Gorell Recital Hall
The IUP Symphony Orchestra and their new conductor, Alexandra Dee, perform masterpieces of French music, including works by Bizet, Ravel, Offenbach, and Le Chevalier de Saint-Georges - an 18th century composer, violinist, and fencing champion dubbed the "Black Mozart."
University Museum & The Blue Room, First Floor Sutton Hall
Dust off your platform shoes and polyester suits. It's a Celebration of an era. It's the University Museum's annual benefit celebration featuring visual art, live entertainment, and culinary artistry. Reservations are required and period dress is encouraged with more details to come.
Gorell Recital Hall, 2nd Floor Sutton Hall
recital of new and standard solo works for the tuba.
DiCicco Hall, 121 Cogswell Hall
Students from the IUP Tuba and Euphonium Studio perform solo repertoire as part of 2019 OcTUBAfest.
Gorell Recital Hall, Second Floor Sutton Hall
With all the mysticism and allure of their native lands, Niyaz
seamlessly blends ancient Sufi poetry and folk songs from the Middle
East to India, with rich, acoustic instrumentation and state-of-the-art
modern electronics. This immersive multi-media experience is a natural evolution
for a group who is always aiming to redefine the boundaries of
tradition in order to unite people from different cultural and spiritual
backgrounds through our shared humanity. Led by front
woman Azam Ali whose Iranian heritage and Indian upbringing have formed
a bewitching singer of richly textured proportions, Niyaz is not
limited by tradition. With four best-selling and critically acclaimed
albums, their music has been featured in several major Hollywood film
and television scores, including “The Matrix,” “Prince of Persia,”
“Thor: The Dark World,” “True Blood,” and “Bones,” to name only a few.
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Gorell Recital Hall, 2nd Floor Sutton Hall
The IUP Tubaphonium Ensemble performs its annual OcTUBAfest concert of ensemble works for tuba and euphonium.
Gorell Recital Hall
The Keystone Chamber Winds, a faculty and student ensemble in the IUP Department of Music, will present a concert featuring the music of the Franz Krommer, Fisher Tull, and Reynaldo Hahn
Waller Hall Mainstage Theater
A new adaptation of Wedekind’s classic, The Awakening of Spring is the coming of age story of a group of teenagers navigating sexual self-discovery, gender identity, and the casualties that result from the pressure of parents, professors, and
IUP welcomes Dr. Elisabeth Shafer, visiting professor of trombone at University of Akron. She will be performing a recital of music for trombone and piano.
Associate Professor of Piano at Elizabethtown College, Dr. Justin Badgerow will present a solo piano recital entitled "Reminiscences of Brazil". The program will include works by Villa_Lobos, Milhaud, Mignone and Gondim.
This concert will present the IUP saxophone studio in chamber and large ensembles performing classical and jazz works and some spooky Halloween music.
Waller Hall Mainstage, IUP Performing Arts Center
About the Show:
new adaptation of Wedekind's classic, The Awakening of Spring is the
coming of age story of a group of teenagers navigating sexual
self-discovery, gender identity, and the casualties that result from the
pressure of parents, professors, and peers. TICKET INFORMATION:
will be available beginning August 26, 2019. Patrons with mobility disabilities needing accessible seating,
please call the Lively Arts Business to acquire your tickets.
Regular Tickets ….. $15
60+, Military, Non-Student I-Card Holders ….. $12
IUP Student, 18 & Under ….. $10
Group Rate: Special pricing for groups of 15 or more.
Please call the Lively Arts Business Office at 724-357-2787.
Tickets can be purchased:**
Online (Link will be available August 26.)
By Phone by call 724-357-1313 during the Lively Arts Ticket Office
In Person at the Lively Arts Ticket Office
Night of Show at the Lively Arts Ticket Office
beginning one hour before the show
*Discounted Tickets must be purchased in person at the Lively Arts
License, Military Card, or I-Card must be presented to receive discount.
**Ticket Fees of $3 per ticket
are applied to purchases made online, by phone, and in person on the day and
night of show.
avoid ticket fees, please purchase your tickets at the Lively Arts Ticket
Office the day before the show or earlier.
TICKET OFFICE INFORMATION:
Lively Arts Ticket Office is located in the lobby of the IUP Performing Arts
Center, 403 S. 11th Street, Indiana, PA 15705.
are 12 noon to 5 pm, Monday through Friday, when classes are in session.
On the night of show, the Lively Arts Ticket Office opens one hour
before the show.
Parking while purchasing tickets is located along the north side
of the 400 block of S. 11th Street, across from Sprowls Hall.
DiCicco Hall, Cogwell Hall
Join us for a fun-filled celebration of Oktoberfest!
The IUP Clarinet Ensemble will provide polka entertainment for the evening including a polka dancing tutorial, jokes, slapstick comedy, audience participation, and a pie-in-the-face fundraiser. Donations requested! Proceeds will go to fund IUP Clarinet Studio outreach events.
PRIZES GIVEN FOR BEST OKTOBERFEST COSTUME.
Kipp Gallery, First Floor Spowls Hall
In the exhibit “Pushing Petals,” the work of Jillian Dickson and Elaine Quave examines human cycles of birth and death and the connection between the human body and wild nature.
These artists fuse nature and the human body together to function and be understood as a singular unit and to help us recognize that we are dependent on the ecosystems around us for our sustenance and survival.
The exhibit runs through November 1
Members of the IUP organ studio will play toccatas and other familiar eery tunes to celebrate the Halloween season; a bake sale will precede and follow the musical program.
IUP piano professor Henry Wong Doe will give a solo piano recital. Program to include works by J.S. Bach, Chopin, Prokofiev, and selections from his New Zealand album "Landscape Preludes".
Fisher Auditorium, IUP Performing Arts Center
Join the IUP Marching Band, under the direction of David Martynuik in the roof raising finale to the 2019 season. Also featuring the IUP Wind Ensemble under the direction of Timothy A. Paul.
The IUP Trombone Choir and Symphony Band will present a free concert in honor of Veteran's Day. Please come out and help honor our veteran's sacrifice to our country.
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
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
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.
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.
Zink Dance Studio, Second Floor of Zink Hall
Join the IUP Dance Theater on a journey through the cosmos. Through movement and original music, explore
the dynamic imagery and theories related to the universe.
Directed by Holly Boda-Sutton, with an
original score by David Martynuik, the work will include choreography and
musical performance by invited guest artists.
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In George Orwell’s 1984, Winston Smith wrestles with oppression in
Oceania, a place where the Party scrutinizes human actions with
ever-watchful Big Brother. Defying a ban on individuality, Winston dares
to express his thoughts in a diary and pursues a relationship with
Julia. These criminal deeds bring Winston into the eye of the
opposition, who then must reform the nonconformist.
1984 introduced the watchwords for life without freedom: BIG BROTHER
IS WATCHING YOU. Written in 1944 near the end of World
War II, 1984 depicts a society controlled by a perfectly totalitarian
government where technology is wielded as a weapon to inundate citizens
with propaganda and to monitor thoughts and actions. Imagined before the
existence of computers, this dystopian future explores the power of
technology as a mental manipulator and source of curated information.