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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 Workshops, with demonstrations and slide presentations:
3/5: Jessica Brandl

Visiting Artist Lectures
3/9: Eric Kao
3/30: Richard Burkett

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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>

 

a master class with composer ANDREW LIPPA

Monday, March 3, 3 PM
Farkas Hall - Studio

Composer/lyricist for the Broadway musicals “Big Fish” and “The Addams Family,” as well as the Off Broadway cult hit “jon & jen,” Andrew Lippa will lead a master class for Harvard undergraduate vocalists.

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a master class with organist CAMERON CARPENTER

Wednesday, March 4, 7 PM

The first organist ever nominated for a GRAMMY® Award for a solo album, Carpenter will lead a master class for student organists using his International Touring Organ, a monumental digital instrument of his own design.

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Spring Dance Events


2/13: Boston Ballet Dance Talk
2/26: A Conversation with Wendy Whelan and Brian Brooks (ballet)
2/27: Reggie Wilson Master Class (contemporary)
3/28: Ronald K. Brown Master Class (contemporary)

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

A conversation with motion artist Reggie Wilson

by Jake Stepansky '17
Choreographer Reggie Wilson shares his thoughts about language, dance and teaching.
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Wendy Whelan: Restless and ready to dance

by Brenna McDuffie '15
After 30 years with the New York City Ballet, dancer Wendy Whelan is ready to transform her career.
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Escaping to India (with Ghungroo)

by Olivia Munk '16
Ghungroo, one of the most popular events of the year, doesn't just teach dance moves; it shares India's vibrant culture.
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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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    Highlights

    Learning From Performers guest artists Chesney Snow, Rich McKeown and Manauvaskar Kublall on beatboxing

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    a master class with organist CAMERON CARPENTER 3/4 only
    presented by: Learning From Performers
    location: Sanders Theatre

    Visiting Artist Workshop with Jessica Brandl 3/5 only
    presented by: Ceramics Program
    location: Ceramics Studio

    a master class with composer ANDREW LIPPA 3/9 only
    presented by: Learning From Performers
    location: Farkas Hall - Studio

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