Lively Arts Events

-

Thursday, December 5, 2019

Exhibit: The Longing Ritual

Kipp Gallery, First Floor Sprowls Hall

Throughout his career, the concept of synthesis has been central to Turri’s work. The source material for “The Longing Ritual” series is culled from cyclical rituals: walking through Frick Park, the Homewood Cemetery, the neighborhoods of Squirrel Hill, and Point Breeze where he often records (through photography) the memorable visual moments that he experiences with regularity. The paintings are not traditional landscape paintings; the work is meant to reflect the ever-pervasive presence of the screen and the digital device and its intrusion on the ability for real experience.

Sound Choices: Broadway Extravaganza

Fisher Auditorium, IUP Performing Arts Center

About the Show:

Sound Choices Program

IUP Symphony Orchestra

Dr. Alexandra Dee, Conductor

IUP Music Theater

Drs. Oliver Lo and Evan Englestad, Music Director

Featuring IUP Faculty and students, presenting famous show tunes by Frank Losser, Jason Robert Brown, Stephen Sondheim and more.

Get tickets here.

More information about this event.

Friday, December 6, 2019

Exhibit: The Longing Ritual

Kipp Gallery, First Floor Sprowls Hall

Throughout his career, the concept of synthesis has been central to Turri’s work. The source material for “The Longing Ritual” series is culled from cyclical rituals: walking through Frick Park, the Homewood Cemetery, the neighborhoods of Squirrel Hill, and Point Breeze where he often records (through photography) the memorable visual moments that he experiences with regularity. The paintings are not traditional landscape paintings; the work is meant to reflect the ever-pervasive presence of the screen and the digital device and its intrusion on the ability for real experience.

Saturday, December 7, 2019

Exhibit: The Longing Ritual

Kipp Gallery, First Floor Sprowls Hall

Throughout his career, the concept of synthesis has been central to Turri’s work. The source material for “The Longing Ritual” series is culled from cyclical rituals: walking through Frick Park, the Homewood Cemetery, the neighborhoods of Squirrel Hill, and Point Breeze where he often records (through photography) the memorable visual moments that he experiences with regularity. The paintings are not traditional landscape paintings; the work is meant to reflect the ever-pervasive presence of the screen and the digital device and its intrusion on the ability for real experience.

Recital: IUP String Project Students

Gorell Recital Hall, Second Floor Sutton Hall

The IUP String Project Recital will feature the students of the String Project playing solo and ensemble works.

Free admission.

IUP Holiday Festival of Bands

Fisher Auditorium, IUP Performing Arts Center

The IUP Holiday Festival of Bands present: A Holiday High School Festival of Bands with guest conductor Ricky Fleming of SUNY Buffalo State.

The IUP Symphony Band, under the direction of Jason Worzbyt, and the Wind Ensemble, under the direction of Timothy Paul, will present additional holiday selections.

Get tickets here.

Sunday, December 8, 2019

Exhibit: The Longing Ritual

Kipp Gallery, First Floor Sprowls Hall

Throughout his career, the concept of synthesis has been central to Turri’s work. The source material for “The Longing Ritual” series is culled from cyclical rituals: walking through Frick Park, the Homewood Cemetery, the neighborhoods of Squirrel Hill, and Point Breeze where he often records (through photography) the memorable visual moments that he experiences with regularity. The paintings are not traditional landscape paintings; the work is meant to reflect the ever-pervasive presence of the screen and the digital device and its intrusion on the ability for real experience.

Indiana Community Choir Christmas Concert

DiCicco Hall (Rm. 121), Cogswell Hall

The IUP Community Music School's Indiana Community Choir, under the direction of artistic director and conductor Jon Erik Schreiber, will present its Fall performance as a Christmas concert.  Selections will include several arrangements of traditional carols by Alice Parker and Robert Shaw, as well as Sets I and II of the Alfred Burt Carols. Also featured will be the famous Cantata No. 140, Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme, by J.S. Bach.

Admission: $5 regular; $3 seniors, I-Card holders, students, and children; tickets are cash/check only, available M-F, 12:00–5:00 p.m. Dec. 2–6 at the Performing Arts Center Box Office, and then at the door one hour prior to the performance. For more information, call the Lively Arts at 724-357-2787, or email lively-arts@iup.edu.

An Evening of Readings and Carols

Fisher Auditorium, IUP Performing Arts Center

Join the IUP Chorale, Chamber Singers, and University Choruses for An Evening of Readings and Carols featuring some of the most beautiful music of the season including compositions by Poulenc, Tavener, Bernstein, LaBarr, and Rutter. Following the outline of the beautiful traditional Lessons and Carols services found throughout the holiday season, this concert features sing-alongs of beloved carols, a candlelit procession, and poetic readings by members of the IUP community.

Tickets: $6-$10

GET TICKETS:


Monday, December 9, 2019

Exhibit: The Longing Ritual

Kipp Gallery, First Floor Sprowls Hall

Throughout his career, the concept of synthesis has been central to Turri’s work. The source material for “The Longing Ritual” series is culled from cyclical rituals: walking through Frick Park, the Homewood Cemetery, the neighborhoods of Squirrel Hill, and Point Breeze where he often records (through photography) the memorable visual moments that he experiences with regularity. The paintings are not traditional landscape paintings; the work is meant to reflect the ever-pervasive presence of the screen and the digital device and its intrusion on the ability for real experience.

