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October 9, 2018

ArtsUW Roundup: Last chance to see 10 Études for Summer, Chamber Dance Company concert, music and fin-de-siecle Vienna, and more

This week in the arts, attend the 2018 Chamber Dance Concert, see the works by ten second year MFA students, attend Cello faculty artist-in-residence Sæunn Thorsteinsdóttir’s recital, and more.

Chamber Dance Company

Chamber Dance ConcertOctober 11 to 14 | Katharyn Alvord Gerlich Theater

For its 28th season, the Chamber Dance Company received a National Endowment for the Arts: Art Works grant to present choreography by Harald Kreutzberg (1902-1968). The 2018 concert, Unspoken, addresses matters that are expressed most poignantly with movement––these voiceless works speak fully and deeply through the art of dance.

$10 tickets for UW students.

10 Études for Summer, Second Year MFA ExhibitionExhibition: 10 Études for Summer

Closing October 13 | Jacob Lawrence Gallery

The Jacob Lawrence Gallery presents an exhibition of work created over the summer months by ten second year MFA students.

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Faculty Recital: Sæunn Thorsteinsdóttir, Cello

October 16, 7:30 pm| Katharyn Alvord Gerlich Theater

Cello faculty artist-in-residence Sæunn Thorsteinsdóttir is joined by French-Romanian pianist Alexandra Joan in a recital centered around fin-de-siecle Vienna.

$10 tickets for UW students.
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marc andre_hamelinMarc-André Hamelin

October 17, 7:30 pm | Katharyn Alvord Gerlich Theater

Marc-André Hamelin’s unrivaled combination of musicianship and technique has earned him legendary status as a pianist and accolades for his ability to shine both in the exploration of unfamiliar music as well as beloved classic repertoire. Alex Ross, long-time music critic for The New Yorker, counts Mr. Hamelin’s hands “among the wonders of the musical world” when he performs favorites by Chopin alongside lyrical works by Bach, Feinberg, Weissenberg and Castelnuovo-Tedesco.

$10 tickets for UW students when you show your Husky ID in advance at the ArtsUW Ticket Office or on the night of the show at the Box Office at Meany Hall.

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Earshot Jazz Festival: Ted Poor, “The Blues and Otherwise”Ted Poor

October 19, 8:00 pm | The Church, 1300 E Olive Street, Seattle

LA-based sound engineer David Boucher will record Ted Poor (drummer), assistant professor of School of Music Jazz Studies and frequent collaborator and performer with indie pop artist Andrew Bird, and friends Kris Davis (piano) and Tyler Chester (bass, keyboard) in a concert in Capitol Hill.

$10 tickets for students.

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