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Harvard Civil War Project

The HCWP is an extensive, multidisciplinary series of exhibitions, concerts, theatrical performances, panels, lectures, public art, gallery talks, academic coursework, and public conversations that will take place February through May. “It supports new insight into our nation's experience of the war and advances the still-unfinished work of creating a more perfect union," says President Drew Gilpin Faust.

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Ceramics Events

Visiting Artist Lectures

3/30: Richard Burkett
4/8: Stephen Bowers

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Harvard Dance Program presents an evening of duets—new and repertory dance works in a wide range of styles and choreographic approaches. Choreographers are: Brian Brooks, Michelle Dorrance, William Forsythe, Francesca Harper, Jill Johnson, and Crystal Pite.

April 10, 11, 8 PM, April 12, 3 PM, April 15-18, 8 PM

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"Memphis Jazz Giants," with George Coleman and Harold Mabern

April 17, 4 PM: Conversation
April 18, 8 PM: "Memphis Jazz Giants," concert featuring the Harvard Jazz bands, tenor saxophonist George Coleman and pianist Harold Mabern

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Gallery 224

"Life, or Something Like It” by Christopher Adams '94

Exhibition: March 23–April 24, 2015
Reception: March 28, 5–8 PM
Gallery Hours: Tuesday–Saturday, 10 AM – 7 PM

For images of the exhibition, please visit our Flickr page

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2015 Spring Dance Courses

Pay-as-you-go option: $7 for undergraduate and graduate students, $10 for Harvard Community, per class (see link for participating classes) more information>


Entrepreneurship in the Digital Music Industry

with music producer JONATHAN SHECTER '90 and musician/producer DAN FREEMAN '05

Thursday, April 2, 4 PM

Shecter, aka Shecky Green, and Freeman, aka CØm1x, discuss their careers in electronic music production and promotion.

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Spring Dance Events

3/28: Ronald K. Brown Master Class (contemporary)

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The Harvard Band kicks off the Performance Fair at ARTS FIRST 2014.

"Crossing" to Whitman

by Jake Stepansky '17
Composer Matthew Aucoin '12 and vocalist Davone Tines '09 share excerpts from the upcoming opera "Crossing."
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Marin Alsop "thrilled" as music educator

by Anita Lo '16
Marin Alsop, recipient of Harvard's 2015 Vosgerchian Teaching Award, talks about music education, the role of the composer and her passion for the arts.
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"Q"-ing up at OBERON

by Brenna McDuffie '15
The musical "Avenue Q" plays for two nights at Harvard. Director Jake Stepansky '16 explains the process of working with puppets.
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    Ceramics Show & Sale

    Students performs in an art installation by Rossi Walter '14 during ARTS FIRST 2014.

    Damian Woetzel to be awarded Harvard Arts Medal

    by Tom Lee
    Former New York City Ballet principal dancer and Kennedy School alum will be honored at April 30 ceremony hosted by John Lithgow '67.
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    Dance Program: Fall 2014

    by Emily Vides
    With master classes, credit and co-curricular courses, and performances, Dance at Harvard has something for everyone this semester.
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    Learning From Performers: 2014-15

    by Tom Lee
    Actor/vocalist Carolee Carmello, jazz notables Regina Carter and Branford Marsalis, and pianist Jonathan Biss are on roster for OFA's visiting artist program.
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    Learning From Performers guest artists Chesney Snow, Rich McKeown and Manauvaskar Kublall on beatboxing

    Listen to the podcast on iTunes

    Visiting Artist Lecture with Richard Burkett 3/30 only
    presented by: Ceramics Program
    location: Ceramics Studio

    music producer JONATHAN SHECTER and musician/producer DAN FREEMAN: “Entrepreneurship in the Digital Music Industry” 4/2 only
    presented by: Learning From Performers
    location: Farkas Hall

    Hamlet 4/3 - 4/11
    presented by: Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic Club
    location: Loeb Drama Center Main Stage

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