Category Archives: Events

Milk & Choreo Workshops

Leo Enverga ’14 reminds you that you can still dip your choreos in the dark snow:

Want to START dancing?
Want to IMPROVE as a dancer?
Just want to DANCE? WITHOUT the pressure of auditions, rehearsals, performances..

Milk & Choreo is teaching workshops every Saturday at 2pm! NO dance experience necessary. Every week, we’ll be teaching new movements and new pieces of hip-hop choreography that will help you improve your moves and will be guaranteed fun! Bring your friends! and come ready to move and sweat! The party starts at 2pm, don’t be late!

Date: Today, February 16
Time: 2:00 p.m.
Place: Fayerweather Dance Studio
Cost: Free

French Hall Brunch

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From David Mai ’15:

Come to French Hall this Sunday to enjoy a tasty French brunch: crepes, pancakes, coffee and tea. Come chill with French Hall residents and learn what’s it to live on the hall!

Date: Tomorrow, February 17th
Time: 11:30 am – 2 pm
Place: French Hall (Nics 7 basement)
Cost: None

Brian Parks Graduate Recital

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If you’re looking for something to do tonight, check out Brian’s graduate recital. Brian is a graduate student in the music department, my solkattu classmate, a fantastic organist, and an excellent composer. He is also great at naming pieces – see “all the trichords in a seven-letter alphabet where order matters and no performer sonifies the same pitch or embodies the same gesture consecutively.” There are also a ton of students performing with him. More information below:

The concert is February 16th, tonight, at 8:00 PM in Memorial Chapel.   I will present works from 2007-2013 including the first piece I premiered here.  This encompasses the span of time I’ve spent here.  In addition, there will be three premieres, two of them based on the tiling theorems of mathematician John Lely.  The premieres will be: tiling canon for hymn-tunenon-deterministic amenall the trichords in a seven-letter alphabet where order matters and no performer sonifies the same pitch or embodies the same gesture consecutively, scalar mensuration, and tiling canon for ballet dancers.