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The Arts atHamilton College Fall 1997

By staff  |  Contact staff
Posted September 1, 1997
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September

7 September 7 - October 19, Shouts from the Wall: Posters and Photographs Brought Home from the Spanish Civil War by American Volunteers, an exhibition drawn from the Abraham Lincoln Brigade Archives at Brandeis University
15 The Eddie Allen Jazz Quintet, Scrapple from the Apple, classic Hard-Bop Jazz, 8:30 pm
20 An Evening of Jazz with musicians Kenny Davern, clarinet; Bob Rosengarden, drums; Bob Haggart, bass; Ralph Sutton, piano; Dan Barrett, trombone and trumpet; and Joseph Wilder, trumpet. Fillius Events Barn, Beinecke Student Activities Village, 9 pm
27 MAHAS: The Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra, swing down memory lane with this legendary big band, 8 pm, $

October

9 Ping Chong Residency, Public Lecture/Demonstration, 4 pm
11 HPAS: Ping Chong,* After Sorrow, 8 pm, $
16 Ellen Bryant Voigt, award-winning poet, reading from her work. Fillius Events Barn, Beinecke Student Activities Village, 8 pm
17 Fall Dance Concert, 8 pm, $
18 Fall Dance Concert, 8 pm, $
22 Great Names at Hamilton Series: Maya Angelou, poet and author. Margaret Bundy Scott Field House, 7:30 pm
25 David Parsons Dance, Mohawk Valley Dance Partnership,** 8 pm, $
28 Faculty concert: E. Michael Richards, clarinet; Steven Heyman, piano; Vladimir Pritsker, violin; Gregory Wood, cello; performing Messiaen's Quartet for the End of Time, 8:30 pm
30 October 30 - December 16, Proper, Improper and Heroic: Women in Nineteenth-Century Japanese Art, an exhibition of Japanese prints exploring the changes in the depiction of women in Japanese art that resulted from the opening of Japan to the West

November

1 MAHAS: American Brass Quintet, hailed by Newsweek as "The High Priests of Brass," 8 pm, $
7 HPAS: Inti-Illimani, passion, poetry & politics to a Latin-American beat, 8 pm, $
8 Faculty Concert, Sam Pellman & Mike Woods: Sounds By The Numbers, fresh music; not frozen, 7:30 pm
13 Brecht's Three Penny Opera, directed by Adrian Giurgea, Minor Theater, 8 pm, $
14 Brecht's Three Penny Opera, directed by Adrian Giurgea, Minor Theater, 8 pm, $
15 Brecht's Three Penny Opera, directed by Adrian Giurgea, Minor Theater, Matinee, 2 pm, $
15 Brecht's Three Penny Opera, directed by Adrian Giurgea, Minor Theater, 8 pm, $
17 Frederick Busch, Fairchild Professor of Literature at Colgate University and author of Girls, reading from his fiction. Fillius Events Barn, Beinecke Student Activities Village, 8 pm
19 Brecht's Three Penny Opera, directed by Adrian Giurgea, Minor Theater, 8 pm, $
20 Brecht's Three Penny Opera, directed by Adrian Giurgea, Minor Theater, 8 pm, $
21 Brecht's Three Penny Opera, directed by Adrian Giurgea, Minor Theater, 8 pm, $
21 MAHAS: Academy of St. Martin in the Fields Chamber Ensemble, 8 pm, $
22 Brecht's Three Penny Opera, directed by Adrian Giurgea, Minor Theater, 8 pm, $

December

2 Hamilton College and Community Oratorio Society, 8 pm, $
5 Choreographers' Showcase, Minor Theater, 8 pm
6 Choreographers' Showcase, Minor Theater, 8 pm
6 Hamilton College Jazz Ensemble, 8 pm
9 Hamilton College Orchestra, 8 pm
12 Directors' Showcase, Minor Theater, 8 pm
13 Directors' Showcase, Minor Theater, 8 pm
13 Student Concert, performances by voice and instrumental students of the Department of Music, 7 pm


GENERAL INFORMATION

All performing events are in Wellin Hall (part of the Schambach Center for Music and the Performing Arts) unless otherwise indicated (see campus map on back for location). The information provided is current as of September 1, but some changes may occur. Please call the numbers listed below for more information. Events which have an admission charge are followed by a $.

Emerson Gallery is located in Christian A. Johnson Hall. Hours: Monday-Friday, 12-5 pm; Saturday-Sunday, 1-5 pm during scheduled exhibitions. Closed national holidays and weekends during June, July and August. All exhibitions and educational events are open to the public, free of charge. The Emerson Gallery is wheelchair accessible. For further information, call the Gallery at (315) 859-4396.

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