The list of arts and cultural activities is growing for the new 2016-2017 academic year with on-campus events of interest to the College and greater community and visitors, among them: 

The onStage guest artist series is known for its unique, eclectic and innovative programming in music, theater and dance.


Events at a Glance

Music

Student Recitals

Fortune Hall

Tyler Bensko ’19, piano 
Laura Bentley ’17, piano 
Moll Brown ’18, soprano 
Julianna Goldfluss ’20, soprano 
Aidan Gorrell ’18, baritone 
George Grotheer ’19, baritone 
MaryClare McDonough ’18, soprano 
Becca Nash ’19, soprano 
Khanh Nghiem ’19, tenor 
Julia Tackett ’18, soprano 
Margo Weiss ’20, mezzo-soprano 

Music

Seasons of Change: CC Concert Band

Evans Hall

Gary Buttery, Director

Free Admission

Art

Connecticut College Faculty Exhibition 2016

Joanne Toor Cummings Gallery

Monday, 09/19/2016 - Friday 12/09/2016

The 2016 show is diverse in ideas and mediums as demonstrated through photography, painting, printmaking, sculpture and digital media, with works by Gregory Bailey, Chris Barnard, Ted Hendrickson, Pamela Marks, Timothy McDowell and Andrea Wollensak, and visiting faculty Paul McMullan, Shauna Merriman and Amanda Gutierrez.

(Closed 10/01-10/04/2016, 11/23-27/2016)

Free Admission

Music

Charles Shackford Memorial Student Composers Concert

Evans Hall

Art Kreiger, Director

Tickets: $Free (General Admission)

Theater, onStage Guest Artist Series

SITI Company - "Room"

Palmer Auditorium

Directed by Anne Bogart
Adapted by Jocelyn Clarke

SITI Company is a seven-time Obie award-winning theater company with a history of innovative work. They are dedicated to creating and touring bold new productions. This season SITI returns to Connecticut College with their production "Room;" a solo tour de force, based on Virginia Woolf's writings. Woolf wrote with delicacy, humor, anger, outrage and passion from the point of view of a highly creative woman in the first half of the twentieth century. "Room" is drawn from a lifetime of writing and traces the movement of a creative spirit in exquisite crisis.

Tickets: $24; Seniors: $21; Students: $12; CC Student: $7; CC Faculty & Staff: $21 (General Admission)

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Music

Faculty Concert: First Ladies of Music and Men They Inspired

Harkness Chapel

Featuring Adrian Sylveen, violin (Poland/USA); Brunilda Myftaraj, violin (Albania, USA); Audroné Kisieliuté, piano (Lithuania); Juraté Švedaite, soprano (Lithuania, USA)

Representing Clara and Robert Schumann, Fanny and Felix Mendelssohn, Alma and Gustav Mahler, Nadia Boulanger and her students Aaron Copland and Astor Piazzolla.

 

Tickets: $10; Seniors: $5; Students: $5; CC Students, Faculty & Staff: Free (General Admission)

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