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  1. Jeff M. Poulin of Americans for the Arts explores growing efforts to integrate creation, culture, connection, and community into our professional and civic lives. How might artists and arts leaders embrace and serve Generation C?

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  2. Following last season’s performance of the epic Well-Tempered Clavier, internationally acclaimed pianist and AU musician-in-residence Yuliya Gorenman continues to explore Bach’s greatest keyboard masterworks with three partitas and the beloved Italian Concerto.

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  3. A haunting oratorio honoring the life and death of Matthew Shepard, an openly gay university student who died violently at the hands of two men acting out of hate. Talk-back panels follow each performance. For mature audiences.
    Please note there will be no late seating or intermission. Please be advised that this production contains specific depictions or references to kidnapping and abduction, …more

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  4. Former chair of the National Endowment for the Arts Jane Chu reflects on her national service to the arts and shares her thoughts on how arts leaders can and do make deep differences in their communities.
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  5. The ensemble tackles Robert W. Smith’s devilishly difficult Symphony no. 1 for Band (The Divine Comedy), each movement depicting a portion of Dante’s literary masterpiece.

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  6. From big band to funk-rock to Latin sounds, AU’s own jazz orchestra brings the swing. Conductor Josh Bayer is a guitarist, composer, and director who has performed at the Kennedy Center, The Detroit Opera House, and National Public Radio.

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  7. A household name in Russia yet virtually unknown in the United States, Vasily Kalinnikov numbers among the great early twentieth-century composers. Hear his thrilling Symphony no. 1 alongside selections from Wagner’s Tristan und Isolde. Jiaming Wu, winner of AU’s 2019 Concerto and Aria Competition, will play the first movement of Mozart’s Piano Concerto no. 12 in A Major.

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  8. A household name in Russia yet virtually unknown in the United States, Vasily Kalinnikov numbers among the great early twentieth-century composers. Hear his thrilling Symphony no. 1 alongside selections from Wagner’s Tristan und Isolde.
    Jiaming Wu, winner of AU’s 2019 Concerto and Aria Competition, will play the first movement of Mozart’s Piano Concerto no. 12 in A Major.

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  9. AU's experimental jazz ensemble find common ground between wide-ranging musical traditions: jazz and classical, electric and acoustic, written and improvised, homegrown and global.

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  10. One of the most recognizable - and emotionally intense - choral works of all time comes to life on stage. The first strains of the apocalyptic "O Fortuna" have riveted audiences in their seats for almost one hundred years.

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