Wednesday, April 24

Alumna Rosalind Wong will be playing the piano at the Getty Center on Saturday evening for the "Sonnets and Sonatas" lecture-concert series. Wong will perform Jean-Philippe Rameau's song "The Hen," which is traditionally played on the harpsichord. Although the harpsichord rendition manages to effectively sound like a hen's clucking, Wong said she has to put especial care into playing so that she can mimic the sound on the piano. (Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)

‘Animals!’ presents humans’ relationships with animals through music

Two sopranos will meow in perfect tune at the Getty Center on Saturday evening. The performance will take place as a part of the free lecture-concert series “Sonnets and Sonatas,” led by French language and culture professor Laure Murat. Read more...

Photo: Alumna Rosalind Wong will be playing the piano at the Getty Center on Saturday evening for the "Sonnets and Sonatas" lecture-concert series. Wong will perform Jean-Philippe Rameau's song "The Hen," which is traditionally played on the harpsichord. Although the harpsichord rendition manages to effectively sound like a hen's clucking, Wong said she has to put especial care into playing so that she can mimic the sound on the piano. (Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)

Alumna Rosalind Wong will be playing the piano at the Getty Center on Saturday evening for the "Sonnets and Sonatas" lecture-concert series. Wong will perform Jean-Philippe Rameau's song "The Hen," which is traditionally played on the harpsichord. Although the harpsichord rendition manages to effectively sound like a hen's clucking, Wong said she has to put especial care into playing so that she can mimic the sound on the piano. (Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)


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