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March 2018

Date Time Event
Thu 3/1All Day
Art of Persuasion: World War II Patriotic Posters
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Gallery
All Day
Details: This exhibit made possible through a partnership between the University of Indianapolis and the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites. During World Wars I and II, the American homefront was asked to endure extraordinary circumstances and sacrifices to achieve victory. To that end, the federal government used posters and other methods of persuasion to help muster the American people to action. A successful poster dramatically expresses its message using a combination of graphic images and text. This exhibition features 30 reproductions of World War II posters from the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites permanent collection.

For more information, contact: augustinh@uindy.edu

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Thu 3/14:00 PM
Equity & Inclusion Open Mic Dialogue Sessions
Location: Schwitzer Student Center - SC 010
Time: 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Details:

Open Mic Dialogue sessions will be held twice a month from 4:00-5:00 p.m. These events will be convened to discuss topics related to diversity, multiculturalism, equity and inclusion. In some cases, the event will discuss current events happening locally, nationally, and globally.

For more information, contact: treinhardt@uindy.edu

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Thu 3/16:30 PM
GLACS Movie Night: Merci pour le chocolat French language film
Location: - HEAL 138
Time: 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM
Details: French film with English subtitles

In this suspenseful thriller that takes family drama to the next level, a young girl gets more than she bargained for when she goes in search of the family with whom she was almost switched at birth. The family patriarch, Andr�©, has just remarried his first wife, Mika. His second wife died when his son, Guillaume, was young. Now it seems that Mika, who runs a Swiss chocolate company, may not be the loving stepmother the family had hoped for.

For more information, contact: maym@uindy.edu

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Thu 3/17:00 PM
String Quartet Masterclass and Open Rehearsal
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Ruth Lilly Performance Hall
Time: 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Details: String Quartet Masterclass and Open Rehearsal
The Indianapolis Quartet
Thursday, March 1, 7:00 p.m.

Join violinists Zachary DePue and Joana Genova, violist Michael Strauss, and cellist Austin Huntington as they draw on their vast expertise and experience in coaching student chamber ensembles while also giving the audience a unique behind-the-scenes look at their own rehearsal process.

For more information, contact: labensg@uindy.edu

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Fri 3/2All Day
Art of Persuasion: World War II Patriotic Posters
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Gallery
All Day
Details: This exhibit made possible through a partnership between the University of Indianapolis and the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites. During World Wars I and II, the American homefront was asked to endure extraordinary circumstances and sacrifices to achieve victory. To that end, the federal government used posters and other methods of persuasion to help muster the American people to action. A successful poster dramatically expresses its message using a combination of graphic images and text. This exhibition features 30 reproductions of World War II posters from the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites permanent collection.

For more information, contact: augustinh@uindy.edu

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Sun 3/44:00 PM
Mid-Semester Choral Concert
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Ruth Lilly Performance Hall
Time: 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM
Details: Paul Krasnovsky, director

Free and open to the public.

For more information, contact: labensg@uindy.edu

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Mon 3/5All Day
Art of Persuasion: World War II Patriotic Posters
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Gallery
All Day
Details: This exhibit made possible through a partnership between the University of Indianapolis and the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites. During World Wars I and II, the American homefront was asked to endure extraordinary circumstances and sacrifices to achieve victory. To that end, the federal government used posters and other methods of persuasion to help muster the American people to action. A successful poster dramatically expresses its message using a combination of graphic images and text. This exhibition features 30 reproductions of World War II posters from the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites permanent collection.

For more information, contact: augustinh@uindy.edu

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Mon 3/57:30 PM
Faculty Artist Concert Series: The Indianapolis Quartet: Firsts
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Ruth Lilly Performance Hall
Time: 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM
Details: Faculty Artist Concert Series: The Indianapolis Quartet: Firsts
Monday, March 5, 7:30 p.m.

Zachary DePue and Joana Genova, violins; Michael Isaac Strauss, viola; Austin Huntington, cello

The Indianapolis Quartet returns to celebrate first-published works in the genre, from Beethoven at the very end of the 18th century to Shostakovich in 1938. Beethoven's F-Major Quartet, Op. 18, No. 1, features an impassioned slow movement inspired by Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet; the optimistic First Quartet of Dmitri Shostakovich recalls bright moods associated with spring. The evening concludes with the 1893 String Quartet of Claude Debussy, a work growing out of 19th-century French traditions infused with the composer's remarkably original harmonic thinking.

