Courses available in Theatre, Music, Dance, Performance Design & Technology
THEA 200 "Literary London- Page to Stage" B block, includes trip to London
THEA 240 Acting I
THEA 340 Acting II
THEA 212 Page to Stage: Script Analysis
THEA 242 Performance Lab: Musical Theatre Double Threat
Opportunities on stage and behind the scenes for the Theatre Production of Shakespeare's "The Tempest" contact Becky Prophet for information: email@example.com
PERFORMANCE DESIGN & TECHNOLOGY
PDAT 120 Technical Theatre
PDAT 200 Costuming on the Half Scale
DANC 120 Fundamentals of Dance
DANC 224 Contact Improvisation
DANC 322 Modern Dance II
DANC 222 Modern Dance I
DANC 330 Improvisation/Composition II
Private Lessons available to ALL Students from Beginners to Advanced: Guitar, Piano, Strings, Winds, Brass, Percussion, Voice and the Chinese Guzheng are available for credit as listed in Banner
MUSC 120 Music Theory
MUSC 130 Piano I
MUSC 131 Piano II
MUSC 133 Music of the Guzheng
MUSC 211 World Music
MUSC 215 History of Rock Music
MUSC 200 Performance Lab: Musical Theatre Double Threat
MUSC 272 Chamber Singers- Audition information, contact Luanne Crosby: firstname.lastname@example.org
These Music Ensembles are Open to Everyone-
NO Audition necessary *Instruments are available
MUSC 271 University Chorus
MUSC 273 Symphonic Band
MUSC 274 Jazz Ensemble
MUSC 275 University Symphony Orchestra
MUSC 279 Chamber Music
Do you love to sing or play an instrument? Share your talent with other musicians in Performing Arts by joining an ensemble and/or taking private lessons. Private Lessons under MUSIC on Banner. Ensembles are Free Overload credit, and we have instruments, so there is no excuse not to join this Spring ! Questions- email LANTZ@ alfred.edu
MUSC 271 AU Chorus
MUSC 272 Chamber Singers - contact Luanne Crosby
MUSC 273 Symphonic Band
MUSC 274 Jazz Band
MUSC 275 Symphony Orchestra
MUSC 132 Beginning Voice Class
MUSC 133 Music of Guzheng - instruments provided !
MUSC 279 Chamber Music
The AU Chorus is open to all students regardless of musical background. If you can sing, we want you and we will teach you! In the spring semester, the choir will focus on music that celebrates diversity, acceptance and hope. We will be working on "Glory" from the movie "Selma" and alumni Chaz Bruce will come from Rochester to help us sing Gospel and R & B music. We will perform 2-3 selections from a new work "Considering Matthew Shepard" a piece about the tragic death of a young gay man but also focusses on hope for our future. We'll celebrate our Latino community in a Caribbean based "Kyrie" with steel drums and multiple percussion.
Concerned about issues of diversity, inclusion and community? Let's sing about it and through our songs truly become community.
University Chorus is a 2 credit course MUSC 271 and satisfies part of the Arts credit in General Education. The choir meets on Monday from 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm and Wednesday 5:20 pm - 6:50 pm. The group is also open to faculty and community members.
Singing in a choir has been shown to relieve stress and help people to find a community.
AU Student Senate and the Institute for Cultural Unity are seeking applications for the position of Diversity Chair. The position will serve both as a Senate executive Board member as well as the chair of the Institute for Cultural Unity. Applications and position descriptions are available in the Powell Campus Center at the Institute for Cultural Unity, Center for Student Involvement, and through the link below. All applications are due by Wednesday, November 21 and candidates will be interviewed during the week of November 26th. All questions can be directed toward Dr. Brian Saltsman, Director of Student Diversity and Inclusion (email@example.com)https://goo.gl/forms/BWV8DH4tCFsY7Fv92
The AU Bookstore Hours for November 19- Nov 23. Open regular hours Mon. & Tues. 11/19 & 20 8:30-5 pm, Wednesday 11/21 9:30-3:30pm. Closed Thurs.- Sun. 11/22-25.
Watch for our Cyber deals online, you can always pick up your order at the Bookstore! Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
Thursday, November 15 at 7:30 pm:
Hillel will be hosting a movie night in Howell Hall (big building up on the hill past Powell)!!
GOT WINTER BREAK PLANS? Participate in an employer site visit through EACE's Road Trips to the Real World!
Participate in EACE's Road Trips to the Real World! Road Trips offers college students the opportunity to attend one-day employer site visits between January 3-18, 2018. Host companies will talk about their organization, industry, internships, and job opportunities This is your chance to get the inside scoop and literally get your foot in the door at 30 participating employers...BUT space is limited and spots fill up VERY quickly, so register now!
The registration deadline is Friday, December 7, 2018. Register at www.eace.org/roadtrips
At each site, you will get an in-depth look at how the company operates and see firsthand the potential internships and jobs that are available. You will also network with employers and get a head start on your career planning. This is an opportunity you do not want to miss!
WHO: Students who are interested in exploring career opportunities. Open to any current undergraduate or graduate student attending a college or university that is a member of the Eastern Association of Colleges and Employers (EACE).
WHAT: An opportunity for students to learn first-hand about a career field, network with employers, and explore internship and job opportunities at 30 companies.(There is a cost of $10 per company visit to be paid at registration)
WHERE: Northeast region (Boston, Philadelphia, New York, and D.C. just to name a few!).
WHEN: Registration is open from October 29 - December 7, but sign up early as space is limited. Site visits
Literary London: Page and Stage is a cross-listed, team-taught, B-block course where students will "strut on down to London town," one of the most culturally inspiring cities in the world. Explore legendary sights, enjoy live theatre performances, meet famous actors, enjoy literary walking and backstage theatre tours, take excursions to Oxford, Stratford-upon-Avon, Bath, cruise the River Thames. Interested? Contact Professors S. Mayberry or S. Crosby (firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com)
Attachment: Literay London flyer
Attachment: Course DescriptionsPosted By: fcrosby
On the morning of Monday, November 19, the libraries will be completing a system upgrade. Access to online databases, journals, articles, and books may be disrupted for a two-hour period.
From about 8:00 am - 10:00 am.
We apologize for the inconvenience.
BIO 150-01 Monday & Tuesday 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm, Thursday, 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm and Friday from 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm, SC 303. Trinniti Gunn and Catie Donahue, leaders.
BIO 150-02 Wednesday, 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm and Sunday, 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm, SC 303, Jacob Passmore, leader.
The Student Recital for this Sunday has been Cancelled.