Travelling Light: Songs to Bring Along

November 21, 2015

Sat. 11/21 at 8:00 PM at the MCA: Hannah Johnston '15.5 performs an evening of vocal music including a mix of classical and musical theater repertoire in four languages, with Erica Furgiuele '15, Mike McCann '15, and Cynthia Huard. Free

To Dwell: Senior Thesis Architecture

September 15, 2015

Opening Tues. 9/15 at Johnson: A selection of senior thesis architectural design work by students in the Class of 2015. On view through September 30. Free

To Kill a Man

December 12, 2015

Sat. 12/12 at 3:00 and 8:00 PM at Dana: The Hirschfield International Film Series presents this film about a tranquil, middle-class family man whose neighborhood has been overrun by thugs. “A grim, fat-free revenge thriller that extracts an impressive degree of moral equivocation from its exceedingly simple premise”––Variety. Free

Clifford Symposium: The “good” Body

September 24, 2015

Thu. 9/24-Sat. 9/26: Taking inspiration from both the recent onslaught of racialized violence and the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, this three-day academic symposium interrogates the ideas of assumption, access, and accountability through the lens of artistic engagement, dialogic process, and self-study. Featuring a keynote address and performance by guest artist Barak adé Soleil. See the full schedule>>

Middlebury Bach Festival Opens Friday

April 29, 2016

Fri. 4/29-Sun. 5/1: The sixth annual Bach Festival opens with a free concert of Renaissance and Baroque vocal works combined with modern dance, on Friday at 8:00 PM at the MCA. The Festival continues throughout the weekend with performances and special events all over campus and beyond.

Heath Quartet: Second Free Concert

January 21, 2016

Thu. 1/21 at 7:30 PM at the MCA: Our Winter Term Quartet in Residence plays Béla Bartók’s String Quartets 2, 4, and 6 in this free Performing Arts Series concert. Made possible with generous support from the Sunderman Family Concert Endowment Fund, in memory of Dr. F. William Sunderman Jr. and Dr. Carolyn Reynolds Sunderman.

Keynote Lecture: Shakespeare in America

February 3, 2016

Wed. 2/3 at 7:00 PM at the MCA: Drawing upon his recent anthology of writings, Columbia University professor James Shapiro explores how Shakespeare has been a prism through which American issues—revolution, slavery, war, social justice—have been refracted. Free


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