Two Schedule Changes Made to the 2017-18 Artist Recital Series

October 10, 2017

By Erich Burnett

poster with the text "Artist Recital Series 2017-18"

Violinist Tessa Lark to perform November 19; Marilyn Horne’s annual visit moves to April 2018.

 violinist Tessa Lark

Decorated violinist Tessa Lark, winner of the 2016 Avery Fisher Career Grant, will present a recital with pianist Andrew Armstrong in Oberlin’s Finney Chapel Sunday, November 19.

The 4 p.m. concert, part of Oberlin’s historic Artist Recital Series, replaces a previously scheduled performance by violist Lawrence Power.

portrait of Marilyn Horne

In addition, Marilyn Horne’s master classes with conservatory students have been moved from February to Friday, April 20, and Sunday, April 22, 2018. The legendary opera singer’s annual visit to Oberlin is made possible by publisher and philanthropist Stephen Rubin.

Additional details about each event will be available at a later date.

Tickets to Tessa Lark at Oberlin are $35 ($30 for seniors, military, and Oberlin staff and alumni, and $10 for students). Marilyn Horne’s master classes are $5, or free for subscribers to the Artist Recital Series.

Tickets are available by calling 800-371-0178, online at, or by visiting Central Ticket Service (in Hall Auditorium, 67 N. Main St.) Monday through Friday from noon to 5 p.m.

Tickets for Lawrence Power will be honored at Tessa Lark’s performance, and tickets for Marilyn Horne dated February 2018 will be honored at her April master classes.

For a complete Artist Recital Series schedule and more information about the arts at Oberlin, please visit

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