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Deadly Sins: A Sword Play

 

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UNCSA Symphony Orchestra: The War ofthe Romantics

 

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The Katz-Shteinberg Duo

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Kenan Institute 20th Anniversary Celebratory Concert

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Student Films of 2012-13

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Two's Company

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Emerging Choreographers

 

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UNCSA Performances - September 2013

 

11 & 12 (Wed & Thurs) DEADLY SINS: A SWORD PLAY (workshop presentation )

7:30 pm Freedman Theatre

Directed by Dale Girard/Studio 3

Fourteen scenes of mortal combat, employing a range of weapons, tactics,

and tricks. An evening of stage combat that is part theatre, part dance,

part spectacle, part survival! Appropriate for all ages.

FREE

21 (Sat) UNCSA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA: THE WAR OF THE ROMANTICS

7:30 pm Stevens Center

The concert begins with the progressive music of Wagner, and closes with

conservative Brahms’ final symphony, his Fourth. Concerto competition

winner Jessica Appolinario is featured in Richard Strauss’ Horn Concerto

No. 1. How will the battle end?

$15 regular and $13 for students with valid ID  

24 (Tues) THE KATZ-SHTEINBERG DUO

7:30 pm Watson Hall

Since 1999, the Katz-Shteinberg viola and piano duo has performed in

Germany, Sweden, Canada, Israel and the United States, including Avery

Fisher Hall and Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall. UNCSA faculty pianist

Dmitri Shteinberg is joined by Shmuel Katz, who teaches at New York

University and serves as the principal violist of the Mostly Mozart Festival

Orchestra.

$15 regular and $13 for students with valid ID  

26 (Thurs) THOMAS S. KENAN INSTITUTE 20TH ANNIVERSARY

CELEBRATORY CONCERT

7:30 pm Crawford Hall

Collage concert featuring UNCSA faculty and students performing works for

organ, brass, voice … and some surprises! Dessert reception follows on

Daniels Plaza.

FREE, but ticketed through the Box Office.

27 (Fri) STUDENT FILMS OF 2012-13

7 pm Main Theatre, ACE Complex

Public screenings of 2012-13 student films.

FREE

28 (Sat) TWO’S COMPANY

7:30 pm Watson Hall

Join Judith Saxton, trumpet, and pianist Allison Gagnon for their September

synergy of sonatas, songs and something surprising.

$15 regular and $13 for students with valid ID  

29 (Sun) FLETCHER OPERA INSTITUTE: OPERA SCENES

2 pm Freedman Theatre

James Allbritten, musical director

Steven LaCosse, stage director

Angela Vanstory Ward, pianist

An afternoon at the opera: Fletcher Fellows perform scenes from the

repertoire.

FREE

30 (through Oct 4) (Mon-Fri)  EMERGING CHOREOGRAPHERS

7:30 pm de Mille Theatre

Experience cutting-edge dance first hand as contemporary dance students

choreograph for their classmates in utterly original, vibrant new works.

Raw, youthful, and spontaneous, Emerging Choreographers presents the

next generation of creativity in dance.

$15 regular and $13 for students with valid ID  

 

Other Performances in September 2013 at UNCSA Venues

 

14 (Saturday)

Winston-Salem Symphony

Stevens Center

7:30pm

$63-$26

15 (Sunday)

Winston-Salem Symphony

Stevens Center

3:00pm

$63-$16

17 (Tuesday)

Winston-Salem Symphony

Stevens Center

7:30pm

$63-$16

25 (Wednesday)

Old Salem Museums and Gardens

American Perspectives

David Brooks

Stevens Center

7:00pm

$50, $35