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  1. AU music students present performances of chamber music.
    Katzen Soundbites is the Music Library's series of lunchtime concerts from 12:35-12:55 in the Katzen Rotunda (lobby). Performers are students, faculty, and staff from the Department of Performing Arts and the Library. Soundbites is a collaboration between the AU Library and the Department of Performing Arts.

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  1. Join us every Wednesday morning September 4-December 11 for a rejuvenating Kripalu yoga class. All levels welcome. $10 per class, $5 for museum members, free for Associate level members and above. Cash, check, or pay online here.

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  2. 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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  3. Frank Hallam Day illuminates dark corners of the world in a discussion of his photographs on view in Dark World. Free and open to all, please RSVP to the link below. 

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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. Rebecca Hutchinson's complex paper clay pieces evoke the natural world. Using a range of surprising materials, she combines papermaking and ceramics to create artworks that surpass one medium alone.
    Groupings of huge hanging pods; forests of crocheted paper clay vines; and bunches of overgrown flowerlike forms that feel freshly gathered from a giant's field and hung to dry—all celebrate the …more

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    American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center
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  7. Students from Professor Alicia Kopfstein-Penk's Class Guitar present their work from the semester.Katzen Soundbites is the Music Library's series of lunchtime concerts from 12:35-12:55 in the Katzen Rotunda (lobby). Performers are students, faculty, and staff from the Department of Performing Arts and the Library. Soundbites is a collaboration between the AU Library and the Department of …more

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  8. Join us every Wednesday morning September 4-December 11 for a rejuvenating Kripalu yoga class. All levels welcome. $10 per class, $5 for museum members, free for Associate level members and above. Cash, check, or pay online here.

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  9. This will be a relatively smaller group of faculty and students for the MA in Arts Management fall capstone defenses.

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    CAS Humanities
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    Meetings. Workshops. Trainings. Info Sessions
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  10. Fall 2019 Capstone Defenses

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