Hamilton College's 1997 Spring ArtsSeason begins in January with a stellar array of performing , literary andvisual arts. From award-winning guest artists to the College's own faculty andstudents, the spring season will feature an outstanding showcase ofperformances and exhibits.

Music events include: Hamilton Department of Music vocal and instrumentalfaculty concert (Jan. 28); Malcolm Bilson's all Schubert program on fortepiano(Feb. 8); The Syracuse Symphony Orchestra (Feb. 9); Sol y Canto, a five pieceLatin American band (Feb. 14); Huun Huur Tu, Tuvan throat singers (Feb. 27);Hamilton College Choir (April 4); Japanese Festival Concert (April 5); andJoan of Arc at the Stake with the Hamilton College and CommunityOratorio Society and Hamilton Choir (May 6).

Literary events include: Hamilton faculty reading with Naomi Guttman andReggie Young (Jan. 30); author John Nichols (Feb. 20); Pulitzer Prize-winningauthor Oscar Hijuelos (March 6); Intercollegiate Reading Series (April 5); andpoet Peter Balakian (April 17).

Theatre and Dance performances include: Karen Finley performing AmericanChestnut (Feb. 1); Spring Dance Concert (March 7 and 8); The NationalTheatre of the Deaf (March 9); and Aristophanes' Lysistrata (April17-26).

Emerson Gallery exhibits include: Wake Up Little Susie: Pregnancy and Powerbefore Roe v. Wade, and Warnings (Jan. 13-Feb. 14); PrivateArt/Public Art: Photographs from the Collections of Citibank and Johnson &Johnson (Feb. 24-April 6); Senior Art Projects 1997 (April 21-May 25).

A calendar with complete listings of event dates, times and locations isavailable free of charge from the Hamilton publications office, 315 859-4681.

Contact Information

Media Relations Office

198 College Hill Road 
Clinton, NY 13323
315-859-4680 pr@hamilton.edu
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