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Musical Scripture: A Virtual Tour in Beethoven's Workshop The Morgan is celebrating the 250th anniversary of Beethoven's birth with a collection display of his sketches and manuscripts, including beloved works like the Hammerklavier Piano Sonata and the “Ghost” Piano Trio. Join Robinson McClellan, Assistant Curator of Music, to ...
The Drawings of Al Taylor: Perspectives from a Curator and a Conservator Take part in a virtual walk-through of the Morgan's exhibition devoted to the sensuous and humorous drawings of Al Taylor (1948–1999). Isabelle Dervaux, Acquavella Curator of Modern & Contemporary Drawings, and Lindsey Tyne, Associate Paper Conservator, will guide viewers through ...
The Gutenberg Bible: A Virtual Tour The Gutenberg Bible is the first monument to the invention of the printing press in western culture. The Morgan is the only institution in the world to have three significant copies, all purchased by J. Pierpont Morgan. Join John McQuillen, ...
Carol Wincenc 50th Anniversary Celebration Internationally acclaimed flutist Carol Wincenc launches a season-long celebration of her five-decade performing career with a concert that features the world premieres of two new works commissioned for the occasion by Jake Heggie and Pierre Jalbert. Carol Wincenc, flute; Jake ...
Sir Isaac Newton's Pocket Knowledge: A Virtual Tour of a Morgan Library Notebook Long before becoming one of the most celebrated figures in the history of science, Sir Isaac Newton (1642–1727) kept a pocket-sized memorandum book, filling it with notes distilled from reading during his grammar school and early Cambridge days. Join Philip ...
CelloX4—The Art of Fugue Rush Hour Concert, Tuesday, February 27, 2018
Celebrated artists perform chamber music from Baroque to contemporary in the intimate and sumptuous surroundings of J. Pierpont Morgan's Library.
In a rare collaboration between four reputed cellists, Patrick Jee, Elad Kabilio, Julia ...
Jean-Jacques Lequeu: A Global Perspective Six months before he died in poverty and obscurity, architect and draftsman Jean‐Jacques Lequeu (1757–1826) donated one more than 800 drawings, one of the most singular and fascinating graphic oeuvres of his time, to the French Royal Library. They remained ...
Jean-Jacques Lequeu: Art and Revolution Six months before he died in poverty and obscurity, architect and draftsman Jean‐Jacques Lequeu (1757–1826) donated one more than 800 drawings, one of the most singular and fascinating graphic oeuvres of his time, to the French Royal Library. They remained ...
Jean-Jacques Lequeu: Lequeu and the Enlightenment Six months before he died in poverty and obscurity, architect and draftsman Jean‐Jacques Lequeu (1757–1826) donated one more than 800 drawings, one of the most singular and fascinating graphic oeuvres of his time, to the French Royal Library. They remained ...
Jean-Jacques Lequeu: Lequeu and the Body Six months before he died in poverty and obscurity, architect and draftsman Jean‐Jacques Lequeu (1757–1826) donated one more than 800 drawings, one of the most singular and fascinating graphic oeuvres of his time, to the French Royal Library. They remained ...

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