Admission is free to the public. More info: labensg@uindy.edu or (317) 788-3255.

For more information, contact: labensg@uindy.edu

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Tue 3/6All Day
Art of Persuasion: World War II Patriotic Posters
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Gallery
All Day
Details: This exhibit made possible through a partnership between the University of Indianapolis and the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites. During World Wars I and II, the American homefront was asked to endure extraordinary circumstances and sacrifices to achieve victory. To that end, the federal government used posters and other methods of persuasion to help muster the American people to action. A successful poster dramatically expresses its message using a combination of graphic images and text. This exhibition features 30 reproductions of World War II posters from the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites permanent collection.

For more information, contact: augustinh@uindy.edu

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Wed 3/7All Day
Art of Persuasion: World War II Patriotic Posters
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Gallery
All Day
Details: This exhibit made possible through a partnership between the University of Indianapolis and the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites. During World Wars I and II, the American homefront was asked to endure extraordinary circumstances and sacrifices to achieve victory. To that end, the federal government used posters and other methods of persuasion to help muster the American people to action. A successful poster dramatically expresses its message using a combination of graphic images and text. This exhibition features 30 reproductions of World War II posters from the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites permanent collection.

For more information, contact: augustinh@uindy.edu

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Wed 3/712:05 PM
Departmental Recital
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Ruth Lilly Performance Hall
Time: 12:05 PM to 12:55 PM
Details: Free and open to the public.

For more information, contact: labensg@uindy.edu

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Thu 3/8All Day
Art of Persuasion: World War II Patriotic Posters
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Gallery
All Day
Details: This exhibit made possible through a partnership between the University of Indianapolis and the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites. During World Wars I and II, the American homefront was asked to endure extraordinary circumstances and sacrifices to achieve victory. To that end, the federal government used posters and other methods of persuasion to help muster the American people to action. A successful poster dramatically expresses its message using a combination of graphic images and text. This exhibition features 30 reproductions of World War II posters from the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites permanent collection.

For more information, contact: augustinh@uindy.edu

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Thu 3/87:30 PM
Symphonic Wind Ensemble & Chamber Orchestra
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Ruth Lilly Performance Hall
Time: 7:30 PM to 9:15 PM
Details: Vu Nguyen, Joana Genova, Ariel Rudiakov, directors

Free and open to the public.

For more information, contact: labensg@uindy.edu

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Fri 3/9All Day
Art of Persuasion: World War II Patriotic Posters
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Gallery
All Day
Details: This exhibit made possible through a partnership between the University of Indianapolis and the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites. During World Wars I and II, the American homefront was asked to endure extraordinary circumstances and sacrifices to achieve victory. To that end, the federal government used posters and other methods of persuasion to help muster the American people to action. A successful poster dramatically expresses its message using a combination of graphic images and text. This exhibition features 30 reproductions of World War II posters from the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites permanent collection.

For more information, contact: augustinh@uindy.edu

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Sat 3/109:00 AM
Maurer Young Musicians Contetst
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center -
Time: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Details: Maurer Young Musicians Contest
Saturday, March 10; Sunday, March 11

Young musicians from around the state will compete in the annual Michael Ben and Illene Komisarow Maurer Young Musicians Contest, a project of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra Association. Preliminary auditions are Saturday; finalists perform Sunday. The competition attracts some of the finest young musicians from across Indiana; many have extensive performing experience as soloists. Auditions are open to the public. For more information, contact the ISO Association at (317) 262-4068.

For more information, contact: labensg@uindy.edu

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Sun 3/111:00 PM
Maurer Young Musicians Contest
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Ruth Lilly Performance Hall
Time: 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Details: Maurer Young Musicians Contest
Saturday, March 10; Sunday, March 11

Young musicians from around the state will compete in the annual Michael Ben and Illene Komisarow Maurer Young Musicians Contest, a project of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra Association. Preliminary auditions are Saturday; finalists perform Sunday. The competition attracts some of the finest young musicians from across Indiana; many have extensive performing experience as soloists. Auditions are open to the public. For more information, contact the ISO Association at (317) 262-4068.

