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The AU Chamber Singers present a mixed program spanning delightful Renaissance European and Polish works; intriguing and intense contemporary American, Polish, and central European choral literature; and an array of uplifting American spirituals, traditional, and gospel arrangements. This program is a preview of their international concert tour to Poland in May.
Tickets: $5–10

Type: Arts and Entertainment

Host: Performing Arts

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The AU Chamber Singers present a mixed program spanning delightful Renaissance European and Polish works; intriguing and intense contemporary American, Polish, and central European choral literature; and an array of uplifting American spirituals, traditional, and gospel arrangements. This program is a preview of their international concert tour to Poland in May.
Tickets: $5–10

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Host: Performing Arts

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This AU Workshop concert focuses on one of Amy Williams’ newest large ensemble works and a number of chamber works. Williams writes with a modern aesthetic that borrows from a variety of musical styles in a uniquely American way. Her music is informed by her work as an active contemporary pianist.
Tickets: $5–10

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Host: Performing Arts

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The AU Symphonic Band proudly presents their spring program. Just as spring manages to be reliable and surprising, so too does this production which features popular classics and new favorites of the repertory.
Tickets: $5–10

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Host: Performing Arts

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The AU Symphony Orchestra and AU Chorus present a concert celebrating the 20th anniversary of Morten Lauridsen’s Lux Aeterna. This joint performance also includes a newly written work by AU faculty composer Sean Doyle, as well as Brahms' epic Symphony no. 1 in C.
Tickets: $5–10

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Host: Performing Arts

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