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Fine Arts Events Calendar 2014-2015

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August 2014

August 28 – October 10

Department of Art Alumni Exhibition

Many former students of the Department of Art have been prolific in maintaining an active pursuit of the visual arts in their lives. The department is honored to present a sampling of works by alumni who have developed an extensive record of professional artistic activity over several years. Participants include Kelly Hider, Knoxville, TN; John Archer, Rochester, NY; Cheryl Hungerford, Spencerport, NY, and others.

August 28 – October 10
Opening Reception: Thursday, August 28, 4–6 pm
Tower Fine Arts Center Gallery

Free
Click here for Gallery Hours and parking information.

SEPTEMBER 2014

Through October 10

Department of Art Alumni Exhibition

Many former students of the Department of Art have been prolific in maintaining an active pursuit of the visual arts in their lives. The department is honored to present a sampling of works by alumni who have developed an extensive record of professional artistic activity over several years. Participants include Kelly Hider, Knoxville, TN; John Archer, Rochester, NY; Cheryl Hungerford, Spencerport, NY, and others.

Through October 10
Tower Fine Arts Center Gallery

Free
Click here for Gallery Hours and parking information.

September 4 and 5

THE DUETS PROJECT

A curated evening of works exploring the duet form, choreographed by guest artists and performed by Western New York dance faculty and guests.

Please be advised that the final piece of the concert contains partial nudity.

Thursday, September 4 at 7:30pm
Friday, September 5 at 4:00 and 7:30pm
Hartwell Dance Theater

$16, $11 (Seniors, Alumni, Faculty and Staff), or $8.50 (Students)
Click here to purchase tickets.


September 11 – 13

DANCE/Strasser

These student works engage the audience as a part of the performance process, especially as they surround the dancers on three sides. The talkbacks that follow the Thursday and Saturday showings allow dance lovers to hear about the choreographers’ creative process, and to talk directly with them.

September 11- 13
Thursday – Saturday Evenings at 7:30 pm
Rose L. Strasser Studio, Hartwell Hall

$16 • $11 Seniors, Alumni, Faculty and Staff • $8.50 Students
Click here to purchase tickets.
Post-performance discussions follow the Thursday and Saturday evening performances.

September 12

Eastman Jazz Quartet

"... solid, swinging rhythms." - City Newspaper

Jeff Campbell, Harold Danko, Clay Jenkins, and Rich Thompson – four professors from the Eastman School of Music – share some cool rhythms to welcome the fall. Not willing to let music stagnate, they are constantly looking for ways to innovate.

Thursday, September 12 at 7:30 pm
Tower Fine Arts Center Mainstage

$16, $11 (Seniors, Alumni, Faculty and Staff), or $8.50 (Students)
Click here to purchase tickets.

September 22

Monday Nights with the RPO

Each semester, musicians from the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra are invited to campus to discuss their lives aso a contemporary classical musician.

This semester's theme is "Contemporary Trends in Classical Music." Each guest musician will not only demonstrate their instrument, but will also speak about how and why making music has changed for them.

Tonight's Guest: Jeffrey Campbell, RPO bassist, discussing jazz and orchestral music.

Monday, September 22 at 6:30 pm
Tower Fine Arts Center, Room 120

Free

September 25

Stage Whispers:Conversations with Theatre Professionals

As part of the Department of Theatre and Music Studies’ alliance with Geva Theatre Center, this series of interactive panels allows attendees to discover various aspects of making theatre.

Thursday, September 25 at 10 am
Tower Fine Arts Center Black Box Theatre

Free

OCTOBER 2014

Through October 10

Department of Art Alumni Exhibition

Many former students of the Department of Art have been prolific in maintaining an active pursuit of the visual arts in their lives. The department is honored to present a sampling of works by alumni who have developed an extensive record of professional artistic activity over several years. Participants include Kelly Hider, Knoxville, TN; John Archer, Rochester, NY; Cheryl Hungerford, Spencerport, NY, and others.

Through October 10
Tower Fine Arts Center Gallery

Free
Click here for Gallery Hours and parking information.

October 3 – 5 and 16 – 18

Censored on Final Approach by Phylis Ravel

“... rife with suspense...” – The New York Times

During World War II, the few female pilots -- WASPs, or Women Airforce Service Pilots -- were barely tolerated by the military brass, which made the deaths of two WASPs on training missions both shocking and suspicious. Were they accidental, or caused by foul play? The service of these civilian women remained a forgotten chapter of history until it was acknowledged by President Carter, 30 years after their last military flights.

