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Manual Cinema
Wellin Hall Schambach Center
Manual Cinema uses classic overhead projectors, humans and silhouettes to create a one-of-a-kind theatre experience that feels like being at an animated movie, but you are seeing everything being constructed frame-by-frame. Set in a landscape of the New England gothic, Ada/Ava uses a story of the fantastic and supernatural to explore mourning and melanc...

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Schambach Center 201
Traditional Fiddle & Banjo Music of Black and Native American Communities:

Multi-instrumentalists Jake Blount '17 and Laurel Premo have joined forces to shine a light upon the traditional fiddle and banjo music of Black and Native American communities. They will present tunes and songs from musicians of color as stripped-down duets on acoustic instr...

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Wellin Hall Schambach Center
Called the “power couple of chamber music,” by the Wall Street Journal, David Finckel (cello) and Wu Han (piano) rank among the most dynamic of today’s classical artists. They are joined by Emerson String Quartet founder, Philip Setzer (violin), for an extraordinary evening of Beethoven’s Trio in E-flat major, op.97 (“Archduke”), and Schubert’s Trio in ...

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Kennedy Center 217 Barrett Lab Theatre
Written by Christopher Durang, directed by Maggie Luddy '20

Helen and John are struggling to raise their newborn child and are doing everything wrong. The play charts the child’s struggle to establish an identity.

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McEwen Cafe Opus 1
Keyboardist Josh Harlow and drummer Emerson Hutton will offer up their own brand of cutting edge jazz, mixed with progressive rock and a bit of psychedelia. 

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Burke Library All-Night Reading Room
Join us for an evening of readings by Claire Nicholson and Mac Doherty

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Kennedy Center 217 Barrett Lab Theatre
Written by Christopher Durang, directed by Maggie Luddy '20

Helen and John are struggling to raise their newborn child and are doing everything wrong. The play charts the child’s struggle to establish an identity.

FREE admission

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Kennedy Center 217 Barrett Lab Theatre
Written by Christopher Durang, directed by Maggie Luddy '20

Helen and John are struggling to raise their newborn child and are doing everything wrong. The play charts the child’s struggle to establish an identity.

FREE admission

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Kennedy Center 217 Barrett Lab Theatre
Written by Christopher Durang, directed by Maggie Luddy '20

Helen and John are struggling to raise their newborn child and are doing everything wrong. The play charts the child’s struggle to establish an identity.

FREE admission

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Wellin Hall Schambach Center
Guest choreographer John Castagna presents UpDown, Bruce Walczyk continues The White Rajahs covering his experiences from southeast Asia and China, and the elements gather for an evening of madness in Sandra Stanton-Cotter’s La Follia with music by Antonio Vivaldi.

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Kennedy Center 217 Barrett Lab Theatre
Written by Christopher Durang, directed by Maggie Luddy '20

Helen and John are struggling to raise their newborn child and are doing everything wrong. The play charts the child’s struggle to establish an identity.

FREE admission

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Wellin Hall Schambach Center
Guest choreographer John Castagna presents UpDown, Bruce Walczyk continues The White Rajahs covering his experiences from southeast Asia and China, and the elements gather for an evening of madness in Sandra Stanton-Cotter’s La Follia with music by Antonio Vivaldi.

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Fillius Events Barn Lobby
Hamilton RARE presents a concert from western massachusetts rapper dj lucas

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Wellin Hall Schambach Center
Heather Buchman coducts the Hamilton College Orchestera in the annual Brainstorm! lecture/concert.

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Wellin Hall Schambach Center
Symphoria returns to Hamilton College with a program that includes Borodin’s In the Steppes of Central Asia, Prokofiev’s Piano Concerto No. 2 in G minor, op. 2, with Natasha Paremski, piano, and Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring. Tickets at www.hamiton.edu/performingarts or (315) 859-4331.

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Wellin Hall Schambach Center
Come join the Hamilton College Choir and College Hill Singers in a musical exploration of pieces that speak to the journey of overcoming obstacles and enduring hardship, all while embracing the beauty of life’s surroundings. Conducted by Jace Saplan, this concert will feature Brahms’ robust Zigeunerlider, Mozart’s triumphant Te Deum, and innovative work...

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Burke Library All-Night Reading Room
Join us for an evening of readings by Reece Thompson and Hunter Lewinski

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Fillius Events Barn Lobby
Trashion Show to celebrate the end of Recyclemania! Students will enter original outfits crafted from recycled materials on campus. 

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Tolles Pavilion A & B (Full Annex)
A presentation of three short pieces, examining technology or gender with movement-based performance. Devised by the performers, tech•no•gender explores overarching questions around the intersections of gender, technology, virtual reality, and performance elements.

Free and open to the public.

Artistic director and lead choreographer ky...

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Tolles Pavilion Annex B
WHCL and Hamilton's Independent Music Fund present our spring concert! Band TBD

Free for Hamilton students

$5 for non-students

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