On Saturday, January, 20 2018 in Johnson Theatre of the University of New Hampshire in Durham NH, UNH Department of Music Faculty members Sospiri; Margaret Herlehy, oboe and Janet Polk, bassoon with Christopher Kies, piano present Schubert with Many Kies. This program features music by Schubert and music that has been inspired by Schubert but written by other composers. In honor of the 20th Double Reed Day at UNH we are featuring works of Christopher Kies that have been favorites from past programs. Works by Schubert, Kies, Welcher and Dring
Exhibition Walkthrough, Panel Discussion followed by Opening Reception
Exhibition Walkthrough: Historian and collector Robert Stephenson, leads an exhibit walkthrough, To the Ends of the Earth: New Hampshire’s Connection to Polar Exploration and Research. 4 – 5 pm, University Museum, Dimond Library
Panel Discussion: Long Eye artist Anna McKee and Mark Twickler, UNH Sr. Research Project Manager, Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space. Panel discussion made possible the Iola Hubbard Climate Change Endowment. 5 – 6 pm, Paul Creative Arts Center, A218
THIS CONCERT HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED TO FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 2018
Eric Lu has already established himself as one of the finest pianists of the younger generation. In 2013, at the age of 15, he was admitted into the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia, where he currently studies.
In the recent years, Lu has received top prizes at a number of major international competitions. In August of 2014, he received the 1st prize at the 9th Moscow International Chopin Competition for Young Pianists. In 2013, Lu triumphed at the Minnesota International e-Piano Junior Competition, receiving the 1st Prize, along with the special Schubert Prize. Moreover, in 2010, Lu won the 1st Prize of the prestigious 12th Ettlingen International Competition in Germany.
Auditions for Mr. Burns, A Post-Electric Play will take place Saturday, January 27 in PCAC Room M213. Audition slots begin at 2pm. Sign up for a 5-minute audition slot on the THDA Call Board. All the audition info can be accessed at https://cola.unh.edu/theatre-dance/auditions#burns.
Auditions are required for all prospective Acting, Dance and Musical Theatre option students. On the day of your visit, you will be on campus for approximately two and a half (2.5) hours. That time will be spent on your interview or audition. You will meet the faculty and staff and have an opportunity to ask questions during a comprehensive department overview.
All students pursuing a degree in Theatre & Dance must complete a capstone project which embodies the training they have received throughout their years at UNH. The performance majors appreciate the public's support at these events. These performances are free and open to the public.