October 3 – 5 and 16 – 18
Thursday, Friday, Saturday Evenings at 7:30 pm
Sunday Matinee at 2 pm
Tower Fine Arts Center Mainstage

$16, $11 (Seniors, Alumni, Faculty and Staff), or $8.50 (Students)
Click here to purchase tickets.

October 6

Monday Nights with the RPO

Each semester, musicians from the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra are invited to campus to discuss their lives aso a contemporary classical musician.

This semester's theme is "Contemporary Trends in Classical Music." Each guest musician will not only demonstrate their instrument, but will also speak about how and why making music has changed for them.

Tonight's Guest:
Wesley Nance, trumpet, discussing orchestral music and his own compositiions.
Mr. Nance was originally scheduled for October 27.

Monday, October 6 at 6:30 pm
Tower Fine Arts Center, Room 120

Free

October 9

Brockport Symphony Orchestra

"An Evening of Latin and Iberian Music"

The Brockport Symphony Orchestra at The College at Brockport was founded in 2010 by Jonathan Allentoff and Dr. William Hullfish. The orchestra proudly carries on the college’s rich musical legacy. The orchestra is comprised of students, faculty, staff, community players, and professional musicians who share a love of music.

Thursday, October 9 at 7:30 pm
Seymour College Union Ballroom

Suggested donation: $3

October 16 – 18

DANCE/Hartwell

The athleticism and dynamism presented in these breathtaking and inspirational student works is the culmination of months of studio work, embodying intensive immersion in the creative process.

October 16 – 18
Thursday – Saturday Evenings at 7:30 pm
Hartwell Dance Theater

$16, $11 (Seniors, Alumni, Faculty and Staff), or $8.50 (Students)
Click here to purchase tickets.

October 22

Brockport Ensembles Concert

A concert featuring the various musical ensembles from the Department of Theatre and Music Studies, including the Xylophone Ensemble, the Clarinet Ensemble, the Jazz Ensemble and the Saxophone Ensemble, amongst others.

Wednesday, October 22, at 7:30 pm
Tower Fine Arts Center Mainstage

Suggested donation: $3

October 23 – December 7

Monroe and Vicinity Biennial:
Drawing on Walls

In the last two decades, street art (aka graffiti) has morphed from an illegal activity into a legitimate and sought after gallery and museum presentation. In this installment of Monroe and Vicinity, we have invited a broad spectrum of regional artists to "tag" our walls. Participants include High Voltage Tattoo, Batavia, NY; Natrello, Rochester; NY, and others.

October 23 – December 7
Opening Reception: Thursday, October 23, 4–7 pm
Tower Fine Arts Center Gallery

Free
Click here for Gallery Hours and parking information.

October 24

Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra

From ancient Persia to a bicycle that flies past the full moon; from a ghostly Scandinavian harbor to sunny Spain; from a fantastical garden inspired by Mother Goose to the Wild, Wild West, the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra will play a program at The College at Brockport that is appropriately titled “Exotic Adventures.”

For more than 90 years, the RPO has been one of the cornerstones of both the arts in our community and the community itself. Its commitment to Rochester, to new music and to artistic excellence is unparalleled. In addition to its annual concert, the RPO has a presence on campus throughout the year, providing course instructors and guest lecturers.

PLEASE NOTE: Parking Lot G, closest to the Tower Performing Arts Center, will be closed to the public during this concert. Please park in Lots F or H, across the street from Tower, or in Lot D-1, about one block away.

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UPDATE: This concert is SOLD OUT!

Friday, October 24, 7:30 pm
Tower Fine Arts Center Mainstage

$16, $11 (Seniors, Alumni, Faculty and Staff), or $8.50 (Students)
Click here to purchase tickets

October 27

Monday Nights with the RPO

Each semester, musicians from the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra are invited to campus to discuss their lives aso a contemporary classical musician.

This semester's theme is "Contemporary Trends in Classical Music." Each guest musician will not only demonstrate their instrument, but will also speak about how and why making music has changed for them.

Tonight's Guest:
Nancy Boone-Bahr, saxophone, discussing jazz, orchestral music, and playing for Broadway shows.
Ms. Boone-Bahr was originally scheduled for October 6.

Monday, October 27 at 6:30 pm
Tower Fine Arts Center, Room 120

Free

October 30 – November 2

Harlequins Student Theatre Organization:

Fall Production:

Thursday – Saturday, October 30 - November 1 at 7:30pm
Sunday, November 2 at 2pm

Tower Fine Arts Center Black Box Theatre
Tickets: Brockport Student Government
Box Office: (585) 395-2487

NOVEMBER 2014

Through December 7

Monroe and Vicinity Biennial:
Drawing on Walls

In the last two decades, street art (aka graffiti) has morphed from an illegal activity into a legitimate and sought after gallery and museum presentation. In this installment of Monroe and Vicinity, we have invited a broad spectrum of regional artists to "tag" our walls. Participants include High Voltage Tattoo, Batavia, NY; Natrello, Rochester; NY, and others.

Through December 7
Tower Fine Arts Center Gallery

Free
Click here for Gallery Hours and parking information.

November 6

Stage Whispers: Conversations with Theatre Professionals

As part of the Department of Theatre and Music Studies’ alliance with Geva Theatre Center, this series of interactive panels allows attendees to discover various aspects of making theatre.

Thursday, November 6 at 10 am
Tower Fine Arts Center Black Box Theatre

Free

November 13 - 15

DANSCORE

According to City Newspaper, the influence of the Department of Dance “ripples far outside Rochester’s borders.” These concerts, in which an internationally renowned faculty sets works on students — or themselves — proves that the department is an “incubator for regional and national dance talent.”

Thursday and Friday, November 13 and 14 at 7:30 pm
Hartwell Dance Theater
and
Saturday, November 15, 2014 at 7:30 pm
Hochstein Performance Hall
50 North Plymouth Avenue, Rochester
A reception will follow this performance

Only cash and checks will be accepted at the door for the Saturday performance.

$16, $11 (Seniors, Alumni, Faculty and Staff), or $8.50 (Students)
Click here to purchase tickets.

November 17

Monday Nights with the RPO

Each semester, musicians from the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra are invited to campus to discuss their lives aso a contemporary classical musician.

This semester's theme is "Contemporary Trends in Classical Music." Each guest musician will not only demonstrate their instrument, but will also speak about how and why making music has changed for them.

Tonight's Guest:
Jillian Pritchard, percussion, discussing percussion ensembles, including avant-garde music.

Monday, November 17 at 6:30 pm
Tower Fine Arts Center, Room 120

Free

November 21 – 23 and December 4 – 6

The Cripple of Inishmaan by Martin McDonagh

“… outrageously funny...” – The New York Times
                               

When a Hollywood director visits a remote Irish island to make a film, crippled, orphaned Billy dreams of making it big on the silver screen. His departure gives fuel to the town gossipmonger, who proves – in many ways, in this darkly comic tale – that gossip is never the best source of the truth, especially where the demise of Billy’s parents is concerned.

November 21 – 23 and December 4 – 6
Thursday, Friday, Saturday evenings at 7:30 pm
Sunday matinee at 2 pm
Tower Fine Arts Center Mainstage

$16, $11 (Seniors, Alumni, Faculty and Staff), or $8.50 (Students)
Click here to purchase tickets.

November 21 and 22

New Dancers Showcase

November 21 and 22
Friday and Saturday, November 21 and 22 at 7:30 pm
Rose L. Strasser Studio, Hartwell Hall

Donations to the Friends of Brockport Dance scholarship fund accepted at the door.

DECEMBER 2014

Through December 7

Monroe and Vicinity Biennial:
Drawing on Walls

In the last two decades, street art (aka graffiti) has morphed from an illegal activity into a legitimate and sought after gallery and museum presentation. In this installment of Monroe and Vicinity, we have invited a broad spectrum of regional artists to "tag" our walls. Participants include High Voltage Tattoo, Batavia, NY; Natrello, Rochester; NY, and others.

Through December 7
Tower Fine Arts Center Gallery

Free
Click here for Gallery Hours and parking information.

December 3 and 4

Dime-a-Dance

Wednesday and Thursday at 7:30 pm
December 3 and 4
Rose L. Strasser Studio, Hartwell Hall

Donations accepted at the door.

December 4 – 6

The Cripple of Inishmaan by Martin McDonagh

“… outrageously funny...” – The New York Times
                               

When a Hollywood director visits a remote Irish island to make a film, crippled, orphaned Billy dreams of making it big on the silver screen. His departure gives fuel to the town gossipmonger, who proves – in many ways, in this darkly comic tale – that gossip is never the best source of the truth, especially where the demise of Billy’s parents is concerned.

December 4 – 6
Thursday, Friday, Saturday evenings at 7:30 pm
Tower Fine Arts Center Mainstage

$16, $11 (Seniors, Alumni, Faculty and Staff), or $8.50 (Students)
Click here to purchase tickets.

December 5

Brockport Ensembles Concert

A concert featuring the various musical ensembles from the Department of Theatre and Music Studies, including the Xylophone Ensemble, the Clarinet Ensemble, the Jazz Ensemble and the Saxophone Ensemble, amongst others.

Friday, December 5 at 3 pm
Tower Black Box Theatre

Suggested donation: $3

December 6 - NEW DATE!

Brockport Symphony Orchestra

"Saturday Matinee at the Movies: A Holiday Celebration"

The Brockport Symphony Orchestra at The College at Brockport was founded in 2010 by Jonathan Allentoff and Dr. William Hullfish. The orchestra proudly carries on the college’s rich musical legacy. The orchestra is comprised of students, faculty, staff, community players, and professional musicians who share a love of music.

Saturday, December 6, at 4 pm
(This concert was originally scheduled for Tuesday, December 2)
Seymour College Union Ballroom
Suggested donation: $3

December 7

Sounds of the Season

Celebrate the holidays with song.

Sunday, December 7 at 7:30 pm
Seymour College Union Ballroom
$5 at the door

JANUARY 2015

January 27 – February 22

The Next:
A Studio Glass Movement Continuum

After the first 50 years of the Studio Glass Movement, what comes next? This exhibition, curated by glass artist and adjunct faculty member Eunsuh Choi, brings together the work of various regional artists shaping the future of glass as art.

January 27 – February 22
Opening Reception: Tuesday, January 27, 4–6 pm
Tower Fine Arts Center Gallery

Free
Click here for Gallery Hours and parking information.

FEBRUARY 2015

January 27 – February 22

The Next:
A Studio Glass Movement Continuum

After the first 50 years of the Studio Glass Movement, what comes next? This exhibition, curated by glass artist and adjunct faculty member Eunsuh Choi, brings together the work of various regional artists shaping the future of glass as art.

January 27 – February 22
Tower Fine Arts Center Gallery

Free
Click here for Gallery Hours and parking information.

February 6

Professors Performing: A Brockport Faculty Concert

The College’s music professors are putting down their batons, and sharing their talents with the Brockport community. From guitar to piano, vocals to percussion, winds to brass, you’ll enjoy individual performances as well as a finale that brings all of their gifts together.

Friday, February 6 at 7:30 pm
Tower Fine Arts Center Mainstage

$16, $11 (Seniors, Alumni, Faculty and Staff), or $8.50 (Students)
Click here to purchase tickets.

February 2015

Student Dance Organization Guest Artist

A residency and performances featuring one of the dance world’s most exciting contemporary troupes.

February 2015
Hartwell Dance Theater
Tickets: Brockport Student Government
Box Office:(585)395-2487

February 19 – 21

Dance Awareness Days

Thursday – Saturday, February 19 – 21
Hartwell classrooms, studios and Dance Theater

Free
Participants must be at least 16 years old.

February 21

DanceWorks

A concert of student choreography and performance sponsored by the Student Dance Organization.

Saturday, February 21 at 3 and 7:30 pm
Tower Black Box Theatre
Tickets: Brockport Student Government
Box Office: (585) 395-2487

February 27 – March 1 and March 5 - 7

Festival of Ten IX

“…sophisticated, diverse and fulfilling theater.” – Democrat and Chronicle

For this ninth biennial program of ten 10-minute plays, a record number of nearly 600 plays were submitted, including entries from as far away as New Zealand. It’s not only playwrights who are drawn to the format; audiences are, too, as they can see fully realized productions that typically run the gamut from tense drama to laugh-out-loud funny.

February 27 – March 1 and March 5 - 7
Thursday, Friday, Saturday Evenings at 7:30 pm
Saturday Matinees at 2 pm
Tower Fine Arts Center Mainstage

$16, $11 (Seniors, Alumni, Faculty and Staff), or $8.50 (Students)
Click here to purchase tickets.

For information regarding the Playwrights Symposium, please contact the Department of Theatre and Music Studies at (585) 395-2496. Separate registration is required for the Playwrights Symposium.

