Richardson Auditorium · Presented by: Princeton University Concerts
What do Domenico Scarlatti and John Cage have in common? Quite a lot, according to pianist David Greilsammer. In one unbroken stream, he performs sonatas by the two composers back- to-back, revealing many similarities between the 18th century Italian and the notorious avant- gardist.
Student Lounge · Presented by: Princeton University Office of Career Services
Juli-anne Jensen, Advisor in the Arts, Non-Profit & Public Sector from Princeton University Career Services, will be hosting Office Hours every Wednesday and Thursday from now until May from 11 am - 2:00 pm in the student lounge on the 1st floor of 185 Nassau Street.
New South Dance Studio · Presented by: Program in Dance
Master dance teacher and choreographer Jacquie Bird will present a lecture and workshop on swing and authentic jazz dance as part of Dyane Harvey-Salaam's fall course, "The American Dance Experience and Africanist Dance Practices."
Labyrinth Books · Presented by: Labyrinth Books
Please join award-winning translator Shelley Frisch and the distinguished scholar and critic Michael Wood to hear a discussion about the book "Dietrich & Riefenstahl: Hollywood, Berlin, and a Century in Two Lives." Magisterial in scope, this dual biography examines two complex lives that began alike but ended on opposite sides of the century’s greatest conflict.
Berlind Theatre at McCarter Theatre Center · Presented by: Program in Dance
The Lewis Center for the Arts’ Program in Dance at Princeton University announced the professional choreographers whose work will be performed at the annual Princeton Dance Festival, an event that will move from its traditional February presentation to December 4 through 6, 2015. Princeton students will perform repertory works by Trisha Brown and Bill T. Jones, along with new works by Loni Landon, Dean Moss, Jimena Paz, and Brian Reeder.
Marie and Edward Matthews ’53 Acting Studio · Presented by: Program in Theater
Cloud Nine is one of the classic comedic satires of the British stage and features gender-bending characters and a time-warping exploration of political and sexual oppression. Directed by R. N. Sandberg, lecturer in Theatre and English and performed by seniors Victoria Gutenberg, Tyler Lawrence and Will Plunkett.
Holder Hall, Room 4B · Presented by: Student Design Agency
Connect, share ideas, and collaborate on a project with other designers. Give back to the Princeton community by working on promotional and branding materials for community organizations and non-profits in the area. Food and refreshments will be served! No design experience is required. The event starts on December 5, 2015 at 7:00 PM in Holder 4B.
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