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Calendar of Events


Arts

Recyclemania Trashion Show
Open to the Public
Fillius Events Barn Lobby
The Trashion Show will feature student designed outfits made entirely of trash and recyclables. The show is part of Recyclemania, an eight-week program that encourages student to reevaluate their waste and improve recycling.

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Open to the Public
The Hamilton College Choir presents the program from its just completed Italian tour including works by Marenzio, Palestrina, Carissimi, Brahms, Bruckner, Verdi, Poulenc, and Lauridsen.

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Wellin Hall Schambach Center
The Hamilton College Choir presents the program from its just completed Italian tour including works by Marenzio, Palestrina, Carissimi, Brahms, Bruckner, Verdi, Poulenc, and Lauridsen.

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List Art Center 106
Jon West voice studio

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Sadove Student Center 115 Living Room
Come watch your friends and strangers perform stand up comedy sets. You may even laugh! Donations for planned parenthood will be accepted and encouraged, but not required.

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Open to the Public
Chapel
concert for Tumbling After and group from Binghamton

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X - a new play by Marcus Gardley
Open to the Public
Wellin Hall Schambach Center
The assassination of Malcolm X – both the story we think we know and illuminating details that have seldom been shared – is brought to lyrical life in award-winning writer Marcus Gardley’s new play. Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar provides a framewor...

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Tolles Pavilion Annex B
We will be celebrating the Festival de la Candelaria, a traditional Latin American Festival that involves colorful masks and clothing, dancing and eating. We will provide Latin American food and we hope to invite a group to perform a traditional dance for...

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Julius Ceasar
Open to the Public
Wellin Hall Schambach Center
Tackling essential questions about the balance of ambition, personal loyalty, and love of country, Shakespeare’s timeless political masterpiece has never been more relevant. Through the story of Julius Caesar, a rising political star torn down by his most...

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Faculty, Staff and Students Only
Sadove Student Center 115 Living Room
Open to the Public
Wellin Hall Schambach Center
Yarn/Wire is a quartet of two percussionists and two pianists admired for the energy and precision they bring to performances of today’s most adventurous music, including a new composition by Hamilton’s Ryan Carter.

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Student Recital: Eliza Burwell, piano
Open to the Public
Wellin Hall Schambach Center
Eliza Burwell will present a senior solo recital with works by Schubert, Mendelssohn, Scarlatti and others.

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Hamilton College Democrat's Comedy Show
Open to the Public
Fillius Events Barn Lobby
Comedian Langston Kerman will be perform.

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Open to the Public
McEwen Cafe Opus 1
The Jazz Combo gives and informal concert in Café Opus.

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Faculty, Staff and Students Only
Fillius Events Barn Lobby
Francophone Festival

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Spring Theatre Production: Antigonick
Open to the Public
Kennedy Center 211 Romano Flexible Theatre
Antigonick, a modern retelling of this Greek tragedy set in the Oval Office 2017. The play explores Kakocracy: Rule or Goverment by the worst of the people, authoritarianism, misogyny, hubris and resistance. Learn More

Spring Theatre Production: Antigonick
Open to the Public
Kennedy Center 211 Romano Flexible Theatre
Antigonick, a modern retelling of this Greek tragedy set in the Oval Office 2017. The play explores Kakocracy: Rule or Goverment by the worst of the people, authoritarianism, misogyny, hubris and resistance. Learn More

Spring Theatre Production: Antigonick
Open to the Public
Kennedy Center 211 Romano Flexible Theatre
Antigonick, a modern retelling of this Greek tragedy set in the Oval Office 2017. The play explores Kakocracy: Rule or Goverment by the worst of the people, authoritarianism, misogyny, hubris and resistance. Learn More

Fillius Events Barn Lobby
Spring Theatre Production: Antigonick
Open to the Public
Kennedy Center 211 Romano Flexible Theatre
Antigonick, a modern retelling of this Greek tragedy set in the Oval Office 2017. The play explores Kakocracy: Rule or Goverment by the worst of the people, authoritarianism, misogyny, hubris and resistance. Learn More

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