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Eastman Students Win National Honors

November 22, 2013

Ryaan Ahmed (MM ’15) and Erika Pinkerton (MM ’15) have received prestigious national awards.

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The Politics of AIDS

November 21, 2013

This Neilly Series lecture focusses on give the politics and ethics associated with HIV and AIDS. It will be accompanied by a slide show of AIDS posters from the University’s collection.

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EVENT:  ‘A Bright Room Called Day’

EVENT: ‘A Bright Room Called Day’

November 20, 2013

The play presents the story of a small circle of close friends impacted by the rise of Hitler.

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Percussive Arts Society Honors Ruth Cahn

Percussive Arts Society Honors Ruth Cahn

November 20, 2013

Cahn has been an integral force in music education for nearly 30 years.

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Saxophonist Featured in National Radio Series

Saxophonist Featured in National Radio Series

November 19, 2013

Jonathan Wintringham will be featured as a “Young Artist in Residence” on Performance Today.

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New Horizons Band Presents Holiday Concert

New Horizons Band Presents Holiday Concert

November 15, 2013

The program will include such favorites as White Christmas, I’ll Be Home for Christmas, Festival of Hanukkah, Santa Meets Sousa, The Radetsky March, a variety of sing-a-longs, and other holiday classics.

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Eastman Computer Music Center Hosts Philippe Leroux

Eastman Computer Music Center Hosts Philippe Leroux

November 14, 2013

Prize-winning French composer Philippe Leroux, whose work includes electronic, acousmatic, vocal, chamber, and symphonic music, will be in-residence Nov. 20 and 21.

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Helping Bereaved Kids Cope During the Holidays

Helping Bereaved Kids Cope During the Holidays

November 13, 2013

The stretch between October and January becomes a downward spiral of grief for bereaved children.

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EVENT: Challenges to Catholicism in 21st-Century America

EVENT: Challenges to Catholicism in 21st-Century America

November 13, 2013

George Weigel, noted author and NBC News Vatican analyst, will deliver the lecture “21st-Century Catholics in an Unfamiliar America” for the 2013-2014 Faith in America lecture series.

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Mellon Foundation Commits $1M to Digital Humanities

Mellon Foundation Commits $1M to Digital Humanities

November 12, 2013

Students from any of Rochester’s four humanities Ph.D. programs—English, history, philosophy, and visual and cultural studies—are invited to apply for admission to the fellowship.

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