Through September 30, 2023, all general-public tickets to fall 2023 performances at Mason Gross Performing Arts Center are buy one, get one 50% off with promo code rulocalart. Please note: this offer is valid for online orders only. Must use promo code to receive discount. Limit 1 offer per performance. Offer not valid on student, RU alumni/employee, or senior tickets or Mason Gross performances at NBPAC. Offer not valid on tickets for Christmas in Carol & Song.
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A screening of the Oscar-nominated documentary “Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution.” A remote Q&A session with directors James LeBrecht and Nicole Newnham will immediately follow the screening.
Thought-provoking compositions written to explore deep emotion and inspire.
Ian Jones FRCM is Professor of Piano and Deputy Head of Keyboard at the Royal College of Music in London. He is Artistic Director of the World Piano Teachers Association International Piano Competition and often serves on the juries of other international piano competitions.
The development of musical style in Brazil can be described as an example of cultural creolization in the New World. A complex intertwining of several ethnic traditions has produced a rich exchange of distinctive cultural practices, and the “blending” of these Western and non-Western influences has created a unique cultural sensibility as well as original idioms of musical expression.
Jordan Strafer (b. 1990, Miami) is a New York-based artist working primarily in video. She received her BFA from The New School in 2016 and her MFA from Bard College in 2019. Strafer’s work has been included in group exhibitions at SculptureCenter, New York (2020); Red Tracy, Copenhagen, (2020–21); The New Museum, New York (2021); Haus Der Kulturen Der Welt, Berlin (2021); and Ludwig Forum, Aachen (2023). Strafer’s videos, PEAK HEAVEN LOVE FOREVER (2022), was presented as part of the Currents section of the 60th New York Film Festival in 2022. Solo presentations of her work include PUNCHLINE at Participant Inc, New York in 2022, LOOPHOLE at Secession, Vienna, and Index, Stockholm, and MERCY NO NO at Heidi, Berlin in 2023.
Honoring late trumpet master and educator William “Prof” Fielder with alum and guest artist Terell Stafford.
Saxophonist and concerto competition winner Tyler Sakow will take the stage to perform “Concerto for Alto Saxophone” by Paul Creston with the RSO. After the intermission, RSO will present Beethoven’s Symphony No. 1 without a conductor for the first time in its history.
On view: October 30–November 14, 2023 Reception: Thursday, November 2, 6–9 p.m. Inspired by the Zimmerli Art Museum’s exhibit Jim Toia: Notes on Threatened Landscapes, this year’s annual open invites student artists to partner with nature, reflecting…