From Sean Curtice ’12:
I have written a new Piano Concerto that soon will be premiered with the Wesleyan Orchestra and a special guest soloist.
It’s all very exciting, but I am still desperately seeking violinists, violists, a bassoonist, and a French horn player to perform in the concert. The remaining rehearsals will be in Crowell at 9pm on April 9, April 11, and at 4:30pm on April 12 before the concert itself. And there will be champagne and pizza from Mondo! Contact me at scurtice[at]wesleyan[dot]edu if interested.
Date: April 12th
Time: 7-9 p.m.
Place: Crowell Concert Hall
Come converse with Rowan Converse ’14, and note wisely the “free food” tag:
Professor Sarah Mahurin discusses abortion through the lens of poetry, focusing on Gwendolyn Brooks’s “The Mother” and Lucille Clifton’s “The Lost Baby Poem.”
There will be free lunch! Sponsored by FemNet, the FGSS deparment, and WesWell.
Date: Tuesday, April 10
Time: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Place: Albritton 103
Sofia Warren ’13 wants you to eat free dessert:
Come enjoy delicious free food from a whole bevy of your favorite restaurants! WesAGE is hosting a fair at the Senior Center for students and seniors!
Come, mingle! If you’d like to perform (music, monologue, etc), contact
Date: Tuesday, April 10th
Time: 2:30-4:30 PM
Place: Senior Center (down Williams St. from Broad Street Books)
Come to Russell House this Wednesday to see Dorothy Wickenden, author and Executive Editor of The New Yorker.
Dorothy Wickenden is the author of Nothing Daunted: The Unexpected Education of Two Society Girls in the West, an acclaimed biography, family memoir, and portrait of the settling of the American West. She has been the executive editor of The New Yorker since 1996 and prior to that was an editor at Newsweek and at The New Republic. She edited The New Republic Reader: 80 Years of Opinion and Debate and is on the faculty of The Writers’ Institute at CUNY’s Graduate Center.
- Date: Wednesday, April 11
- Time: 8 p.m.
- Place: Russell House, 350 High Street
Zak Kirwood ’12 writes in:
Come for a talk with the editors of Bash Back!: Queer Ultraviolence, a book about radical queer resistance. Bash Back! had an astonishing impact on both radical and queer organizing in the United States, taking on gay assimilation, anti-queer violence, the queer radical establishment, and capitalism with a queer struggle that rejected traditional identity politics. The anthology compiles essays, interviews, and communiqués to document the new queer tendency spawned by the Bash Back! years. After presenting selections from the anthology and detailing an interactive timeline of Bash Back! speakers will open the room to discussion regarding queer struggle against austerity and capitalism.
Date: Today, Monday, April 9
Time: 7 pm
Place: PAC 002