Jon Imber: Human Interest presents portraits by an acclaimed Massachusetts and Maine-based painter completed in the years before and in the months after his 2012 diagnosis with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) commonly referred to as Lou Gehrig’s Disease. The portraits, painted with Imber’s commanding expressive gestures, intimately record his time with friends and family, displaying physical traces of likeness informed by memories, history, mythology, and the artist’s self-awareness.
Museum of Art,Paul Creative Arts Center, 30 Academic Way
The University Of New Hampshire Department Of Music Traditional Jazz Series welcomes the Dena DeRose Quartet with Dena DeRose, piano and vocals, Eric Alexander, saxophone, Martin Wind, bass, and Matt Wilson, drums.
This dynamic second company to the acclaimed Houston Ballet is driven by a stellar array of young dancers. Under the direction of Stanton Welch and Shelly Power, Houston Ballet II travels the world with fresh choreography in a wide array of dance works: stunning contemporary pieces by Welch and other leading choreographers, and excerpts from such classics as The Sleeping Beauty and Raymonda.