Ithaca College Calendar of Events February 13—19
THURSDAY, FEB. 13
“Protochemistries are a Bridge,” a presentation by Roald Hoffman, winner of the 1981 Nobel Prize in Chemistry; 4 p.m., room 112, Center for Natural Sciences.
“Finding Place: Ken-dai-a,” a talk by Pamela Drix, lecturer in the Department of Art; 6 p.m., Handwerker Gallery, Gannet Center.
SATURDAY, FEB. 15
“Tale as Old as Time: Disney in Concert,” an evening of music from the Disney movies, performed by School of Music students and the Voices Multicultural Chorus; 8 p.m., Ford Hall, Whalen Center (admission charged; purchase tickets at taleasoldastime.brownpapertickets.com).
SUNDAY, FEB. 16
Master class with flutist Leone Buyse; 7 p.m., Hockett Family Recital Hall, Whalen Center.
Master class with clarinetist Michael Webster; 7 p.m., Nabenhauer Recital Room, Whalen Center.
Performance by the student a cappella group Voicestream; 8 p.m., Emerson Suites, Phillips Hall.
MONDAY, FEB. 17
Guest flute recital by Leone Buyse, featuring works by Boulenger, Telemann, Honegger, Muczynsky, Chang and Dvorak; 7 p.m., Hockett Family Recital Hall, Whalen Center.
Guest euphonium recital by Donald Palmire; 8:15 p.m., Nabenhauer Recital Room, Whalen Center.
TUESDAY, FEB. 18
Black History Month performance of “Step Afrika!” blending the moves and sounds of South African dance with U.S. stepping; 8 p.m., Emerson Suites, Phillips Hall (free but tickets required; e-mail email@example.com to reserve).
Ithaca College Theatre performance of the opéra bouffe “L’etoile,” in which love triumphs over adversity; 8 p.m., Hoerner Theatre, Dillingham Center (admission charged).
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 19
Saxophone Studio recital, conducted by Steven Mauk, featuring works by Mozart, Glazounov, Glass, Shaut, Howland and others; 8:15 p.m., Hockett Family Recital Hall, Whalen Center.
“Aerial Reconnaissance,” an exhibit of large-scale mixed media drawings by Carla Stetson exploring topics such as wind and water currents, glacial melting and planetary movement; and “Your Margins, Your Rivers, Your Diminutive Villages,” an exhibit of works by Patte Loper featuring site-specific drawings and sculptures guided by surrealist automatism; running through Mar. 7, Handwerker Gallery, Gannett Center. The gallery is open Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 10 a.m.–6 p.m.; Thursday, 10 a.m.–9 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, noon–5 p.m.
ALL EVENTS ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED.