1. In the Movement Speaks series, professional dance artists discuss their work as choreographers, researchers, scholars, and performers. This season’s talk features contemporary ballet choreographer Meredith Rainey, along with Colette Krogol and Matt Reeves from the multimedia Orange Grove Dance Company. They will discuss the choreographic process and give a sneak peek of new works they …more

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  1. American University will perform the North American premiere of Arnold Saltzman’s Choral Symphony: Halevi on Sunday, February 24, 2019 at the National Presbyterian Church at 4:30 PM. Completed in 2017, this large-scale composition requires full symphonic orchestra, large chorus, soprano and baritone soloists, and children’s chorus. The American University Symphony Orchestra, Chorus, and Chamber …more

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  2. Pianist Austin Jaffe (Music, Film and Media Arts, '19) presents some of his favorite jazz standards and originals.

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  3. Voice students from Linda Allison's Opera Workshop course present scenes from operas.

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  4. Cast of the DPA production The Government Inspector present a preview of their show.

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  5. When the crooked leaders of a Russian province learn that an undercover inspector from the capital will pay them a surprise visit, a case of mistaken identity sends the town into panic and greed. A sharp satire of stupidity, vulgar self-interest, and political corruption, Nikolai Gogol’s nineteenth-century comedy will feel surprisingly cathartic for American audiences today.
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  6. When the crooked leaders of a Russian province learn that an undercover inspector from the capital will pay them a surprise visit, a case of mistaken identity sends the town into panic and greed. A sharp satire of stupidity, vulgar self-interest, and political corruption, Nikolai Gogol’s nineteenth-century comedy will feel surprisingly cathartic for American audiences today.
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  7. When the crooked leaders of a Russian province learn that an undercover inspector from the capital will pay them a surprise visit, a case of mistaken identity sends the town into panic and greed. A sharp satire of stupidity, vulgar self-interest, and political corruption, Nikolai Gogol’s nineteenth-century comedy will feel surprisingly cathartic for American audiences today.
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  8. When the crooked leaders of a Russian province learn that an undercover inspector from the capital will pay them a surprise visit, a case of mistaken identity sends the town into panic and greed. A sharp satire of stupidity, vulgar self-interest, and political corruption, Nikolai Gogol’s nineteenth-century comedy will feel surprisingly cathartic for American audiences today.
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  9. Music library staff and friends present songs from Beck's Song Reader, an album released only in sheet music.

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  10. DPA faculty member Bill Wielgus (oboe) and student Yannick Joseph (clarinet) present works for oboe and clarinet by Marion Bauer, Paula Piñeiro, and Béla Bartók.

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