Monthly Archives: February 2010

Paddy Moloney with The Chieftains

Six-time Grammy winners, the Chieftains are recognized for bringing traditional Irish music to the world’s attention and after all these years of making some of the most beautiful music in the world, their music remains as fresh and relevant as when they first began. Continue reading

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Black Grace Dance Company

Tuesday, March 9 Concert Hall 7:30 pm $40, $30, $15, Five College/GCC/STCC students and Youth 17 and under: $15 The all-male dance company Black Grace boasts some of New Zealand’s finest and most respected contemporary dancers. Predominantly Pacific Island and … Continue reading

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Black Grace Dance Company

Predominantly Pacific Islanders and Maori, this company is renowned for its unique ability to combine their traditional and contemporary dance forms. Continue reading

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Gamelan Galak Tika & Ensemble Robot in Concert

Friday, March 5 Bowker Auditorium 8:00 pm $20, $15; Five College/GCC/STCC students/17 & under $15 Experience Galak Tika, America’s most innovative Balinese gamelan, performing traditional and contemporary music and dance for Balinese gamelan, electric guitars, electronics, and Ensemble Robot’s Heliphon. … Continue reading

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Balinese Music & Dance

Friday, March 5 Bowker Auditorium from 10:00 am to 11:00 am $6 students, $8 adults Reserve Tickets Online Gamelan Galak Tika will demonstrate the mystical music of the Balinese shadow puppet plays, the enchanting vocal rhythms of the Kecak (monkey … Continue reading

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Robert Mallary

Excerpt from Curator’s Statement: Robert Mallary’s artwork spans the pivotal decades of the American hegemony in visual arts in the twentieth century. His work reflected and presaged many of the artistic practices of our time and augured a future of … Continue reading

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Ballet Folklórico de México

Ballet Folklórico de México sets itself apart by combining their artists’ talents with the traditional music, elaborate dance and ornate costumes of Mexican culture. The result is a stunning performance that disseminates the rich tradition and folklore of Mexico throughout the world. Continue reading

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William Parker and Hamid Drake With Special Guest Konrad “Conny” Bauer

Parker and Drake invite the reknown German trombonist Konrad “Conny” Bauer to perform in Amherst. Thursday, February 25 Bezanson Recital Hall 8:00 pm $12 General Public; $7 Students Parker and Drake invite the reknown German trombonist Konrad “Conny” Bauer to … Continue reading

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RFK: The Journey to Justice

Wednesday, February 24 Concert Hall $8 students, $8 adults Reserve Tickets Online The 60’s in America was a decade of heroes, violence, love, death, progress, and disappointment. The “RFK Project” chronicles Robert Kennedy’s dramatic transformation from discomfort with and indifference … Continue reading

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Maggie Nowinski: Swallowed

Hello Everyone! I just wanted to remind everyone that Maggie Nowinski’s exhibit ‘Swallowed’ is still going on in Hampden ’til February 23. We invite you to come and visit if you haven’t yet! Maggie Nowinski: Artist Statement Plastic water bottles … Continue reading

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