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From now until February 4th join us for "Siren Song," sculptures and installation about coastal loss by Delaney Martin, Taylor Shepherd, Yotam Haber and Isabelle Hayeur. Come visit Barrister's Gallery located in the Bywater at 2331 St. Claude Ave for this spectacular musical collaboration. More information at the following link:  http://m.bestofneworleans.com/gambit/siren-song-sculptures-and-installation-about-coastal-loss-by-delaney-martin-taylor-shepherd-yotam-haber-and-isabelle-hayeur/E...
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Bass John Hines and pianist Korey Barrett will collaborate with New Orleans soprano Amy Pfrimmer presenting three New Orleans area recitals, The French Wagnerians and a Journey to the East, featuring French, Russian, and Bulgarian songs. The concert will highlight several French Wagnerian composers, including Duparc, Chausson, and Franck, as well as Paladhile, Hadjiev, and Borodin. Admission is free and all are welcome. 

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Bass John Hines and pianist Korey Barrett will collaborate with New Orleans soprano Amy Pfrimmer presenting a recital at UNO entitled "The French Wagnerians and a Journey to the East," featuring French, Russian, and Bulgarian songs. The concert will highlight several French Wagnerian composers, including Duparc, Chausson, and Franck, as well as Paladhile, Hadjiev, and Borodin. Admission is free and all are welcome.    
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"Is the US Criminal Legal System a Crime Against Humanity?" Christopher Wellmon Professor of Philosophy, Washington University (St. Louis) Seminar is open to the public, but all attendees must read the paper in advance of the meeting. To participate, please email Chris Surprenant at tocqueville@uno.edu. Support for this lecture has been provided by the Institute for Humane Studies and the John Templeton Foundation.
Join us at Snug Harbor for shows at 8PM and 10PM. Geoff Clapp has been performing, touring and recording as a drummer since the age of 12. He grew up playing in the church in North Carolina and still loves to play and grow as an artist since moving to New Orleans in 1992. With a very unique and wide palette of musical styles, Geoff is equally comfortable laying down a groove with a Sunday morning worship team as he is on stage with his jazz contemporaries. He is joined tonight by guitar great ...
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Please join us for a performance of new music in the Recital Hall.  Chris Pitsiokos is a saxophonist, composer, and improviser. His music combines the intensity and immediacy of extreme rock forms and noise with the lyricism and forward propulsion of jazz and the abstract detail of contemporary classical composers Iannis Xenakis and Helmut Lachenmann.  The music of composer, performer, improviser, and sound designer Philip White is known for its ecstatic intensity and expressive so...
Robert E. Nims Theatre (map)
The feature film Sacrilege, which showcases the talents of UNO students from the Department of Film and Theatre and was written/directed by UNO alumni Paul Catalanatto, premiers tonight at 8 PM in the PAC Nims Theatre. All are welcome. Sacrilege Starring Jenn Foreman, Jordan Salloum, Megan Few, Kim Baptiste, Greg Pearson Produced by John Allen, Paul Catalanotto, Wade Henderson, Hamp Overton Directed by Paul Catalanotto
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Please join us at the Recital Hall for a concert featuring a piano solos and duets performed by Emily Fransen and Kaitlyn Tholen at 5PM. Repetoire as follows: Debussy “Petite Suite” for piano four hands A selection of Debussy Etudes Debussy’s “La Plus que lente” Bartok’s “Suite for Piano, Op. 14” Rachmaninoff “Prelude in G Minor, