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September 2016

Friday
September 2
8:00 PM
Location: Miller Theater, Miller Performing Arts Center
Guest Artist in Dance: Wendy Whelan and Brian Brooks (Tickets Required)

Some of a Thousand Words. Former New York City Ballet star and Principal Dancer Wendy Whelan joins acclaimed choreographer Brian Brooks to perform an evening of intimate solos and duets. Coming from fundamentally different dance worlds--one classical, one contemporary--these two unlikely partners find a striking balance. There is a talk back / interview with the artists after the Friday concert and a small reception after the Saturday concert.

Tickets required. For reservations, visit the online Box Office or email performs@alfred.edu. Credit card payments are accepted at the link below. We cannot charge to student accounts.
Link: Online payment

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Friday
September 2
8:00 PM
Location: Miller Theater
Some of a Thousand Words - Dance Performance (Tickets Required)

Alfred University will be hosting a dance residency with world renowned Wendy Whelan and Brian Brooks. Their residency includes a master class and 2 performances of an evening length dance concert, Some of a Thousand Words, on Friday September 2nd at 8pm, and Saturday September 3rd at 8pm in the Miller Performing Arts Theater at Alfred University.

A question/answer session moderated by Artist/Professor D. Chase Angier will follow Friday’s performance and a meet and greet with the artists will follow Saturday’s performance. Tickets are available online at commerce.cashnet.com/aupay or through the box office at 607-871-2828 or performs@alfred.edu. General admission tickets are $15, senior citizens and non-AU students are $5, and AU students are $2.

Link: http://www.alfred.edu/pressreleases/viewrelease.cfm?&ID=12948

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Friday
September 2
11:20 AM
Location: Miller 300
Open Master Dance Class with Brian Brooks (Free Event)

Come take a dance class with master dance teacher/choreographer/performer Brian Brooks. Miller 300 11:20 - 12:35. All are welcome! His class is followed by the performance of Some of a Thousand Words on Friday night at 8 and Saturday night at 8.


Saturday
September 3
8:00 PM
Location: Miller Theater
Some of a Thousand Words - Dance Performance (Tickets Required)

Alfred University will be hosting a dance residency with world renowned Wendy Whelan and Brian Brooks. Their residency includes a master class and 2 performances of an evening length dance concert, Some of a Thousand Words, on Friday September 2nd at 8pm, and Saturday September 3rd at 8pm in the Miller Performing Arts Theater at Alfred University.

A question/answer session moderated by Artist/Professor D. Chase Angier will follow Friday’s performance and a meet and greet with the artists will follow Saturday’s performance. Tickets are available online at commerce.cashnet.com/aupay or through the box office at 607-871-2828 or performs@alfred.edu. General admission tickets are $15, senior citizens and non-AU students are $5, and AU students are $2.

Link: http://www.alfred.edu/pressreleases/viewrelease.cfm?&ID=12948

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Saturday
September 3
8:00 PM
Location: Miller Theater, Miller Performing Arts Center
Guest Artist in Dance: Wendy Whelan and Brian Brooks (Tickets Required)

Some of a Thousand Words. Former New York City Ballet star and Principal Dancer Wendy Whelan joins acclaimed choreographer Brian Brooks to perform an evening of intimate solos and duets. Coming from fundamentally different dance worlds--one classical, one contemporary--these two unlikely partners find a striking balance. There is a talk back / interview with the artists after the Friday concert and a small reception after the Saturday concert.

Tickets required. For reservations, visit the online Box Office or email performs@alfred.edu. Credit card payments are accepted at the link below. We cannot charge to student accounts.
Link: Online payment

Order Tickets for September 03, 2016


Tuesday
September 6
6:00 PM
Location: Miller 301
AU Dance Theater Choreography Auditions (Free Event)

Miller 301 6 pm. Audition as a choreographer for AU Dance Theater concert that takes place Feb 2017 in Miller Theater. Come with filled our concept sheet located outside of the studios. Questions? email D. Chase Angier at angierc@alfred.edu


Tuesday
September 13
5:45 PM
Location: Miller Studio 300
AU Dance Theater Auditions (Free Event)

If you are interested in auditoning to be a dancer for the AU Dance Theater Dance Concert that takes place in the Miller Theater in February please come! No preparation necessary. Show up in action clothes with your schedule and a pen. All levels of experience or no experience are welcome. Miller 300. There are opportunites to perform in student, faculty and guest artist work.


