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The Press. (Cortland, N.Y.) 1972-1990, January 30, 1987, Image 8

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Lampworking, leather tooling, woodcarving, and other professional craft ·demonstrations will be pre- sented throughout the day. - ~ . I Mean You Know Dowd Fine Arts Theatre, 8:15pm Multi-disciplinary artist Warren Lehrer in a solo per- formance of excerpts from his theatrical book \I Mean You Know\ - a \play of voices that explores tile music of thought\ of 7 people. Artsights for Youth Dowd Fine Arts Gallery, 10 am an.d 1 pm An art appreciation and production workshop for children ages 7-9 and 10·12. Including looking at selected artists' books on exhibit and.creating.books in a similar mode. • Films lor social Animatron·· · Exhibition Lounge, Corey Union, noon~ 1 pm Nationally renown~d filmmaker Tim Kt:~.nnedy;yjjj'l pre· sent a spec;:ial viewing of the \Sky River Project\ (a documentary on Esklmo'culture}, followed by a dis· cussion on facilitating film projects for social groups. Attenc;lance limite!;~; SiiJI\' up at Corey Info Desk. . '' \The Heart is a Lonely· H11nter\ A Dowd Fine Arts Th9atre, 8:15pm Performance by The National Theatre of the Deaf. Set in a small town in the 1930's. several unique people · looking for someone who \sp!Wlks their language\ are drawn to Mr. Sir1ger who is deaf. Despite his deafness, have fotJnd a person who listens with •J>i\-liu. .... and Celtic Harp Concert Sculpture Court, Dowd Fine Arts, 12 noon·1 pm Dan \leaner performing light classical and traditional music for noontime enjoyment. \Brown bag\ your nch; beverages provided. Satire is What Closes on Saturday Night: The World of GeGrge S. Kaufman'! A Public Play Readln!l, Brockway Lounge, 8:15pm This <lelightful evening explores the comic genius of American playwright Kaufman and other members of the witty Algonquin Round Tabte! Wise cracks and satire abound! Reception to follow. M:usic ~FacultY · concert · DowlfFtne Arts }J:tp pm. ~ This pr~gram ·~~~~ ure 2ott(<:entu,.Y ~mer.ican mu- sic influenced in one way or anQther by the jazz idioms of the era. ReceptiQn to follow. •• The Gospel choir · Sculpture Court, Dowd Fine Arts, 12 noon-1 pm ;,. A special presentation fea.turing a varied repertoire by our own SUNY Cortland Gospel Choir. Brown bag your lunch; beverages will be provided! Poetry Readings Brockway Lqunge, 8:15pm Transition presents 1eadings by Katherine Machan Aal and Diane Sudol. The Svracuse Symphony Dowd Fine Arts Theatre, 8:15pm Performing selections by Haydn, Schumann and Hindemith. With guest c~llist Carter Brey. Maestro Kazuyoshi Akiyama conducting. A gala reception in the Sculpture Court will follow. ~, Admission is free to all events except the National Theatre of the Oeaf and the Syracuse Symphony. Tickets for those 2 events are r:eserved ~ and can be purchased at the Corey Union Ticket Office, on the Lobby level. Hours are M-F noon to 10 pm. Cali 753·2700 for information. ~· II t State University of New Yori4 College at Cortland Department ofMusic - Ruth E. Dowd Fine Arts Center CONCERT SCHEDULE - Spring 1987 - CHAMBER MUSIC Charles Tucker, Cdlo, guest artist Flora Lu Kuan. piiznO, guest anist Tuesday~ January 27, 8:15pm MUSIC FACULIT GALA Am~ Music 1nfi11enced by Jazz WinUrfut '87. and cddmuing the Silver }ubi!« of the .Division of Arts and Scimc~ Tuesday, February 3, 8:15pm MUSIC FOR CLARI]\{ET Pamela Poulin, clarinet, Lisa Craig. flute Donna Anderson, pumo, Lun Mayer. violin Tuesday, March 10,8:15 pm -MUSIC FOR PIAJoiO Ellen Ligon, plano Tueaday,.March :M, 8:15pm COLLEGE SIJ{GERS Stephen B. Wilson, conductor Tuesday; 'March 31,8:15 pm COLLEGE.COMMU:NITY ORCHEScr'RA . Ralph Dudgeon, conductor Tuesday, April 28, 8:15 pm CHORAL W{lOJil Stephen B. Wilson, ~uaor Sunday, May 3, 3:00' ~m WIND EN:SEllBLE Ralph Dudgeon, .(oriaiWi?r'·'\-' . Tuesday May 5: 8S.l5'~fu , - jt.. \ .. ~ JAZZ ENS~A{¥Jti. Ralph Dudgeon, (~}4®r Wednesday, May 6H~i.1' pm All concerts will be held in the Ruth E. Dowd Fine Aru 'l'htatrei.Rtcital Hall and o.re open to the puhlic with rio admi53ioi't charge. PartiaUy funded .by Mandatory Student Activity Fee& I a n ******************* * * lt State llniversity College· at Cortland * * Department of Music lt * presents * - '-* ,._ MUSIC FACULTY GALA: ·* * * * * * * * * * * 20th Century M:usic for piano, * * American Music voice, _clarinet, * * influenced by trumpet, violin, lt jazz and two-pianos * * ~ * • * * featuring * · lt Donna Anderson, piano; Ralph Dudgeon, trumpet; * Elletl Ligon, Piano; Lutz Mayer, ~~ioiin~ ·'lt Pamela Poulin, clarinet; Stephen Wil$on, baritonei * * Teresa Wiison, soprano, gue$1 ar.tist * * .- _,, * -~ -! ~~sda,y, Fetlru~ry 3, ,l 9$:~t4~;,;·~~!·S.~ ... ~!f. . .. * .. ,:~ · ~uth E. Dowd Frne Arts. TJ1eat-re/~¢tif~fJ}i~ItS· . .'··· · . * . :'Iii;.: - - . . ,· ~. . -- . . '· .:. ·~:.. \\ . . :'. *'. ~ ... .. ·,.;:·:l'', ... ·· (;..., ... . :;· ... ::..~. ' - ~ ... ·.;' • ···~, *.... . .. )~(.: -· -Free Admission~;_-.~.~··;~:\~ .\:-: . .'~·:if ·*f~:;~ . •. . . . .. . . <\'.~:~~· .•.. ::;,. ·:\·~·~_::. ·:~:~·. }~ * * Winterfest · 87 & celebrating the Silver Jubilee of the Arts & Sciences * *·.· Partjally funded hy Mandatory Student Activity Pies * *'*: *'* * * * * * ** * *··* *·*:* * * ' ' • ' • ' • • • t •

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