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An interview with Cheryl Tan ’11 by Sarah Wolfe ‘12. Cheryl Tan, a senior music and theater major, will present her senior project The Old Maid and the Thief by Gian Carlo Menotti on Sunday, April 10 at 7pm in Crowell Concert Hall. I sat down with Tan, who plays Laetitia, to discuss the performance […]

An interview with Samantha Joy Pearlman ’11 by Sarah Wolfe ‘12. This Thursday, April 7 and Friday, April 8, the Center for the Arts will travel back to World War II to experience the life of an American woman who participated in the USO Camp Shows. The solo performance, titled Devotedly, Sincerely Yours: The Story […]

An entry from the Center for the Arts Blog by Director Pamela Tatge: First, I want to thank everyone for enlivening this blog with your opinions about the work that you’ve seen at the Center for the Arts over the past month.  All of us at the CFA appreciate your comments…keep it up!  There’s nothing […]

Center for the Arts Intern Lucy Strother ’11 interviews dance thesis choreographer Sarah Ashkin ’11 in anticipation of this weekend’s Spring Senior Thesis Dance Concert performances. This Thursday through Saturday, senior dance majors will showcase their choreography at the Spring Senior Thesis Dance Concert performances. I asked senior dance major Sarah Ashkin for some more […]

An interview with Eric Galm (Ph.D.’04)  by Center for the Arts Intern and Music Major Lucia Strother ’11 In anticipation of this weekend’s upcoming performances by Viver Brasil, I spoke with Eric Galm, Wesleyan graduate and professor of music and ethnomusicology at Trinity College. Galm is an expert in Brazilian music, and provided some valuable […]

A Celebration of Alvin Lucier Homecoming/Family Weekend November 4-6, 2011 Symposium, concerts and Zilkha Gallery exhibition, “Alvin Lucier and His Artist Friends” curated by Andrea Miller-Keller. Alvin Lucier is the John Spencer Camp Professor of Music and retires this June after 40 years. Join the Music Department, Center for the Arts, alumni, visiting artists and […]

An entry from the Center for the Arts Blog by Director Pamela Tatge, “Three in one: A celebration of dance at Wesleyan, March 5 and 6:” This Saturday, we welcome three exceptional dance companies to the Center for the Arts Theater. For those who have been coming to the Breaking Ground Dance Series, you’ll remember […]

Posted for Akiko Hatakeyama Akiko Hatakeyama, a graduate student composer in the Music program, will present her multimedia pieces with acoustic instruments, analog synthesizer, videos, and interactive systems utilizing SuperCollider and Max/MSP/Jitter. Guest performers are Aleksandra Miglowiec, Joseph Getter, Benjamin Klein and Eoin Callery. Date: February 26 • Time: 6 p.m. • Venue: Memorial Chapel […]

A three-show run of “Melancholy Play” by MacArthur Award-winner Sarah Ruhl opens Thursday at the CFA Theater in an all-Wesleyan production directed by visiting artist Michael Rau ’05. The performances follow Ruhl’s two-day visit to campus in mid-February, during which she met privately with Rau and the student cast to discuss her work. The play […]

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