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Virtual Concert: Music Theatre Fall Show

UNG’s Musical Theater Ensemble is proud to present “Together – Apart,” a moving and entertaining evening of songs from various Broadway musicals in which the characters deal with separation and anxiety while striving to stay together in spirit. The performance will feature solos, duets, trios, and ensemble numbers from shows such as Shrek, Les Misérables, Into the Woods, Seussical, Carousel, A Chorus Line, and many more. The free performance will be live-streamed from Shott Performance Hall beginning at 7:30 p.m. on November 5 and 6, 2020. A link for the performance may be found on the events calendar of the UNG Music Department Website (https://ung.edu/music/music-events.php) and we encourage you to pre-register your attendance for the event.

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Virtual Concert: Music Theatre Fall Show

UNG’s Musical Theater Ensemble is proud to present “Together – Apart,” a moving and entertaining evening of songs from various Broadway musicals in which the characters deal with separation and anxiety while striving to stay together in spirit. The performance will feature solos, duets, trios, and ensemble numbers from shows such as Shrek, Les Misérables, Into the Woods, Seussical, Carousel, A Chorus Line, and many more. The free performance will be live-streamed from Shott Performance Hall beginning at 7:30 p.m. on November 5 and 6, 2020. A link for the performance may be found on the events calendar of the UNG Music Department Website (https://ung.edu/music/music-events.php) and we encourage you to pre-register your attendance for the event.

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A Little Night(hawk) Music Concert Series with Dr. Serena Scibelli, violin

A Little Night(hawk) Concert series returns for the 2020-2021 concert season on Monday, October 5 at 7:30 PM with a program presented by UNG faculty member, Dr. Serena Scibelli.  Entitled “Reflection,” Dr. Scibelli will present a series of old and new compositions written for solo violin. This music was an essential part of her quarantine during the pandemic and helped her to stay connected with composers and her instrument. These selections served as a way for her to reflect about her feelings and the need to stay artistically active in such unique time. The program will feature the premiere five new compositions and will culminate with the release of her solo album at the end of 2020. A link to Dr. Scibelli’s ALNM performance may be found on the events calendar of the UNG Music Department Website and we encourage you to pre-register your attendance for the event.

___ “Reflection: serious and careful thought, something that shows, expresses, or is a result of something. But also, the image of something in a mirror or on any reflective surface, the return of light, heat, sound, or energy.”

University of North Georgia Department of Music
706-864-1423

To Register visit: https://connect.ung.edu/dom/rsvp?event_uid=773c61bda969fa32000bdcc373ff6c01

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12th Annual Art in the Square Music and Art Festival

12th Annual Art In The Square Music and Art Festival, Gainesville GA

Saturday and Sunday, September 19-20, 2015

(Gainesville) The 12th Anniversary of the Art in the Square Festival Saturday, September 19th and Sunday September 20th from 10 AM to 5 PM.
Art In The Square will be in Gainesville’s Historic Downtown Square. Over 100 artists and artisans from all over the southeast will be displaying fine art and fine craft including original oil paintings, unique pottery, hand-made jewelry, wood carvings, photography and more. This event has been made popular with both artists and collectors, a juried art show with only the finest submissions accepted, the winning artist will take home a $1000 prize! Spend your day with working artists; enjoy live demonstrations, plein air painting, raku pottery firings, and the Youth Artist Market hosted by INK (Interactive Neighborhood for Kids).

Live entertainment to include drumming and belly dancing (Alchemy Drumming and Dance), and Lupita Mexican folk dances, chalk art competition and food trucks.

The Art In The Square Association presents this FREE family-friendly event each year for the Northeast Georgia Community through an interdisciplinary partnership between area non-profits including: the Quinlan Visual Arts Center and Interactive Neighborhood for Kids (INK).

For more information go to www.artinthesquarega.com or email the festival director at artinthesquarega@gmail.com.

 

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