LONGMEADOW, MA—Maestro Kevin Rhodes, Music Director and Conductor of the Springfield Symphony Orchestra brings his electric personality and passion for classical music from the podium to the lecture hall with Rhodes Talk. Partnering with Bay Path College, he’ll be holding a free, three-part series on the Longmeadow campus that takes on the giants of the musical world, as well as the dramatic world of opera.
Maestro Rhodes will kick-off the series with “The Young & The Brilliant,” an interactive discussion of two classical music titans: Mendelssohn and Mozart, and will welcome the brilliant young violinist Caroline Goulding.
Thursday, January 31 / 7:00 PM Mills Theatre, Carr Hall
The next lecture, “It’s Opera!” will focus on the fun, fantastical and dramatic world of opera. It’s a musical form that has spanned continents and generations, entertaining a legion of fans from all corners of the globe.
Wednesday, March 6 / 7:00 PM Mills Theatre, Carr Hall
The last in the Rhodes Talk series is “Making a Death Mass Fun.” Members of the Springfield Symphony Chorus along with Director Nikki Stoia join Kevin Rhodes on stage, as he explores Mozart’s towering final work, the Requiem, and Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5.
Wednesday, May 1 / 7:00 PM Mills Theatre, Carr Hall
Registration is strongly recommended to avoid cancellation and to allow for proper planning. Click here to register!
The Fall Kaleidoscope series is underwritten in part by PeoplesBank, which supports Bay Path College’s commitment to providing cultural and educational enrichment to the communities we serve. Click here to view all our upcoming Kaleidoscope events.
About Bay Path College
Bay Path is a four-year private college with an enrollment of over 2300 students at its Longmeadow campus, and satellite campuses in Sturbridge (MA) and Burlington (MA). The College offers undergraduate degrees for women; graduate degrees for men and women; the Online Degree Completion Program for Women; and the One-Day-A-Week Saturday program for adult women. Through its programs and campuses, the College is united in its mission to propel students into careers that not only change lives, but also impact the well-being of all of us.