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Glancing Back, Dancing Forward

Dept. of Dance
February 2-5, 2017
Power Center for the Performing Arts
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The Winter’s Tale

Dept. of Musical Theatre Studio
February 16-19, 2017
Arthur Miller Theatre
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Mr. Burns, A Post-Electric Play

Dept. of Theatre & Drama
February 16-19, 2017
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
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A Midsummer Night’s Dream

University Opera Theatre
March 23-26, 2017
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
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Insurrection: Holding History

Dept. of Theatre & Drama
March 30-April 9, 2017
Arthur Miller Theatre
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Disney’s The Little Mermaid

Dept. of Musical Theatre
April 13-16, 2017
Power Center for the Performing Arts
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Men’s Glee Club

Men’s Glee Club
April 15, 2017
Hill Auditorium
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Musical Theatre Senior Showcase

Dept. of Musical Theatre
April 30, 2017
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
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Past Events

A Grand Night for Singing

University Vocal Ensembles
September 24, 2016
Hill Auditorium

Scholarship Showcase

School of Music, Theatre & Dance
September 25, 2016
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre

Ah, Wilderness!

Dept. of Theatre & Drama
October 6-16, 2016
Arthur Miller Theatre

The Drowsy Chaperone

Dept. of Musical Theatre
October 13-23, 2016
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre

Band-O-Rama: Welcome Home!

University Bands
October 21, 2016
Hill Auditorium

Halloween Concert

University Orchestras
October 30, 2016
Hill Auditorium

Men’s Glee Club

Men’s Glee Club
November 5, 2016
Hill Auditorium

Roméo et Juliette

University Opera Theatre
November 10-13, 2016
Power Center for the Performing Arts

A Man of No Importance

Dept. of Musical Theatre
November 17-20, 2016
Arthur Miller Theatre

Peter and the Starcatcher

Dept. of Theatre & Drama
December 8-11, 2016
Power Center for the Performing Arts

Collage Concert

School of Music, Theatre & Dance
January 14, 2017
Hill Auditorium

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Don Chisholm Jazz Vocal Masterclass: Sunny Wilkinson

3:00pm, Stearns Building, Cady Room

1/22/2017 @ 3:00 PM
2/19/2017 @ 3:00 PM
3/19/2017 @ 3:00 PM
4/2/2017 @ 3:00 PM

Jazz vocalist Sunny Wilkinson and pianist Ellen Rowe work with U-M jazz vocalists and their accompanists. A well-respected vocal teacher, Sunny Wilkinson is also a versatile jazz singer with a wide range. She started out singing in church choirs, and went to Arizona State University on a choral scholarship, playing trombone and singing with a pop/jazz group on weekends. She discovered jazz during that era and has since sung with the Count Basie Orchestra (as a guest), Rob McConnell’s Boss Brass, Bill Watrous, Marvin Stamm and, most often, with her own small combos. Wilkinson has also worked in the studios, as a background singer, as an educator and has recorded sets for California Breeze and Positive Music in the late ‘80s as a leader. Free - no tickets required

Faculty Recital: Matthew Bengtson, piano

4:30pm, Earl V. Moore Building, Britton Recital Hall

New SMTD piano faculty Matthew Bengtson presents his inaugural solo recital, including Ravel’s Le Tombeau de Couperin, works by Scriabin including the Eighth Sonata, selections from Bolcom’s New Etudes, and works by Chopin. Free - no tickets required

Senior Recital: Robert Kaliati, tuba

5:00pm, Earl V. Moore Building, McIntosh Theatre

PROGRAM: Hindemith - Sonata; Strauss - Nocturno; Bach - Contrapunctus IX; Grant - Three Furies for Solo Tuba; Strauss - Horn Concerto no. 1, op. 11. Free - no tickets required

Faculty Recital: Stephen West, bass-baritone and Kathryn Goodson, piano

7:00pm, Earl V. Moore Building, Britton Recital Hall

Giuseppe Verdi: The Master's "not-so-well-known" Greatest Hits for the Bass Voice

Discover and “become involved with” Verdi’s music in this informal lecture/recital of rarities, presented in musical, historical, and personal context. Free - no tickets required

SMTD@UMMA

7:00pm, Museum of Art

The Star-Spangled Banner: Transformation, Translation, Amnesia & Remembrance

Professor Mark Clague explores how processes of translation and transformation trace the meaning of Francis Scott Key’s 200-year old song in its journey from broadside to victory ballad, protest to national anthem and back again with Laura Becker, curator of African Art, soprano Jennifer Goltz, and others in connection with the exhibition Traces: Reconstructing the History of a Chokwe Mask. Free - no tickets required

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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