Coming Up!
  December 2014 
 
  Highlights 
 
 
Department of Theatre and Dance Presents:
 
December 5, 9 and 10 • 7:30 p.m.
December 6 • 2 and 8 p.m.
December 7
• 2 p.m.

Tickets: $15

L. Howard Fox Studio Theater

Directed by Heather Benton

In the hours before New Year's Eve, the members of an upper-class family and their lovers arrive at the summer lake house to find they are not alone. The New York Times called Wintertime “a raucous riff on love in its many permutations.” It combines the pathos of Greek drama, the philosophical musings of Chekhov, the romantic quadrangles of Molière, and the ridiculousness of a French farce. Mee's eclectic theatrical style is as rich in heart and truth as it is in chaos and irreverence.


 
  John J. Cali School of Music Presents:

Enjoy these performances from the Cali School this month(follow links for ticketing information):


Peak Performances Presents:

NPR's
Fro
m the Top Live
With
Host
Christopher O'Riley

 
 
December 13 • 8 p.m.

Tickets: $20*
 
Alexander Kasser Theater

Shanghai Quartet joins concert pianist, and Peak Performances’ favorite, Christopher O’Riley when he returns with a live recording of NPR's From the Top. The Boston Globe called it “an unpretentious mix of the ridiculous and the sublime…[Featuring] an entertaining, accessible and often inspirational mix of outstanding musical performances, informal interviews, skits and games, the show is a celebration of extraordinary musicians who happen to be teenagers leading fairly normal lives.” From the Top at Peak Performances will feature the talents of 16-year-old cellist Chase Park from Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, and 18 year-old violist Jasper Snow, originally from Houston, Texas, and currently a freshman at Juilliard. The two, along with the Shanghai Quartet, will perform a movement from Johannes Brahms' String Sextet in G major. The program a lso features 13-year-old flutist Audrey Emata from Wallingford, Pa.; and brother-sister pianists Ryan Ferguson and Janice Carissa from Surabaya, Indonesia, currently living in Philadelphia. The whole family will enjoy seeing this beloved radio program come together on the stage.
 
*No charge for University-enrolled undergraduates 
  
For more information
about these and additional
College of the Arts' events,
click on the links to your right
 
 
 
 
December 2 • 7-9:30 p.m.
University Hall - Room 1010
Admission free
 
Yale Strom has become the world’s leading ethnographer-artist of klezmer. Strom has directed five award-winning documentary filmsand has composed music for countless others. He will be presenting his recently completed documentary, A Man From Munkacs:The Gypsy Klezmer. __________________________________  All College Events  - Calendar 
(Note: Subject to changes)
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George Segal Gallery - Web page
To December 20: "MSU Works on Paper Collection"

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Dept. of Art and Design - Web page
Art Forum/Art Talks...
Art Forum/Art Talks Web page
MFA Gallery...
December 1-5: Gideon Appah, Belmira Silva
MFA Gallery Web page
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John J. Cali School of Music - Web page
December 5: MSU Opera Workshop
December 6:
MSU Chorale and MSU Singers in Gifts of the Season
December 7: Beatrice Crawford Concert: The Price of Freedom
Complete list of all faculty, student and guest artists' performances.
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Dept. of Theatre and Dance - Web page
December 5-10Chuck Mee's Wintertime
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School of Communication and Media - Web page
Film Forum...
December 2: Yale Strom: Director, Composer, Musician, Writer and Photographer
Film Forum's Web page
Carpe Diem...
Current Carpe Diem episodes
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Peak Performances - Web page
December 13: NPR's From the Top Live

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Creative Research Center - Web Page
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Office of Education and Community Outreach - Web page
To December 18: "Rescue in Budapest Series
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The College of the Arts wishes you
and your
s a very joyous and
hap
py holiday season!
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