Lucy Fitz Gibbon and Ryan McCullough are at CCHK to perform Brahms on Friday (9/22) and Saturday (9/23).Read more
Cornell Center for Historical Keyboards
The Cornell Center for Historical Keyboards fosters original and imaginative approaches to the performance and study of keyboard instruments, their technological underpinnings, their intersections with other arts, and their participation in the global currents of cultural and social history.
Midday Music for Organ, Fall 2023, to begin this Wednesday, September 6. Across the semester, organ recitals this fall offer music from six centuries and three continents on three organs played by five guest recitalists and the University Organist.Read more
The first Salon in the CCHK’s Fall 2023 series is this Friday.Read more
This symposium asks how notions of sustainability might prompt us to think anew about keyboard histories, embedded as they are in ecologies of nature and commerce, artifice and art, craft and industry. To what extent are those histories, and the instruments that embody them, sustainable into an unce...Read more
CCHK will be the home for a Mini-Academy with internationally acclaimed artist-teachers and selected graduate students, hosting masterclasses and lectures in preparation for the 2nd International Chopin Competition on Period Instruments. Join us on May 13 and 14 for public recitals.Read more
Guest organist Kola Owolabi visits Cornell to perform his program, "Eclectic Inspiration," on the Aeolian-Skinner organ in Sage Chapel.Read more
Join us this Friday, March 17 for the latest iteration in our salon series at the A. D. White House.Read more
Join us for two exciting concerts this week, featuring Professors David Yearsley and Annette Richards.Read more
A History of Decay: Developing a Sonic Archive for the Cornell Center for Historical Keyboards
By Joshua Biggs
DMA candidate Joshua Biggs discusses the creation of a digital library of samples drawn from the CCHK’s collection.