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Arts and Performances

Savoyards Ithaca, a local musical theater company, seeks an experienced producer.

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The Next Storm is a dark and humorous look at the impact that the climate crisis has had on our community. Set in the not-so-distant-future, our story follows an ensemble of characters as they face the struggle between apathy, anger, and action. Who’s gets to decide the course forward and what are we willing to sacrifice? What happens when students and bureaucrats, parents and developers, idealists and realist come head to head over the best course toward climate resiliency?

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 Ithaca College African and Drumming Ensemble dedicate performance to  Cortaca victory.

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Saturday, November 23rd
7pm - 10pm
The Haunt

Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door.

Advanced tickets can be purchased in person at The State Theater
Tickets can be purchased online at:
The Haunt
DSP Shows 

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A few more concerts to hear at Whalen before the Thanksgiving break, and then the following week kicks off with more Beethoven...

All concerts open to the public.

All concerts except Cayuga Chamber Orchestra are free admission.

 

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 Three ICSMs, One exhibition...

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The School of Music welcomes this year's Louis K. Thaler Concert Violinist

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The Next Storm is a dark and humorous look at the impact that the climate crisis has had on our community. Set in the not-so-distant-future, our story follows an ensemble of characters as they face the struggle between apathy, anger, and action. Who’s gets to decide the course forward and what are we willing to sacrifice? What happens when students and bureaucrats, parents and developers, idealists and realist come head to head over the best course toward climate resiliency?

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Faculty Piano Recital and Thaler Concert Violinist Series

All concerts free and open to the public.

Full concert calendar at: ithaca.edu/music/events

 

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The ongoing cycle of Beethoven's complete 32 Piano Sonatas presented on campus by IC Piano Faculty, Dr. Charis Dimaras, the students in his piano studio and several of his recent piano alumni in honor of the immortal German master composer's upcoming 250th birth anniversary (on 12/16/2020), resumes next week with Concert III (of a total of 8 that will take place throughout the 2019-2020 academic year). 

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COME 'ROUND RIGHT
work by Mara Baldwin, Director, Handwerker Gallery

November 7 - December 5
Opening Reception: Thursday, November 7, 4:30 - 6:00
Artist Talk: Thursday, November 7, 4:30

Elsie B. Rosefsky Memorial Art Gallery
Fine Arts Building, Room 259
Binghamton State University

All events free and open to the public

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Family Weekend Showcase, Beethoven, and more!

All concerts are free and open to the public

For full concert calendar, visit ithaca.edu/music/events

 

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For the month of November Muller Chapel will be displaying the Shower of Stoles Exhibit. 

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Please join us for a gallery reception showcasing I.C. faculty member Lali Khalid’s recent photographic work, Being Between. The reception is Thursday, November 7th, from 5:00 to 7:00 in Gallery 184 (Bottom floor, Roy H. Park School of Communications, Room 184/185B). Refreshments will be served.

 

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Join us tonight for the latest presentation of the
"After Dinner Mint" Faculty Showcase Recital Series:

A Celebration of Women in Music

Monday, November 4, 7:00pm in the Hockett Family Recital Hall

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Based on the Touchstone Pictures Motion Picture starring Whoopi Goldberg, Sister Act tells the story of Deloris Van Cartier, a nightclub singer, who joins a convent after witnessing a murder. Disguised as a nun, she struggles to change her lifestyle and abide by their strict rules, with hilarious results. Finding her place in the convent´s choir, her dancing and singing talent inspires her fellow sisters to find their voices.

See you there, Sister!

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Kathleen Mulligan (Theatre Arts) recently returned from performing her one-woman show The Belle of Amherst (based on the life and writings of Emily Dickinson) at the Zoukak Theatre in Beirut, Lebanon.

The Belle of Amherst starts a limited run this week as part of the mini festival of one-woman shows, “Listen to Her”, at the Cherry Arts space. 

 

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Happening this week in Whalen...Orchestra, Film, Faculty Showcase, and more!

For full events calendar, visit ithaca.edu/music/events

 

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The cast of The Playboy of the Western World will include faculty members (Greg Bostwick, Dean Robinson, Marc Gomes, Theatre; Kevin Murphy, English) and students (Jahmar Ortiz, Avery Lynch, Lucia Vecchio, Evan Murphy, Eliana Hood, Hannah Thien, Audrey Lang).  Claire Gleitman (faculty, English) directed the reading; Theatre majors Daisy Rudin and Kayla Owen are the assistant director and stage manager, respectively. 

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Desmond Bratton MM '14, David Frumkin '88 and Cantor Abbe Lyons '87 will perform with multifaith ensemble RESONATE Sunday 10/27 at 7pm at Congregation Tikkun v'Or, 2550 N.Triphammer Road. Infusing middle Eastern and cantorial music into folk, rock, blues & jazz sounds, RESONATE's lyrics intertwine spiritual growth with social action. Bill McKibben describes RESONATE's music as "Deep, witty, tuneful - music for our moment and for the long haul."

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