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Upcoming Events

Faculty Recital

Fine Arts Center | Bezanson Recital Hall
8:00pm

Faculty recital featuring Elizabeth Chang, violin, and guest Steven Beck, piano. Works to be performed include Bach, Sonata for Violin and Keyboard c minor BWV 1017; Bartok, Sonata No. 1, Sz.75; and Szymanowski, Violin Sonata, Op.

Location: Fine Arts Center | Bezanson Recital Hall

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Feinberg Family Lecture Series | "Picturing Immigration: Teaching U.S. Immigration History with Visual Sources"

97 Hawley St., Northampton, MA
4:30pm

A lecture with Professor Jennifer Fronc of the UMass Amherst Department of History. Presented with the UMass CES History Institute for Teachers.

Every two years, the UMass Amherst History Department hosts the Feinberg Family Distinguished Lecture Series. This year-long series allows students, faculty and visiting scholars to explore a particular theme in depth. The program consists of a series of speakers, panels, classes and other events. The Series is made possible thanks to the generosity of UMass History Department alumnus Kenneth R. Feinberg (1967) and associates.

Location: 97 Hawley St., Northampton, MA

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Rumi Experience | Faculty Recital

Fine Arts Center | Bezanson Recital Hall
4:00pm

A faculty recital featuring Kathryn Lockwood, viola and guest Yousif Sheronick, percussion. Lockwood & Sheronick are duoJalal. Spoken poetry by 13th century poet/mystic Jalal a-din Rumi & works by leading composers including commissions for the Rumi Experience by Evan Ziporyn & Lev Zhurbin

Location: Fine Arts Center | Bezanson Recital Hall

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Faculty Jazz Recital

Fine Arts Center | Bezanson Recital Hall
8:00pm

Featuring UMass Jazz Faculty Catherine Jensen-Hole, Felipe Salles, Thomas Giampietro, Jeffrey W. Holmes, and Robert Ferrier performing original works & arrangements.

Location: Fine Arts Center | Bezanson Recital Hall

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Faculty Recital

Fine Arts Center | Bezanson Recital Hall
8:00pm

Featuring Salvatore Macchia, contrabass with works for solo doublebass and interactive live electronics and video. Music by Doborowski, Bernard Rands, Jacob Druckman, UMass graduate student Jazer Giles and Macchia.

Location: Fine Arts Center | Bezanson Recital Hall

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30th Annual High School Honor Band

Fine Arts Center | Concert Hall
7:00pm

Conducted by Matthew Westgate & Timothy T. Anderson, with guest conductor Carol Hayward, Bowling Green State University. 250 outstanding musicians from 50 high schools in seven states perform. This performance is free and open to the public. 

Location: Fine Arts Center | Concert Hall

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“He loves me. She loves me. Not” | Faculty Recital

Fine Arts Center | Bezanson Recital Hall
8:00pm

Get ready for Valentine’s Day with Wolf’s ruminations on love! Featuring Dana Schnitzer, soprano; William Hite, tenor; and Nadine Shank, piano. Music includes Hugo Wolf: Italienisches Liederbuch. 
 

Location: Fine Arts Center | Bezanson Recital Hall

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An Evening of Schubert | Tuesdays in Bezanson

Fine Arts Center | Bezanson Recital Hall
8:00pm

Featuring UMass Faculty performers Elizabeth Chang, violin; William Hite, tenor; Kathryn Lockwood, viola; Salvatore Macchia, contrabass; Joshua Michal, horn; Astrid Schween, cello; Michael Sussman, clarinet; Stephen Walt, bassoon; and guest Joel Pitchon, violin. Music includes Schubert: Octet in F major, D. 803 and Vocal Works.

Location: Fine Arts Center | Bezanson Recital Hall

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