Thursday
September 15
4:30 PM
Location: Nevins
Randall Chair in Ceramic Art: Takeshi Yasuda (Free Event)

Takeshi Yasuda is a Japanese potter who was born in Tokyo, Japan in 1943. Yasuda trained at the Daisei-Gama Pottery in Mashiko from 1963 to 1966 and established his first studio there. His early work consisted of ash-glazed stoneware, after which he explored Sancai and Creamware. Most recently Yasuda has been working with celadon-glazed porcelain.
Yasuda settled in Britain in 1973. He taught at various art schools and universities across the United Kingdom and was Professor of Applied Arts at the University of Ulster. From 2005 until


Saturday
September 17
9:00 PM
Location: Terra Cotta Coffehouse
Music: Anton Flint (Free Event)

Friend of AU, Anton Flint has been entertaining our neighborhoods, local festivals, bars and more for many years. Come see why he’s developed a great and loyal following in our community.


Wednesday
September 21
7:30 PM
Location: CD Smith III Theatre
’An Adult Evening of Shel Silverstein’ (Tickets Required)

’An Adult Evening of Shel Silverstein’ by Shel Silverstein. Irreverent and darkly humorous, this compilation of ten very short plays introduces us to near-bag ladies and indulgent but possibly dangerous fathers in this wild ride through the clever mind of one of America’s most loved poets. Presented by the Division of Performing Arts. in CD Smith III Theatre at 7:30 pm.

Tickets are required. Prices are $10 general admission, $5 for senior citizens and non-AU students, $2 for AU students. Reservations may be made by emailing performs@alfred.edu or visiting the link below.

Link: Box Office

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Thursday
September 22
7:30 PM
Location: CD Smith III Theatre
’An Adult Evening of Shel Silverstein’ (Tickets Required)

’An Adult Evening of Shel Silverstein’ by Shel Silverstein. Irreverent and darkly humorous, this compilation of ten very short plays introduces us to near-bag ladies and indulgent but possibly dangerous fathers in this wild ride through the clever mind of one of America’s most loved poets. Presented by the Division of Performing Arts. in CD Smith III Theatre at 7:30 pm.

Tickets are required. Prices are $10 general admission, $5 for senior citizens and non-AU students, $2 for AU students. Reservations may be made by emailing performs@alfred.edu or visiting the link below.

Link: Box Office

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Thursday
September 22
6:00 PM
Location: Powell Knight Club
Alfred Art Therapy Alliance (Free Event)

This Thursday is the first meeting for Alfred Art Therapy Alliance. If you are interested in Art, Psychology or Art Therapy, and/or would like to learn about this upcoming field join us! Just bring 1$ and the address of a loved one for our first activity.


Friday
September 23
7:30 PM
Location: CD Smith III Theatre
’An Adult Evening of Shel Silverstein’ (Tickets Required)

’An Adult Evening of Shel Silverstein’ by Shel Silverstein. Irreverent and darkly humorous, this compilation of ten very short plays introduces us to near-bag ladies and indulgent but possibly dangerous fathers in this wild ride through the clever mind of one of America’s most loved poets. Presented by the Division of Performing Arts. in CD Smith III Theatre at 7:30 pm.

Tickets are required. Prices are $10 general admission, $5 for senior citizens and non-AU students, $2 for AU students. Reservations may be made by emailing performs@alfred.edu or visiting the link below.

Link: Box Office

Order Tickets for September 23, 2016


Saturday
September 24
7:30 PM
Location: CD Smith III Theatre
’An Adult Evening of Shel Silverstein’ (Tickets Required)

’An Adult Evening of Shel Silverstein’ by Shel Silverstein. Irreverent and darkly humorous, this compilation of ten very short plays introduces us to near-bag ladies and indulgent but possibly dangerous fathers in this wild ride through the clever mind of one of America’s most loved poets. Presented by the Division of Performing Arts. in CD Smith III Theatre at 7:30 pm.

Tickets are required. Prices are $10 general admission, $5 for senior citizens and non-AU students, $2 for AU students. Reservations may be made by emailing performs@alfred.edu or visiting the link below.

Link: Box Office

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Sunday
September 25
4:00 PM
Location: Nevins Theater/Knight Club
2016 Moon Festival Gala and Dinner (Free Event)

2016 Moon Festival Gala and Dinner
(Confucius Institute Day)

Date: September 25, 2016
Gala: Nevins Theater
Time: 4:00-5:00 PM [Free Admission]
Dinner: Knight Club
Time: 5:30-7:30 PM [Free Tickets Available in Olin Building 211]

Organized by:
Confucius Institute at Alfred University


Friday
September 30
7:30 PM
Location: Miller Theater, Miller Performing Arts Center
Neil Jacobs in Concert (Free Event)

Performing Arts is pleased to present the return of ’Neil Jacobs and American Gypsy’. Internationally recognized 12-string guitarist/composer, Neil Jacobs, Ukrainian master violinist Arkadiy Gips and award-winning bassist, Steven Fox transforms Gypsy, Jazz, and World Folk into intriguing new American Music.