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A Midsummer Night’s Dream

University Opera Theatre
March 23-26, 2017
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
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Insurrection: Holding History

Dept. of Theatre & Drama
March 30-April 9, 2017
Arthur Miller Theatre
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Disney’s The Little Mermaid

Dept. of Musical Theatre
April 13-16, 2017
Power Center for the Performing Arts
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Men’s Glee Club

Men’s Glee Club
April 15, 2017
Hill Auditorium
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Musical Theatre Senior Showcase

Dept. of Musical Theatre
April 30, 2017
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
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Past Events

A Grand Night for Singing

University Vocal Ensembles
September 24, 2016
Hill Auditorium

Scholarship Showcase

School of Music, Theatre & Dance
September 25, 2016
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre

Ah, Wilderness!

Dept. of Theatre & Drama
October 6-16, 2016
Arthur Miller Theatre

The Drowsy Chaperone

Dept. of Musical Theatre
October 13-23, 2016
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre

Band-O-Rama: Welcome Home!

University Bands
October 21, 2016
Hill Auditorium

Halloween Concert

University Orchestras
October 30, 2016
Hill Auditorium

Men’s Glee Club

Men’s Glee Club
November 5, 2016
Hill Auditorium

Roméo et Juliette

University Opera Theatre
November 10-13, 2016
Power Center for the Performing Arts

A Man of No Importance

Dept. of Musical Theatre
November 17-20, 2016
Arthur Miller Theatre

Peter and the Starcatcher

Dept. of Theatre & Drama
December 8-11, 2016
Power Center for the Performing Arts

Collage Concert

School of Music, Theatre & Dance
January 14, 2017
Hill Auditorium

Glancing Back, Dancing Forward

Dept. of Dance
February 2-5, 2017
Power Center for the Performing Arts

The Winter’s Tale

Dept. of Musical Theatre Studio
February 16-19, 2017
Arthur Miller Theatre

Mr. Burns, A Post-Electric Play

Dept. of Theatre & Drama
February 16-19, 2017
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre

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Photo by Philippe Guyonnet

Guest Master Class: Olivier Latry, organ, Cathedral of Notre Dame

3:30pm, Off-Campus Location, First Presbyterian Church- 1432 Washtenaw Ave., Ann Arbor

Olivier Latry is a French organist, improviser and professor of organ in the Conservatoire de Paris. Presented by the Department of Organ in collaboration with the Ann Arbor and Detroit Chapters of the American Guild of Organists. Free - no tickets required

Musicology Lecture: Prof. Stephanie Jordan (RE-SCHEDULED FROM 2/17)

5:00pm, Earl V. Moore Building, Glenn E. Watkins Lecture Hall

For a dance historian, analyst, or musicologist writing about dance, what are the implications of knowing about artists’ working processes? In this presentation, Jordan will begin by revisiting interviews she conducted for her 2015 book Mark Morris: Musician-Choreographer. Morris has taken a variety of approaches to music, such that his “choreomusical” styles and strategies have helped dancers and audiences to hear musical scores in new ways. Recent studies of the practices of other contemporary choreographers reveal an intensification in the sharing of “process information.” To illustrate this intensification and its results, Jordan draws from recent choreomusical analyses, as well as interviews with other choreographers. Her research raises a number of questions about how to negotiate a way through the conflicting values and terminologies of interviewers and interviewees, and the mix of rational choices and instinctive decision-making in the creative artistic process. For Jordan, the “genetic” information in the process can be invaluable to a general understanding of dance, while potentially enriching the analysis of individual dances. Asking what sort of relationship might, or might not, exist between the genesis of a work and its final form, she also brings into play musicologist Nicolas Marston’s theory of “dangerous liaisons.”. Free - no tickets required

Guest Recital: David Korevaar, piano

7:30pm, Earl V. Moore Building, Britton Recital Hall

David Korevaar, professor at the University of Colorado-Boulder, performs music of Beethoven, Libermann, Perrachio, and Brahms. Korevaar has performed in many roles, as solo recitalist, as soloist with orchestra, as chamber musician and collaborator, as well as expanding into the world of theatre and dance. Free - no tickets required

Student Recital: Koinonia Trio

8:00pm, Walgreen Drama Center, Stamps Auditorium

The Koinonia Trio was formed in Ann Arbor in September 2015. Their mission is closely related to their trio name, “Koinonia,” a transliterated form of a Greek word, which means “communion, joint participation.’ Since its formation, the trio has won the East Central MTNA Chamber Music Competition and was awarded a U-M Performing Arts EXCELerator Grant Fellowship. Free - no tickets required

Masters Recital: Allison Rich, cello

8:00pm, Earl V. Moore Building, McIntosh Theatre

PROGRAM: Bach - Cello Suite no. 1 in G Major, BWV 1007; Henze - Serenade; Martinu - Cello Sonata no. 1, H277; Akiho - 21. Free - no tickets required

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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