For more information, contact: labensg@uindy.edu

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Mon 3/12All Day
Art of Persuasion: World War II Patriotic Posters
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Gallery
All Day
Details: This exhibit made possible through a partnership between the University of Indianapolis and the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites. During World Wars I and II, the American homefront was asked to endure extraordinary circumstances and sacrifices to achieve victory. To that end, the federal government used posters and other methods of persuasion to help muster the American people to action. A successful poster dramatically expresses its message using a combination of graphic images and text. This exhibition features 30 reproductions of World War II posters from the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites permanent collection.

For more information, contact: augustinh@uindy.edu

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Mon 3/12All Day
Spring Break (No Classes)
All Day

For more information, contact: wilsonjm@uindy.edu

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Tue 3/13All Day
Art of Persuasion: World War II Patriotic Posters
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Gallery
All Day
Details: This exhibit made possible through a partnership between the University of Indianapolis and the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites. During World Wars I and II, the American homefront was asked to endure extraordinary circumstances and sacrifices to achieve victory. To that end, the federal government used posters and other methods of persuasion to help muster the American people to action. A successful poster dramatically expresses its message using a combination of graphic images and text. This exhibition features 30 reproductions of World War II posters from the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites permanent collection.

For more information, contact: augustinh@uindy.edu

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Tue 3/13All Day
Spring Break (No Classes)
All Day

For more information, contact: wilsonjm@uindy.edu

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Wed 3/14All Day
Art of Persuasion: World War II Patriotic Posters
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Gallery
All Day
Details: This exhibit made possible through a partnership between the University of Indianapolis and the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites. During World Wars I and II, the American homefront was asked to endure extraordinary circumstances and sacrifices to achieve victory. To that end, the federal government used posters and other methods of persuasion to help muster the American people to action. A successful poster dramatically expresses its message using a combination of graphic images and text. This exhibition features 30 reproductions of World War II posters from the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites permanent collection.

For more information, contact: augustinh@uindy.edu

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Wed 3/14All Day
Spring Break (No Classes)
All Day

For more information, contact: wilsonjm@uindy.edu

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Thu 3/15All Day
Art of Persuasion: World War II Patriotic Posters
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Gallery
All Day
Details: This exhibit made possible through a partnership between the University of Indianapolis and the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites. During World Wars I and II, the American homefront was asked to endure extraordinary circumstances and sacrifices to achieve victory. To that end, the federal government used posters and other methods of persuasion to help muster the American people to action. A successful poster dramatically expresses its message using a combination of graphic images and text. This exhibition features 30 reproductions of World War II posters from the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites permanent collection.

For more information, contact: augustinh@uindy.edu

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Thu 3/15All Day
Spring Break (No Classes)
All Day

For more information, contact: wilsonjm@uindy.edu

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Fri 3/16All Day
Art of Persuasion: World War II Patriotic Posters
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Gallery
All Day
Details: This exhibit made possible through a partnership between the University of Indianapolis and the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites. During World Wars I and II, the American homefront was asked to endure extraordinary circumstances and sacrifices to achieve victory. To that end, the federal government used posters and other methods of persuasion to help muster the American people to action. A successful poster dramatically expresses its message using a combination of graphic images and text. This exhibition features 30 reproductions of World War II posters from the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites permanent collection.

For more information, contact: augustinh@uindy.edu

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Fri 3/16All Day
Spring Break (No Classes)
All Day

For more information, contact: wilsonjm@uindy.edu

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Sat 3/17All Day
Spring Break (No Classes)
All Day

For more information, contact: wilsonjm@uindy.edu

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Sat 3/178:00 PM
Indiana Trumpet Guild with guest Rex Richardson
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Ruth Lilly Performance Hall
Time: 8:00 PM to 9:30 PM
Details: Music for All and Yamaha present
Rex Richardson, trumpet soloist
VanDoren and Yamaha Emerging Woodwind Artists
in performance as part of the Chamber Music National Festival
Saturday, March 17, 8:00 p.m.

Tickets: $15 general; Event Ticketing Center: (317) 788-3251


For more information, contact: labensg@uindy.edu

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Sun 3/18All Day
Spring Break (No Classes)
All Day

For more information, contact: wilsonjm@uindy.edu

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Sun 3/186:30 PM
Indiana Trumpet Guild presents guest Rex Richardson
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Ruth Lilly Performance Hall
Time: 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Details: Indiana Trumpet Guild presents
Rex Richardson, trumpet soloist
with the Indiana Wind Symphony
Sunday, March 18, 6:30 p.m.

