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Arts and Events
Calendar

  • April
  • May
  • Special Events
  • University Theatre
  • Gallery Exhibitions
  • Concerts are subject to change. For up-to-date concert information, call the 24-hour concert line, 206-535-7621, or the PLU music office during regular business hours, 206-535-7602. Ticket prices (unless otherwise noted) are $8 general, $5 students/seniors, $3 alumni, and free for 18 and under. Season passes are available.

    For information about PLU Connections events in your area, call 1-800-258-6758.


    A P R I L


    5
    SAT
    PLU Connections - Twin Cities
    Held in conjunction with Lutheran College Fair
    6
    SUN
    President Anderson preaches at Central Lutheran Church in Minneapolis.
    10
    THUR
    Lyric Brass Quintet
    8pm, Lagerquist Concert Hall, Mary Baker Russell Music Center
    13
    SUN
    Early & Baroque Music
    3pm, Lagerquist Concert Hall, Mary Baker Russell Music Center
    16
    WED
    University Chorale
    The Chorale begins a four-day tour through Coeur d'Alene, Missoula, Kalispell, Yakima and Wenatchee
    20
    SUN
    PLU Connections - Montana
    President Anderson preaches at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Missoula
    22
    TUES
    University Chorale
    8pm, Lagerquist Concert Hall, Mary Baker Russell Music Center
    23
    WED
    Concert Band and Men's Chorus
    8pm, Lagerquist Concert Hall, Mary Baker Russell Music Center
    24
    THUR
    Flute Choir
    8pm, Lagerquist Concert Hall, Mary Baker Russell Music Center
    25
    FRI
    University Jazz and Jazz Lab Ensembles
    8pm, Lagerquist Concert Hall, Mary Baker Russell Music Center
    26
    SAT
    Norwegian Heritage Festival
    11am-3pm, Scandinavian Cultural Center,admission free
    28
    MON
    Initiative 13: Seattle's Anti-Gay Campaign
    2:30-3:30pm, Xavier 114
    Presentation on "The Virtues of Dissent: An Analysis of Seattle's Anti-Gay Initiative 13 Campaign" by Beth Kraig, associate professor of history
    29
    TUES
    University Singers
    8pm, Lagerquist Concert Hall, Mary Baker Russell Music Center

    SPECIAL EVENT

    Americas Conference

    PLU and the Northwest International Education Association host "The Politics of Language and Identity in the Americas," a free two-day conference. Call 206-535-7577 for information.

    APRIL 3
    Peruvian Artwork Presentation
    6pm, Scandinavian Cultural Center
    An exhibition of the works of renowned Peruvian artisan Nicario Jimenez Quispe, master of the retablo - a brightly painted wooden box with three-dimensional figures from scenes of daily life in Peru. Quispe will present "Art and Cultural Resistance in Peru."

    Music from the Americas
    8pm, Lagerquist Concert Hall, Mary Baker Russell Music Center
    An Andean folk troupe, Native American flutes and drummers, and Brazilian percussionists and vocalists perform "Music at the Crossroads in the Americas," celebrating a variety of musical traditions. Tickets are $5 adults, $3 students, free to conference participants.

    APRIL 4
    Americas Conference
    9am, Scandinavian Cultural Center
    "The Politics of Language and Identity in the Americas," presentations and panel discussions exploring the role that language and culture play in shaping social, political and economic reality in the Americas. Presentations include "Politics of Linguistic Borders in the US - the Spanish-English Issue," "Language, Ideology and Nationalism in Francophone Canada" and "Indigensimo and Self-Representation in Latin America: Myth and Reality."

    GALLERY EXHIBITIONS
    David Keyes
    Sculpture
    March 11 - April 11 -- University Gallery

    From Pen to Palette
    Poetry and Paintings of Hilda Hatlen
    April 3-13 -- Scandinavian Cultural Center

    May Art Graduates' Show
    April 15 - May 18 -- University Gallery

    University Gallery is located in Ingram Hall. Regular hours are Mon.-Fri., 8:30am-4:30pm. Admission is free. Call 206-535-7386 for information.

    The Scandinavian Cultural Center is located on the lower level of the University Center. Regular hours are Tues.-Wed., 11am-3pm and Sun., 1-4pm. Call 206-535-7349

    UNIVERSITY THEATRE
    Dance Land
    April 18 and 19 at 8pm
    Professional and student choreographers pool their talents to create an evening of provocative, stimulating and involving dance sequences. An anticipated PLU tradition! Performances are held in Eastvold Auditorium. Tickets are $3 general, $2 PLU students. Call 206-535-7359.

    Amadeus
    May 1-3, 9, 10 at 8pm
    May 11 at 2pm

    The University Theatre finishes the season with Peter Shaffer's classic story of the incorrigible, but gifted, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and his jealous rival, Antonio Salieri. The opulent, engrossing and passionate story is directed by William Becvar. Note: This play is not suitable for young children. Performances are held in Eastvold Autiorium. Tickets are $7 general; $4 seniors, PLU faculty, staff, students. Call 206-535-7762.

    M A Y


    2
    FRI
    Choral Union and Northwest Sinfonietta
    8pm, Lagerquist Concert Hall, Mary Baker Russell Music Center
    Mozart's Requiem
    3
    SAT
    Q Club Banquet
    6pm, Olson Auditorium
    7
    WED
    Park Avenue Vocal Jazz
    8pm, Lagerquist Concert Hall, Mary Baker Russell Music Center
    8
    THUR
    Regency Concert Finale
    8pm, Lagerquist Concert Hall, Mary Baker Russell Music Center
    Season finale with Camas Quintet, Lyric Brass Quintet and Regency String Quartet
    9
    FRI
    1925 African Famine
    2:30-3:30pm, Xavier 114
    Presentation on "The Great Hunger of 1925: A Colonial Famine in the Equatorial African Rain Forest (of Gabon)" by John Cinnamon, visiting assistant professor of anthropology. Free
    9
    FRI
    Choir of the West
    8pm, Lagerquist Concert Hall, Mary Baker Russell Music Center
    11
    SUN
    Forestine Wise Monsen Memorial Concert
    3pm, Lagerquist Concert Hall, Mary Baker Russell Music Center
    Student piano performances. Proceeds benefit the Forestine Wise Monsen Memorial Scholarship.
    13
    TUES
    University Symphony Orchestra
    8pm, Lagerquist Concert Hall, Mary Baker Russell Music Center
    Masterpiece Series Program IV, featuring organist David Dahl. Debut performance showcasing the Gottfried and Mary Fuchs Organ.
    18
    SUN
    Wind Ensemble: Children's Concert and Ice Cream Social
    3pm, Eastvold Auditorium, admission free

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    Source: Pacific Lutheran Scene, Spring 1997
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