Apr 18

Join Claire, Jason, Deb, and Warren as they discover how magically intertwined all of our lives are while they navigate their past, present, and future in New York City. An energized, uplifting score whirls keenly through this 90-minute performance in the KCPA outdoor amphitheater, showcasing both undergraduate and graduate LTI students.

4:00pm
Other Krannert Center Amphitheatre
Apr 18

Performers: Cadis Ying Jie Lee

Cacie Wilhoft   

Program: Ravel Violin Sonata No. 1 in A Minor, Posthumous (1897) Franck Sonata for Violin and Piano in A Major (1886)

-Intermission-

Lekeu Violin Sonata in G Major (1892)  

5:30pm
Smith Recital Hall - Livestream with limited live audience (Safer Illinois required)
Free Event
Apr 18
5:30pm
Free Event
Apr 18
5:30pm
Smith Memorial Hall, Room 25
Free Event
Apr 19

New Time/Date TBA

8:00pm
Smith Recital Hall - Livestream with limited live audience (Safer Illinois required)
Free Event
Apr 21

Conceptualizing Migration, Memory and Place Through Art
Kevork Mourad, independent artist

REGISTER HERE: https://illinois.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_n6yF1Xp4T2-t1N5V3QhVWg 
Registration Required for this Zoom Event

7:00pm
Livestream Performance
Apr 21

Livestream Link

Anthony Patterson (Piano)   

Program: A Fantasy on the Verdi Opera Rigoletto by Jean Baptiste Arban (1825-1889) Concerto in Eb Major for Trumpet and Orchestra by Franz Josef Haydn (1732-1809)

20 minute Intermission

Concerto for Trumpet and Orchestra by Charles Chaynes (1925-2016)

Places Where Rivers Meet: a Suite for Trumpet in C and Synthesizer by Meg Bowles (b.1957)  

 

8:00pm
Music Building Auditorium - Livestream with limited live audience (Safer Illinois required)
Free Event
Apr 21

Haydn   Piano Sonata Hob.XVI/48 in C major

Chopin   Fantasy in F minor

Bach      Keyboard Partita No.6 in E minor (Toccata, Allemande, Corrente, Air, Sarabande, Tempo di gavotta, Gigue)  

8:00pm
Smith Recital Hall - Livestream with limited live audience (Safer Illinois required)
Free Event

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