More details to come! Challenged to realize their own dreams (just like Mary Shelley) of “The New Frankenstein,” members of the Washington University student community entered new works into one of two categories: written (including poetry, fiction, nonfiction and theater; 5000 word limit) and visual (including new media, experimental media, sound art, performance art, and […]
The American Ethnological Society (AES), Association of Black Anthropologists (ABA), and Association of Latina and Latino Anthropologists (ALLA) are hosting a joint conference: Ethnographic Futures. We invite faculty and students (undergraduate and graduate) to participate and submit a proposal.
The 442s Holiday Spectacular features special guests Christine Brewer, Peter Martin, Erin Bode, Brian Owens, Montez Coleman, plus other surprise special guests!
Join us for Chamber Music Society of St. Louis’ performance at the Goldberg Formal Lounge in the DUC.
Joins us for faculty performances by Maryse Carlin and Todd Decker.
The Chamber Music series features a variety of guest performances at the Goldberg Formal Lounge in the DUC. T
The Jasper String Quartet’s concert, Winner of the prestigious CMA Cleveland Quartet Award, will be performing at E. Desmond Lee concert hall.
Described by Gramophone as, “the most trailblazing and meteoric performer of all,” Nikolai Lugansky is a pianist of extraordinary depth and versatility. Program: DEBUSSY Suite Bergamasque Images (4-6) L’Isle joyeuse SCRIABIN Sonata No. 3 RACHMANINOV 8 Preludes […]
“Le Devenir des Sons”: An Evening of French Spectral Music is curated by Joseph Jakubowski and features the music of Grisey, Harvey and Murail.
Eighth Blackbird includes the following musicians: Nathalie Joachim, flutes, Nick Photinos, cello, Michael Maccaferri, clarinets, Matthew Duvall, percussion, Yvonne Lam, violin and viola, and Lisa Kaplan, piano.
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