Paul Creative Arts Center
Upcoming Paul Creative Arts Center Events
Sunday, September 13, 2015
Music for Soprano, Flute, and Piano
Jenni Cook, soprano
Peggy Vagts, flute
with Paul Merrill, piano
Featuring the music of Michael Head, Henry Bishop, John Corigliano, Henry Cowell, Wilhelmine von Bayreuth, Camille Saint-Saëns, Albert Roussel, and Mieczyslaw Kolinski.
Monday, September 14, 2015
One of the finest alto players on the scene today returns to UNH with his equally esteemed colleague to open the 37th season of the Traditional Jazz Series.
Tuesday, September 15, 2015
UNH Faculty Concert Series presents the Faculty Jazz Sextet.
Nathan Jorgensen, saxophone; Mark Shilansky, piano; David Newsam, guitar; John Hunter, bass; Les Harris, Jr., drums with guest alumni Marc LaForce, saxophone; Trent Austin, trumpet, and new vocal jazz faculty member, Liz Tobias.
Monday, September 21, 2015
Women of the World is an international world music ensemble currently based in Boston. What started out as a dream four years ago, has become a real musical force. Ayumi Ueda, a Berklee College of Music alumna from Japan, sought to create an ensemble of artists from all over the world to create music for peace. In 2008, Ayumi joined forces with like-minded musicians, Giorgia Renosto from Italy, Annette Philip from India, and Débòrah Pierre from USA/Haiti in order to manifest this vision.
The Women of the World repertoire is vast and varied; the sound created by this unique group has grown to have a power that moves not only the members, but huger and huger audiences, as it spreads awareness of different cultures, music, and philosophies.
Thursday, September 24, 2015
Music Majors perform a wide variety of both solo and ensemble repertoire
Thursday, October 1, 2015
Music Majors perform a wide variety of both solo and ensemble repertoire.
Sunday, October 4, 2015
FIREWORKS! Music of G.F. Handel
Robert Stibler, trumpet and Meg Harper, organ
with Mark Zielinski and Adam Gallant, trumpets and Jenni Cook, soprano.
Monday, October 5, 2015
Guest Artist Cory Schantz, baritone
Tuesday, October 6, 2015
UNH Faculty Concert Series presents Mark Shilansky, jazz piano
Wednesday, October 7, 2015
Someone’s phone is ringing. And ringing. And still ringing... Would you answer? What if the person is there... But they are dead? Could you bear to be the one to tell the person on the other end that he is no longer here? Jean did, but she couldn’t. DEAD MAN’S CELL PHONE is an award winning play by Sarah Ruhl that explores modern technology and the paradox of power it has to both unite people and to keep them isolated in a modern world. Come watch to see where you exist in its reign.