LINCOLN, Neb.— The UNL Small Jazz Ensembles performance will take place November 18 at 7:30 p.m. in the Westbrook Recital Hall and is comprised of students at both the undergraduate and graduate level.
This concert in the Glenn Korff School of Music features four ensembles coached by DMA Jazz Studies majors Russell Zimmer, Aaron Stroessner, Max Stehr, and Jesse McBee. In addition, one advanced ensemble, coached by faculty member Dr. Darryl White, will be featured.
LINCOLN, Neb.— Viola students of professors Clark Potter and Jonah Sirota perform separately and together during the Viola Studio performance on Wednesday, November 12 at 5 p.m. in the Westbrook Recital Hall.
Included is the music of Bach, Bloch, Telemann and more. Then the professors join in the fun to form NEBratsche, the UNL viola ensemble, to play music of Muse!
LINCOLN, Neb.— The Large Brass Ensembles within the Glenn Korff School of Music will perform a recital at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, November 17 in the Westbrook Recital Hall. The recital will have something for everyone, and will feature a wide variety of works spanning from Brahms to the Beatles.
LINCOLN, Neb.— The Moran Woodwind Quintet’s November 13 recital at 7:30 p.m. in the Westbrook Recital Hall contains three contrasting works: a staple of the early Romantic literature, a modern classic, and a jazz-inspired closer.
The Glenn Korff School of Music presents the musical “City of Angels,” in November. The musical is directed by Coordinator of Musical Theatre Studies Alisa Belflower.
Performances are Nov. 14 at 7:30 p.m. and Nov. 16 at 3 p.m. in Kimball Recital Hall. Tickets are $20 adults and $10 for students and seniors. Advance tickets are available from the Lied Center Box Office at (402) 472-4747 or (800) 432-3231 or at the door one hour before the performance.
Lincoln, Neb.--Usually college students can only receive professional experience through internships or after they receive their degree. The Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film is giving students the opportunity to work side by their professors on a variety of theatre jobs. One such person would be assistant professor of scene design J.D. Madsen.
Lincoln, Neb.-- The inaugural exhibiton for Lincoln's new Prescott Gallery is "Material Presence: Selections from the UNL MFA Program" and features a selection of artwork by University of Nebraska–Lincoln Master of Fine Arts graduate students. The exhibition showcases a variety of material investigations from the hand-worked to the digital by artists chosen as representative of the areas of concentration in the UNL MFA program. Each work in the show draws attention to materiality through form, subject, process, and – quite literally – the material used.
“Nebraska’s Best: High School Artists from Lincoln and Omaha” opens Nov. 7 and continues through Nov. 18 at the Department of Art and Art History’s Eisentrager-Howard Gallery in Richards Hall on the University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s city campus.
A First Friday Reception will be held on Friday, Nov. 7 from 6-8 p.m. with the awards of merit being announced at 7 p.m.
Gallery hours are Monday-Friday, 12:30-4:30 p.m. Admission to the gallery is free and open to the public
A long-distance musical rehearsal and UNL's participation in the Large Hadron Collider project will highlight a first-ever “Internet2 Day at Nebraska.”
The daylong event is Nov. 13 at Nebraska Innovation Campus and will feature technology innovations that enable advancing research and education. The event is open to faculty and staff. Reservations for the lunch are required.