‘On the Stage’ will be presented this Thursday, October 15.
You are invited to “On the Stage” presented by Iowa Dance Festival this Thursday, Oct. 15 at 7 p.m. Hurley & Dancers collaborated with the Heartland Marimba Ensemble this summer to create a new physically-distanced outdoor piece entitled “Multiverses”. Performers include: David Decker, Elizabeth Ferreira, Lisa Lewis, Lana Lyddon Hatten, Kathleen Hurley, Paula McArthur, Natalie Nease, William Schneider, and Benjamin Rethmeier.
Visit https://www.iowadancefestival.org/. Free to view, donations accepted online.
The Hancher Auditorium at the University of Iowa and Third Coast Percussion have teamed up to present the Hancher Youth and Family Talent Show. They are looking for short videos of family performances to feature on the show. You’ll upload your video to Facebook or Instagram using the hashtag #hanchertalent – if you use our hashtag #IowaDanceTheatre as well, we can see you on our social media. To find out more,
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Concerts will air Thursday evenings both online and on public access TV.
Starting this October and continuing through April of 2021, North State Symphony will share 6 all-new concert experiences. Concerts will air Thursday evenings both online and on public access TV. Each month will also feature additional music, interviews and conversations across the artistic spectrum.
Check out the lineup below!
Mozart & More
Thursday, October 22nd at 7:00 pm
Works by Mozart and Rimsky-Korsakov for strings.
Special Guest Artist: Bruce Belton, clarinet.
MOZART String Quintet in G minor, 1st Movement
MOZART Clarinet Quintet in A major, 1st Movement
RIMSKY-KORSAKOV/LYADOV/BORODIN/GLAZUNOV String Quartet “B-la-f”
October music sponsors: Nena Perry and Dan Purtzer
Thursday, November 19th, 2020, 7:00pm
Works by Brahms, Schumann, and Klughardt for trio, quartet, and quintet.
Special guest artist: John Chernoff (piano).
BRAHMS Piano Quartet No. 1 in G minor, Op. 25, IV
SCHUMANN Piano Trio No.
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The museum says tickets must be purchased in advance of coming to the museum.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The Crocker Art Museum has a date selected to reopen its doors for the first time since March.
Sacramento’s art museum is set to reopen Friday, Oct. 16, limiting the number of visitors to 25% capacity. Guests will only be able to visit the museum via ticket reservations purchased in advance.
In a message on its website, museum official also developed comprehensive safety procedures for visitors and its staff, following guidelines from the state, Sacramento County and the CDC by enhancing its cleaning procedures and requiring face coverings for everyone entering the museum.
“Opening the Crocker’s doors is an important signal for Sacramento. We can’t wait to welcome visitors back to experience new exhibitions and our permanent collection, which spans five continents and more than 4,000 years of human creativity,” Lial A. Jones,
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