Longy School & Ars Lyrica Houston

Ars Lyrica partners with the Longy School of Music of Bard College to train university-level students.

Students from the Longy School of Music Historical Performance Department perform annually with Ars Lyrica in main-stage productions at the Hobby Center. This collaboration provides the next generation of period-instrument specialists with valuable performing experience, as students partner with seasoned professionals on a wide range of repertoire. 

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 The Adventures of don quixote,  may 2017 featuring Longy Students, violinist ceren Turkmengulu and cellist, Andrew Koutroubas 

The Adventures of don quixote,  may 2017
featuring Longy Students, violinist ceren Turkmengulu and cellist, Andrew Koutroubas 

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Meet the Student Musicians:

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Adam Buttyan, baroque flute

Adam Buttyan began his study of the baroque flute while pursuing his BM in Music Theory at the Univ. of North Texas. Since then, Adam has performed with the Boston Early Music Festival, Harvard Baroque Orchestra, and the International Baroque Institute at Longy. Most recently, he studied and performed in the American Bach Soloists Academy in August. Adam currently lives in Boston, where he is pursuing a Master’s of Music in Historical Performance from the Longy School of Music of Bard College with his primary teacher, Dr. Na’ama Lion.

Adam joined us for our New Year's in Berlin concert on December 31st, 2017.

Announcing Soon!