor” from Pompeo by Domenico Scarlatti
John Seesholtz, Baritone

“Sposa son disprezzata” from Bajazet by Antonio Vivaldi
Natalie Simpson, Soprano

“When I am laid in earth” from Dido and Aneas by Henry Purcell
Arika Drake, Mezzo-soprano

March 20, noon and 6 p.m., Hartford-Tandstad Gallery, Approaching Nature
Musicians: John Pierce, Andrew Jacobson
Art Historian: TBA
Music Program: themes of pastoral and the natural world featuring “Ten Blake Songs” by Ralph Vaughn Williams.

April 10, noon and 6 p.m., Griffin Foundation Gallery
Musicians and Art Historian: TBA
Music Program: Avant-garde and experimentalism

Schedule & Tickets

Matinees at 12:00 am
Cost: FREE and Open to the Public

Phone: N/A

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Fort Collins, CO,
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