Student Quintet Recital

Gorell Recital Hall, Second Floor Sutton Hall

This recital features students Allie Gerber, flute, Callan Moyer, oboe, Cas Shetter, bassoon, Jacinda Dowling, horn, and Joshua Snively, clarinet. The program includes works for wind quintet.

Free Admission

Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Exhibit: The Longing Ritual

Kipp Gallery, First Floor Sprowls Hall

Throughout his career, the concept of synthesis has been central to Turri’s work. The source material for “The Longing Ritual” series is culled from cyclical rituals: walking through Frick Park, the Homewood Cemetery, the neighborhoods of Squirrel Hill, and Point Breeze where he often records (through photography) the memorable visual moments that he experiences with regularity. The paintings are not traditional landscape paintings; the work is meant to reflect the ever-pervasive presence of the screen and the digital device and its intrusion on the ability for real experience.

Concert: The Swingles

Gorell Recital Hall, Second Floor Sutton Hall

What better way to get into the holiday spirit than with songs of good cheer brought to you by The Swingles? The unmistakable sound of The Swingles has long been associated with Christmas, and audiences can look forward to music from five decades of holiday releases including their 2015 album ‘Yule Songs Vol. II’. Alongside these seasonal favorites, the program includes select pieces from the group’s year-round touring repertoire. Program to include classic carols, beloved Christmas songs, and more.

For more than half a century, The Swingles have pushed the boundaries of vocal music. The seven young singers that make up today’s London-based group are driven by the same innovative spirit that has defined the five-time Grammy® winners since they first made waves in the 1960s. At a time when a cappella music is more popular than ever, The Swingles are recognized as masters of their craft.

Get tickets here.

More information about this event.

Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Exhibit: The Longing Ritual

Kipp Gallery, First Floor Sprowls Hall

Throughout his career, the concept of synthesis has been central to Turri’s work. The source material for “The Longing Ritual” series is culled from cyclical rituals: walking through Frick Park, the Homewood Cemetery, the neighborhoods of Squirrel Hill, and Point Breeze where he often records (through photography) the memorable visual moments that he experiences with regularity. The paintings are not traditional landscape paintings; the work is meant to reflect the ever-pervasive presence of the screen and the digital device and its intrusion on the ability for real experience.

Indiana, PA Merry TubaChristmas

Indiana Mall

Join tuba and euphonium players from Indiana and surrounding areas for the annual TubaChristmas celebration!

Thursday, December 12, 2019

Exhibit: The Longing Ritual

Kipp Gallery, First Floor Sprowls Hall

Throughout his career, the concept of synthesis has been central to Turri’s work. The source material for “The Longing Ritual” series is culled from cyclical rituals: walking through Frick Park, the Homewood Cemetery, the neighborhoods of Squirrel Hill, and Point Breeze where he often records (through photography) the memorable visual moments that he experiences with regularity. The paintings are not traditional landscape paintings; the work is meant to reflect the ever-pervasive presence of the screen and the digital device and its intrusion on the ability for real experience.

Friday, December 13, 2019

Exhibit: The Longing Ritual

Kipp Gallery, First Floor Sprowls Hall

Throughout his career, the concept of synthesis has been central to Turri’s work. The source material for “The Longing Ritual” series is culled from cyclical rituals: walking through Frick Park, the Homewood Cemetery, the neighborhoods of Squirrel Hill, and Point Breeze where he often records (through photography) the memorable visual moments that he experiences with regularity. The paintings are not traditional landscape paintings; the work is meant to reflect the ever-pervasive presence of the screen and the digital device and its intrusion on the ability for real experience.

Exhibit Closes: The Longing Ritual

Kipp Gallary, First Floor Spowls Hall

Throughout his career, the concept of synthesis has been central to Turri’s work. The source material for “The Longing Ritual” series is culled from cyclical rituals: walking through Frick Park, the Homewood Cemetery, the neighborhoods of Squirrel Hill, and Point Breeze where he often records (through photography) the memorable visual moments that he experiences with regularity.

The paintings are not traditional landscape paintings; the work is meant to reflect the ever-pervasive presence of the screen and the digital device and its intrusion on the ability for real experience.

Friday, December 20, 2019

Crimson Youth Choir Holiday Concert

Blue Room, Sutton Hall

Join the children's choir of the IUP Community Music School, the Crimson Youth Choir, for a concert titled, Home for the Holidays. Presented in a cabaret style with round table seating and refreshments, this fun and heartwarming performance will include a variety of seasonal favorites by the choir, as well as solos by select members. The choir is led by Kye-Won Choi (MFA, 2019).

Admission: $3 General; children 12 and under free; tickets are cash/check only, available 12:00–5:00 p.m. Dec. 9–20 at the performing Arts Center Box Office, and then at the door one hour prior to the performance.

-