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  • Theatre adapts, reflects, and, most importantly, survives. The industry is no stranger to abrupt, closure when the unexpected happens. Shakespeare himself lived through several recurrences of the plague, writing through quarantine restrictions, and imagining the new stories, characters, and worlds that would go on to be celebrated for hundreds of years.

  • A crowd-pleasing performance of funky new tunes made Wellin Hall swing back in September. The Jazz Kick Off Concert took place on Sept. 11.

  • This week’s Hamilton Encore features the Hamilton College Saxophone Ensemble performing the toe-tapping tune “Blister in the Sun,” arranged by saxophonist Tyler Boudreau ’20. The Sax Ensemble is part of the music department’s chamber ensemble program and is directed by Monk Rowe, the Joe Williams Director of the Jazz Archive and lecturer in saxophone.

  • Next in Hamilton’s Encore series of student performances is a May, 2019, concert by the Hamilton College Orchestra.

  • Our student musicians share their talents regularly at concerts. And although we can’t enjoy these performances live and in-person, we can take a look back and appreciate these gifted students’ work through Hamilton Encore. Each week, we’ll post a YouTube video of a recent student performance.

  • Associate Professor of Theatre Mark Cryer will play the role of Gloucester in the Saratoga Shakespeare Company’s production of King Lear.

  • The Hamilton College Department of Dance and Movement Studies will present its annual Spring Dance Concert on Friday, March 8, and Saturday, March 9, at 7:30 p.m., in Wellin Hall.

  • The Hamilton College Theatre Department presents the Fall Theater Production, King Stag, written by Carlo Gozzi and directed by Professor of Theatre Craig Latrell.

  • The Hamilton College Department of Dance and Movement Studies will present its annual Spring Dance Concert on Saturday, March 3, at 7:30 p.m., in Wellin Hall.

  • Multi-instrumentalists Jake Blount ’17 returned to Hamilton’s Schambach Center with fellow musician Laurel Premo to present a program of traditional fiddle and banjo music of Black and Native American communities.


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