Tickets: $15 general; $25 preferred seating; Event Ticketing Center: (317) 788-3251

The University of Indianapolis is pleased to host the second annual Indiana Trumpet Guild Conference, this year featuring international trumpet soloist Rex Richardson in concert. Mr. Richardson has been hailed one of the world's most engaging and astonishingly versatile trumpeters (Style Weekly). A veteran of the acclaimed ensemble Rhythm and Brass, jazz legend Joe Henderson's Quintet, and William Russo's Chicago Jazz Ensemble, Richardson maintains a full schedule as a headline artist at brass and jazz festivals and as a frequent soloist with orchestras, concert bands, and jazz ensembles on five continents.


For more information, contact: labensg@uindy.edu

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Mon 3/19All Day
Art of Persuasion: World War II Patriotic Posters
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Gallery
All Day
Details: This exhibit made possible through a partnership between the University of Indianapolis and the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites. During World Wars I and II, the American homefront was asked to endure extraordinary circumstances and sacrifices to achieve victory. To that end, the federal government used posters and other methods of persuasion to help muster the American people to action. A successful poster dramatically expresses its message using a combination of graphic images and text. This exhibition features 30 reproductions of World War II posters from the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites permanent collection.

For more information, contact: augustinh@uindy.edu

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Mon 3/19All Day
Classes Resume
All Day

For more information, contact: wilsonjm@uindy.edu

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Mon 3/197:30 PM
Faculty Artist Concert Series: Sacred Italian Masterworks of the 17th Century
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Ruth Lilly Performance Hall
Time: 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM
Details: Faculty Artist Concert Series: Sacred Italian Masterworks of the 17th Century
Monday, March 19, 7:30 p.m.

Mon Choeur, led by Paul Krasnovsky; Alchymy Viols, led by Philip Spray

Mon Choeur, the resident vocal chamber ensemble of the University of Indianapolis, is joined by the period instrument ensemble Alchymy Viols to perform music from Claudio Monteverdi's Selva Morale et Spirituale (1641) and Giacomo Carissimi's oratorio Jephte (1648).

Admission is free to the public. More info: labensg@uindy.edu or (317) 788-3255.

For more information, contact: labensg@uindy.edu

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Tue 3/20All Day
Art of Persuasion: World War II Patriotic Posters
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Gallery
All Day
Details: This exhibit made possible through a partnership between the University of Indianapolis and the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites. During World Wars I and II, the American homefront was asked to endure extraordinary circumstances and sacrifices to achieve victory. To that end, the federal government used posters and other methods of persuasion to help muster the American people to action. A successful poster dramatically expresses its message using a combination of graphic images and text. This exhibition features 30 reproductions of World War II posters from the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites permanent collection.

For more information, contact: augustinh@uindy.edu

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Tue 3/207:00 PM
"The Monuments Men: Allied Heroes, Nazi Thieves, and the Greatest Treasure Hunt in History"
Location: - Ruth Lilly Performance Hall
Time: 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Details: ROBERT EDSEL
"The Monuments Men: Allied Heroes, Nazi Thieves, and the Greatest Treasure Hunt in History

Tuesday, March 20, 2018 at 7:00 p.m
Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center, Lilly Performance Hall
Contact Person:  Katherine Fries, 317-788-3387 frieskj@uindy.edu

For more information, contact: frieskj@uindy.edu

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Wed 3/2112:05 PM
Departmental Recital
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Ruth Lilly Performance Hall
Time: 12:05 PM to 12:55 PM
Details: Free and open to the public.

For more information, contact: labensg@uindy.edu

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Wed 3/217:30 PM
Jazz Concert Series: Premium Blend
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Ruth Lilly Performance Hall
Time: 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM
Details: Jazz Concert Series: PREMIUM BLEND
Wednesday, March 21, 7:30 p.m.

Tickets: $15 general; $5 seniors; college students with ID and children 18 and under are free. Season subscriptions are available. Event Ticketing Center: (317) 788-3251.

Saxophonist Jared Thompson and his band Premium Blend have been performing in the Indianapolis area for more than a decade. Best known for their high energy and unique adaptations of jazz standards, Premium Blend is on the forefront of modern jazz in Indianapolis. The band, featuring Thompson, guitarist Ryan Taylor, drummer Brian Yarde and keyboardist Steven Jones, released their first album, S.O.A.P. (Sum of all Parts), in 2015. In 2016, they were heavily featured in the award- winning Heartland Film Festival documentary, Go Get Your Horn, and in 2017, they released their sophomore album, The Road.