MARCH 2015

March 1 and March 5 - 7

Festival of Ten IX

“…sophisticated, diverse and fulfilling theater.” – Democrat and Chronicle

For this ninth biennial program of ten 10-minute plays, a record number of nearly 600 plays were submitted, including entries from as far away as New Zealand. It’s not only playwrights who are drawn to the format; audiences are, too, as they can see fully realized productions that typically run the gamut from tense drama to laugh-out-loud funny.

March 1
Sunday Matinee at 2 pm
and March 5 - 7
Thursday, Friday, Saturday Evenings at 7:30 pm
Tower Fine Arts Center Mainstage

$16, $11 (Seniors, Alumni, Faculty and Staff), or $8.50 (Students)
Click here to purchase tickets.

For information regarding the Playwrights Symposium, please contact the Department of Theatre and Music Studies at (585) 395-2496. Separate registration is required for the Playwrights Symposium.

March 3 - 29

Gendered Journeys:
Art and Activism by Melissa Potter and Miriam Schaer

The works by Potter and Schaer, colleagues at Columbia College Chicago, embrace feminist activism for women’s basic rights to safety as well as advocacy for female craft artisans, whose skills are endangered, underpaid and under-recognized.

Monday, March 3 - 29
Opening Reception: Tuesday, March 3, 4 - 6 pm
Tower Fine Arts Center Gallery

Free
Click here for Gallery Hours and parking information.

March 5

Stage Whispers: Conversations with Theatre Professionals

As part of the Department of Theatre and Music Studies’ alliance with Geva Theatre Center, this series of interactive panels allows attendees to discover various aspects of making theatre.

Monday, March 5 at 10 am
Tower Fine Arts Center Black Box Theatre

Free

March 5 – 7

DANCE/Strasser

These student works engage the audience as a part of the performance process, especially as they surround the dancers on three sides. The talkbacks that follow the Thursday and Saturday showings allow dance lovers to hear about the choreographers’ creative process, and to talk directly with them.

March 5 – 7
Thursday - Saturday Evenings at 7:30 pm
Rose L. Strasser Studio, Hartwell Hall
Post-performance discussions follow the Thursday and Saturday evening performances.

$16, $11 (Seniors, Alumni, Faculty and Staff), or $8.50 (Students)
Click here to purchase tickets.

March 25

Brockport Ensembles Concert

A concert featuring the various musical ensembles from the Department of Theatre and Music Studies, including the Xylophone Ensemble, the Clarinet Ensemble, the Jazz Ensemble and the Saxophone Ensemble, amongst others.

Wednesday, March 25 at 7:30 pm
Tower Fine Arts Center Mainstage
Suggested Donation: $3

March 27

Maria Zemantauski, flamenco guitar

"...the Capital Region's best guitarist" - Metroland

One of few female flamenco guitarists – and one of even fewer female flamenco composers – Zemantauski revels in the passion and power of Spanish folk music. Together with percussionist Brian Melick, they will highlight the improvisational aspect of their music, sometimes blending genres that you would not think could share the same program, but do so… brilliantly.

Monday, March 27 at 7:30 pm
Tower Fine Arts Center Mainstage

$16, $11 (Seniors, Alumni, Faculty and Staff), or $8.50 (Students)
Click here to purchase tickets.

APRIL 2015

April 9 – 11

DANCE/Hartwell

The athleticism and dynamism presented in these breathtaking and inspirational student works is the culmination of months of studio work, embodying intensive immersion in the creative process.

April 9 – 11
Thursday – Saturday Evenings at 7:30 pm
Hartwell Dance Theater

$16, $11 (Seniors, Alumni, Faculty and Staff), or $8.50 (Students)
Click here to purchase tickets.

April 9 –12

Harlequins Student Theatre Organization

Spring Production:
Thursday – Saturday, April 9 – 11, at 7:30 pm
Sunday, April 12 at 2 pm

Tower Fine Arts Center Black Box Theatre
Tickets: Brockport Student Government
Box Office: (585) 395-2487

April 10 – May 3

Annual Student Art Exhibition

The pinnacle of our exhibition season, and the most anticipated by students and faculty, this is our celebration of our students’ artistic achievements for the current academic year

April 10 – May 3
Opening Reception: Friday, April 10, 7–9 pm
Tower Fine Arts Center Gallery

Free
Click here for Gallery Hours and parking information.

April 16

Stage Whispers: Conversations with Theatre Professionals

As part of the Department of Theatre and Music Studies’ alliance with Geva Theatre Center, this series of interactive panels allows attendees to discover various aspects of making theatre.

