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  • Cinema Spotlight: The Silk Road of Pop

    February 3, 2015
    A special evening with the internationally-acclaimed filmmaker and artist Sameer Farooq and screening of his film, The Silk Road of Pop. One of the only documentaries to come out of Xinjiang, The Silk Road of Pop taps into the rhythmical zeitgeist of what it means to be young, Muslim and Uyghur in China, showing how music becomes a liberating element for a minority trying to assert its identity within a repressive environment.
    Ellison Lecture, Watson Fine Arts, 5:00 p.m.
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  • Faculty Recital

    February 4, 2015
    The Faculty members of the Department of Music perform as part of the Faculty and Friends Music Series.
    Weber Theatre, Watson Fine Arts, 7:30 p.m.
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  • Presentation and Roundtable Discussion on Urban Music Education with Sebastian Ruth and Community MusicWorks

    February 6, 2015
    The kick-off event to a semester-long collaboration between Wheaton and Providence’s Community MusicWorks, widely regarded as a national model for urban music education. Led by CMW Founder/Director and MacArthur “Genius” Award-winner Sebastian Ruth.
    Ellison Lecture, Watson Fine Arts, 4:00 p.m.
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  • Chamber Music by the Community MusicWorks Players

    February 6, 2015
    Chamber music for strings performed by CMW Fellows and Resident Musicians.
    Woolley Room, Mary Lyon Hall, 7:30 p.m.
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  • In the Mood—A Time Capsule of Classics from 1939

    February 10, 2015
    Vocalist Valerie Anastasio and pianist Tim Harbold celebrate the diversity of American popular songs from 1939, including In the Mood, All the Things You Are, Good Morning, And the Angels Sing, Lydia the Tattooed Lady, a tribute to The Wizard of Oz, and much more.
    Woolley Room, Mary Lyon Hall, 12:30 p.m.
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  • Guy Urban and Friends

    February 11, 2015
    Associate Professor Guy Urban is joined by the Kaleidoscope Chamber Ensemble in a concert featuring Brahms' mighty Piano Quartet No. 1 in G minor, along with works by Mendelssohn, Martinu and Malcolm Arnold.
    Woolley Room, Mary Lyon Hall, 7:30 p.m.
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  • Conversation in Collaboration

    February 17, 2015
    Playwright and Artistic Director of Boston Playwrights' Theatre Kate Snodgrass, and Director and Chair of Performing Arts at Emerson College Melia Bensussan, will hold a discussion on their current collaboration, a play commissioned by Sleeping Weazel to premiere in March as part of a Women's History Month Festival.
    May Room, Mary Lyon, 5:00 p.m.
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  • TRYBE Gala 2015

    February 19, 21 & 22, 2015
    The annual gala by student-run dance ensemble TRYBE features a wide array of dance styles—from Bollywood to West African to hip hop—from a variety of cultures around the world. To reserve tickets ($5 general, $2students) contact the Watson Box Office at 508-286-3575 or by email at boxoffice@wheatoncollege.edu.
    Weber Theatre, Watson Fine Arts, 7:30 p.m. (2/22—2:00 p.m.)
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  • 2015 Dance Festival

    February 20 & 22, 2015
    Experience the annual Dance Festival, an integration of dance culture and history! Come watch dance numbers choreographed and performed by Wheaton's own Tap Out Loud and Paraiso Latino, with guest performance by SOLE. For ticket information and reservations ($5 general, $2 students) contact the Watson Box Office at 508-286-3575 or by email at boxoffice@wheatoncollege.edu.
    Weber Theatre, Watson Fine Arts, 7:30 p.m.
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  • The Glass Menagerie

    February 25 & 26, 2015
    Written by Tennessee Williams, directed by Visiting Artist Robbie McCauley
    The Roxbury Repertory Theater brings renowned theatre artist Robbie McCauley's visionary, bi-racial production of Tennessee Williams' The Glass Menagerie to Wheaton. To reserve complimentary tickets contact the Watson Box Office at 508-286-3575 or by email at boxoffice@wheatoncollege.edu.
    Weber Theatre, Watson Fine Arts, 7:30 p.m.
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