This weekend’s events!!!

Hey everybody!!

This weekend we’ve got lots of fun stuff going on in our very own Katzen Arts Center! Definitely come check it out, you will NOT be dissapointed:

http://www.american.edu/cas/katzen/calendar/

Friday Nov. 11A Tribute

  • American University Symphonic Band: A Tribute
    Marc Boensel, director of the symphonic band
    Friday, November 11, at 8 p.m.
    Abramson Family Recital Hall, Katzen Arts Center
    Tickets: $10 regular admission, $5 AU community and seniors
  • In a celebration of Veteran’s Day, the AU Symphonic Band will feature music that pays tribute to our country’s heroes, including works that focus on veterans, first responders, athletes, and others.

Saturday Nov. 12Jazz Orchestra and Jazz Workshop: Improvisation Collaboration

  • Joshua Bayer, director of the Jazz Orchestra
    Noah Getz, director of the Jazz Workshop
    Saturday, November 12, at 8 p.m.
    Abramson Family Recital Hall, Katzen Arts Center
    Tickets: $10 regular admission, $5 AU community and seniors
  • Join the Jazz Workshop as it explores concepts of improvisation and its role in the history of the jazz ensemble. From the collective improvisation of Dixieland and free jazz to the expanded improvisation concepts employed in contemporary jazz ensembles, this concert will examine how this central element of jazz performance has shaped the way that ensembles create and perform the music. The Jazz Orchestra will conclude the evening¿s performance with jazz ranging from the classics to modern works, from bop to swing and funk.
    *RSVP Required

UPCOMING!

Nov. 17, 18, 19 – Talking With

  • Written by Jane Martin
    Gail Humphries Mardirosian, director
    Thursday, November 17-Saturday, November 19, at 8 p.m.
    Saturday, November 19, at 2 p.m.
    Studio Theatre, Katzen Arts Center
    Tickets: $15 general admission, $10 AU community and seniors
  • What do a baton twirler, an ex-rodeo rider, and an actress have in common? They are just three of the many women whose lives are explored through their relationships to work, other women, parents, men, and the socio-political environment. Talking With is a summation of thoughts, events, actions, memories, hope, defeats, and dreams dramatizing the challenges that all of us face in contemporary society. Characters confront the audience directly with revelations that are not simply truthful, but deeply spiritual, hauntingly private, funny, and frighteningly exotic.
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