Life & Arts Briefs 09/07/04
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<strong>’Basically Baroque’ tunes up classics</strong>
Music goes Baroque with a talented ensemble of instruments and Senior Lecturer Kathryn Evans’ vocals.
Favorite Baroque pieces including “O holder Tag,” “erwÃ¼nschte Zeit” and three movements from “French Suite #14” by J.S. Bach will entertain the audience.
The performance begins at 8 p.m. Sept. 10 in Jonsson Performance Hall.
Tickets are $10 and free to UTD students with valid student ID.
<strong>One O’Clock Lab Band gets jazzy for UTD</strong>
A jazzy evening with the One O’Clock Lab Band is slated for 8 p.m. Sept. 18. in the UTD Conference Center.
The four-time Grammy nominated premiere performing ensemble of UNT’s jazz program is directed by Neil Slater.
The band promises to liven up the night with its world-class performance.
Tickets are $15 and free to UTD students with valid student identification.
<strong>A&H presents Indian folkdance ‘docudrama'</strong>
The theatrical dance team BExchanged will perform a historical drama at 8 p.m. Oct 1-2 in the University Theatre. The troupe will focus on the Indian-Pakistani conflict over Kashmir. It will be hosted by the School of Arts & Humanities.
The dance is based on student Maryam Baig’s senior honors thesis and combines folk, classical and modern dance with animation, poetry and video.
Tickets are $10 for the public and free to UTD students with student identification.