For more information, contact: labensg@uindy.edu

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Thu 3/224:00 PM
Equity & Inclusion Open Mic Dialogue Sessions
Location: Schwitzer Student Center - UIndy Hall A
Time: 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Details:

Open Mic Dialogue sessions will be held twice a month from 4:00-5:00 p.m. These events will be convened to discuss topics related to diversity, multiculturalism, equity and inclusion. In some cases, the event will discuss current events happening locally, nationally, and globally.

For more information, contact: treinhardt@uindy.edu

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Thu 3/227:00 PM
The Lamentation of Jeremiah Sullivan: Fighting Irish, American Politics, and the Journey of a Notor
Location: Schwitzer Student Center - UIndy Hall C
Time: 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Details: As part of the History & PSCI Department Symposium, Dr. Matt Billings revives the story of a largely forgotten Irish laborer who seemed to attract conflict wherever he went. Yet Sullivan was not only implicated in crimes along the canals of Pennsylvania, Maryland, Illinois, and Indiana; he, like so many Irishmen, played key roles in American electoral politics during the 1830s and 40s.

For more information, contact: kjackson@uindy.edu

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Fri 3/23All Day
Semester II: Withdrawal/Administrative withdrawal/Change to P/F deadline
All Day

For more information, contact: wilsonjm@uindy.edu

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Mon 3/267:30 PM
Faculty Artist Concert Series: American Song
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Ruth Lilly Performance Hall
Time: 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM
Details: Faculty Artist Concert Series: American Song
Monday, March 26, 7:30 p.m.

Mitzi Westra, mezzo-soprano; Elisabeth Hoegberg, piano

Mitzi Westra and Elisabeth Hoegberg perform music by living American composers Richard Hundley, Dominick Argento, and Ben Moore as well as Indianapolis composers John Berners and Frank Felice. Featured on this recital: the premiere of a newly commissioned work by Felice written specifically for this duo.

Admission is free to the public. More info: labensg@uindy.edu or (317) 788-3255.

For more information, contact: labensg@uindy.edu

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Tue 3/277:30 PM
New Music Series: Dr. Chen Yi
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Ruth Lilly Performance Hall
Time: 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM
Details: New Music Series: Dr. Chen Yi
University of Missouri, Kansas City School of Music
Guest Composer Residency
Tuesday, March 27, 7:30 p.m.

Blending Chinese and Western traditions, Chen Yi creates a singing, sparkling music of bold colors and beautiful lines. Trained at the top conservatories in the U.S. and China, and currently Distinguished Professor at UMKC, Dr. Chen has been honored by the American Academy of Arts and Letters. Her music has been sought out and commissioned by artists like Yehudi Menuhin, Yo-Yo Ma, Evelyn Glennie, the Cleveland Orchestra, and the BBC Symphony.

Admission is free to the public. More info: labensg@uindy.edu or (317) 788-3255.

For more information, contact: labensg@uindy.edu

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Wed 3/2812:05 PM
Departmental Recital
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Ruth Lilly Performance Hall
Time: 12:05 PM to 12:55 PM
Details: Free and open to the public.

For more information, contact: labensg@uindy.edu

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Wed 3/286:30 PM
GLACS Movie Night: The secret in their eyes (El secreto de sus ojos-Drama/Crime) Spanish language fi
Location: - HEAL 138
Time: 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM
Details: Spanish film with English subtitles. Dir. Juan Jose Campanella(Argentina)

Benjamin Esposito has spent his entire working life as a criminal court employee. Recently retired, and with time on his hands, he decides to write a novel. He does not decide to make up a story. There is no need to. He can draw on his own past as a civil servant for a true, moving and tragic story in which he was once very directly involved. In 1974 his court was assigned an investigation into the rape and murder of a beautiful young woman. -- (C) Sony Classics

For more information, contact: maym@uindy.edu

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Wed 3/287:30 PM
Honors Departmental Recital
Location: Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center - Ruth Lilly Performance Hall
Time: 7:30 PM to 9:15 PM
Details: Free and open to the public.

For more information, contact: labensg@uindy.edu

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Fri 3/30All Day
Good Friday (No Classes)
All Day

For more information, contact: wilsonjm@uindy.edu

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