Alumni Performance Calendar

Welcome to the Alumni Performance Calendar. Here you can find out what your fellow Alumni are up to and plan to see them in action!  Listings in Red are those outside of the United States.

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BREMERHAVEN: Äneas Humm and Renate Rohlfing
Förderpreisträger Deutschlandfunk 2018

Wednesday, August 28, 2019 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Time Zone: Europe/Berlin
Local Time: Wednesday, August 28, 2019 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Featured Alumni: Äneas Humm (MM ’19, voice), Renate Rohlfing (MM ’12, collaborative piano)


The Music Festival Bremen, founded by general manager Thomas Albert on the initiative of the Bremen Senate and leading partners from commerce as a project to enhance the cultural profile of the site in 1989, is a festival of special events. Year after year, the organisers plan a program that deliberately strives for stylistic diversity and breadth — while never straying from artistic quality as the top priority!

No matter whether opera, symphonic literature, choral and chamber music or solo recitals, whether exploring the enthralling contrasts between historical and contemporary repertoire, the very latest in interpretive insights or faithful to original practice, or moving between time-honoured and unconventional venues — the resulting projects bring the Music Festival to resounding life and its audiences enthusiastically to their feet. The concept behind the Music Festival demonstrates a pioneering spirit and an unerring sense for musical authenticity. No wonder that the seemingly familiar is rediscovered in and with the Music Festival concerts, and the encounters with lesser-known musical terrain open ears to new understanding — from classical music to jazz and world music to experimental works.

The Festival has been ongoing since 2011 with the concert evening "A Great Night Music" in venues centring around the Marktplatz, which is illuminated especially for this occasion. The primary venues for the Festival events in Bremen are the concert hall Die Glocke, the Musical Theater Bremen and the BLG-Forum Überseestadt; about one-third of the programme takes place in selected venues across the entire north-western region (Oldenburg, Emden, Verden etc.). Music Festival Bremen — three weeks in late summer overflowing with music!

Location: Großer Saal der Handelskammer Bremen, Am Markt 13, 28195 Bremen, Germany
Fees: 25 €
Calendar: International (non-US events)
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Check out our Alumni Video of the Month:


November 2019

Emi Ferguson (BM ’09, MM ’12, flute; MM ’11, historical performance) and continuo band Ruckus perform J.S. Bach’s Sonata for Flute and Continuo in E Minor, BWV 1034: III. Andante at Harvard University’s Horner Room. The group also recorded this work in their recently released album, Fly the Coop, hailed as “blindingly impressive” by the New York Times, which features new arrangements of Bach’s Flute Sonatas and Keyboard Preludes. You can see them perform the album live on Sunday, November 17 in Upper Manhattan’s Corpus Christi Church.
This video features Juilliard Historical Performance alums Clay Zeller-Townson (MM ’13) on baroque bassoon, Paul Holmes Morton (MM ’16) on theorbo, baroque bassist Doug Balliett (MM ’12), harpist/harpsichordist/organist Parker Ramsay (MM ’17, harp), and Shirley Hunt and Stephen Stubbs on baroque cello and guitar, respectively. Ferguson and Balliett also serve on Juilliard’s Evening Division faculty.

Check out alumni videos from previous months by clicking "next" on the playlist above, or view our complete playlist on YouTube! To submit your video for consideration to be the next Alumni Video of the Month, please email us at