Thursday, April 16th at 10 am
Tower Fine Arts Center Black Box Theatre

Free

April 24 - 26 and April 30 - May 2

Loose Ends by Michael Weller

"absorbing and funny..." - The New York Times

It is 1970, the dawn of the “me” decade, when Paul and Susan fall in love. As the decade ensues, we see their relationship blossom – and wither – as the choices they make, influenced by the freewheeling 1960s, eventually give way to some harsh realities as the 80s loom.

April 24 – 26 and April 30 – May 2
Thursday, Friday, Saturday Evenings at 7:30 pm
Sunday Matinee at 2 pm
Tower Fine Arts Center Mainstage

$16, $11 (Seniors, Alumni, Faculty and Staff), or $8.50 (Students)
Click here to purchase tickets.

April 30 - May 3

Sankofa African Dance and Drum Ensemble

Simply put, Sankofa is a phenomenon. Infectious Afro/Caribbean/Latin rhythms and vitality flow from dancer to drummer to audience member, making this a fitting finale to the dance season. These shows sell out quickly, so purchase your tickets early.

April 30 – May 3
Thursday – Saturday Evenings at 7:30 pm
Saturday and Sunday Matinees at 2 pm
Hartwell Dance Theater

$16, $11 (Seniors, Alumni, Faculty and Staff), or $8.50 (Students)
Click here to purchase tickets.

MAY 2015

Through May 3

Annual Student Art Exhibition

The pinnacle of our season, and the most anticipated by students and faculty, this adjudicated exhibition is our celebration of our students' artistic achievements for the current academic year.

Through May 3
Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony: April 10, 7 – 9 pm
Tower Fine Arts Center Gallery

Free
Click here for Gallery Hours and parking information.

May 1 and 2

Loose Ends by Michael Weller

absorbing and funny..." - The New York Times

It is 1970, the dawn of the “me” decade, when Paul and Susan fall in love. As the decade ensues, we see their relationship blossom – and wither – as the choices they make, influenced by the freewheeling 1960s, eventually give way to some harsh realities as the 80s loom.

May 1 and 2
Friday and Saturday Evenings at 7:30 pm
Tower Fine Arts Center Mainstage

$16, $11 (Seniors, Alumni, Faculty and Staff), or $8.50 (Students)
Click here to purchase tickets.

May 1 - May 3

Sankofa African Dance and Drum Ensemble

Simply put, Sankofa is a phenomenon. Infectious Afro/Caribbean/Latin rhythms and vitality flow from dancer to drummer to audience member, making this a fitting finale to the dance season. These shows sell out quickly, so purchase your tickets early.

May 1 – May 3
Friday and Saturday Evenings at 7:30 pm
Saturday and Sunday Matinees at 2 pm
Hartwell Dance Theater

$16, $11 (Seniors, Alumni, Faculty and Staff), or $8.50 (Students)
Click here to purchase tickets.

May 6 and 7

Dime-a-Dance

Wednesday and Thursday at 7:30pm
May 6 and 7
Rose L. Strasser Studio, Hartwell Hall
Donations accepted at the door.

May 8

Brockport Ensemble Concert

A concert featuring the various musical ensembles from the Department of Theatre and Music Studies, including the Xylophone Ensemble, the Clarinet Ensemble, the Jazz Ensemble and the Saxophone Ensemble, amongst others.

Friday, May 8 at 3 pm
Tower Fine Arts Center Black Box Theatre

Suggested Donation: $3

May 9

Selections from
Porgy and Bess in concert

"This is a great American opera..." - Chicago Tribune

George Gershwin’s masterpiece is chock full of songs that are familiar to most everyone: “Summertime,” “It Ain’t Necessarily So,” “Bess, You is My Woman Now,” “I Got Plenty o’ Nothin’.” The Brockport College-Community Chorus in tandem with the Brockport Symphony Orchestra, along with guest artists, will perform selections from this soaring score. If last season’s Carmina Burana is any indication, this will be a must-see event!

Saturday, May 9 at 7:30 pm
Tower Fine Arts Center Mainstage
$16, $11 (Seniors, Alumni, Faculty and Staff), or $8.50 (Students)
Click here to purchase tickets.

May 15

Graduation Dances

Friday, May 15
6:30 and 8 pm
Hartwell Dance Theater
Donations to the Friends of Brockport Dance scholarship fund accepted at the door.

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