Lively Arts Events

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Saturday, October 3, 2020

Recital: Dr. Jim Flowers, Faculty Saxophone

Gorell Recital Hall

This program will feature works by Prokofiev, Yoshimatsu, and IUP Composer John Levey and other faculty members including Dr. Henry Wong Doe, Dr. Kevin Eisensmith, and Dr. Michael Kingan. 

This event is free and open to the public. 

Friday, October 9, 2020

Concert: IUP Symphony Orchestra: Animal Tales

Fisher Auditorium

The IUP Symphony Orchestra, joined by members of the IUP piano studio and faculty soloists, performs Saint-Saëns beloved "Carnival of the Animals" and Chikasaw composer Jerod Tate's "Chokfi", a depiction of the rabbit trickster of Native American legend. 

Sunday, October 11, 2020

Concert: IUP Bands Homecoming: A Fall to Remember

Fisher Auditorium

Homecoming is a special time of year. It is when old friends reconnect and remember what makes what we do special. This afternoon's concert will be a celebration of the music we consider to be good friends, while embracing the opportunity to create lasting friendships of a lifetime. 

Tuesday, October 13, 2020

Recital: Piano Trio

Gorell Recital Hall

The Piano Trio recital will provide works by Charles Stanford and Rebecca Clarke. The members of the trio include Christine Clewell (piano), Colleen Ferguson (violin), and Linda Jennings (cello). 

This event is free admission. 

Saturday, October 17, 2020

"Horn-ebration": The IUP/UNCG Virtual Horn Day 2020 will be divided into hour-long blocks featuring speakers from around the country, leading themed sessions. Time will be allotted at the end of each hour for open discussion and breaks. Participants can be moved between sessions via breakout groups. A website with more details and registration info will be shared shortly. 

Extra Information: Most of these events will be virtual/live streamed - in the event we can have a performance, the IUP Horn ensembles will present some pieces. The rest of the events will be hosted on Zoom, featuring discussion sessions, interactive sessions, and lectures from speakers around the country. The day's events are free and open to the public. 

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