Thanks to the Smetana String Quartet (Sadie Hamrin, Darren Carter, Andreas Kapatos, and Brendon Guillory) for their performance in the Moody building last week, and to all of the other music students who shared great music with us this semester.
Join us on Tuesday, April 16, at 11:30 A.M. for a performance by the Fab Five Woodwind Quintet. They will be playing in the Albritton Foyer of the Moody building, just behind Starbucks.
A brass quintet from the School of Music will perform this Thursday, April 11, rather than on Tuesday as previously announced. They will perform in the Harvey Garden, on the lower level of the Moody building, between 11:30 A.M. and noon.
On Tuesdays between now and the end of the Spring semester, we are looking forward to several performances in the Central Libraries by student groups from the School of Music.
Join us today (April 2) at 11:30 for the Debussy Trio, a soothing combination of flute, viola, and harp. They will perform in the Albritton Foyer of the Moody building, behind Starbucks.
Next Tuesday at the same time, during Diadeloso, look and listen for a brass quintet playing outside at the entrance to the Moody building. There will be more performances to come, so stay tuned for more details.
Baylor students, faculty, and staff members, the Crouch Fine Arts Library is your source for an abundance of great Christmas music. We have more music than days until Christmas, so get started celebrating the season!
- To listen online, choose from the many playlists and album lists that we’ve gathered for you on our website. If you are outside the Baylor network, you will be prompted to log in with your Bear ID and password before connecting to the recordings.
- In the Crouch Fine Arts Library, we have hundreds of Christmas CDs available for check-out at the Service Desk. To get the call numbers, follow this link to BearCat or ask a staff member if you would like some assistance.
Join us this Thursday, November 15, for a short performance by the Baylor Early Music Ensemble. Beginning at 12:45 P.M., you can enjoy their Renaissance tunes in the Allbritton Foyer of the Moody Library building, near Starbucks.
Our current exhibit looks back to World War I, which ended 100 years ago. From the Spencer Collection of American Sheet Music, we have some of the most popular songs sung by soldiers and sailors. From the Texas Collection, we also have printed lyrics and photographs from Waco and nearby Camp MacArthur.
Our current exhibit looks back at the early years of the Crouch Fine Arts Library. This is part of the 50th anniversary celebration of the Moody Memorial Library Building, which opened in the fall of 1968.
The exhibit features the earliest architectural sketches for the Music Library, as it was then known. Articles, photos, and other memorabilia remind us just how very different libraries and music listening were then compared with today.
This exhibit will run through the month of September.
The current exhibit in the Crouch Fine Arts Library, Shining Lights in the Book Arts, features works by five recent Baylor graduates: AliAnn Rushing Attilio, Brianna Greenwell, Jillian Shaw, Caitlin Warren, and Samira Xie. Each of their works explores the artist book format in a unique and personal way. They were created as part of a class in the Department of Art, then subsequently added to the Baylor Libraries’ permanent collection of around 1,000 artist books.
For more information about the Book Arts Collection, see the Special Collections pages of the Crouch Fine Arts Library website. Items not on exhibit are available for viewing by appointment.
The Crouch Library’s two-day give-away of LP vinyl records started at noon yesterday with subdued frenzy. But there are lots of them left, so come by today and see what treasures you can find for your collection!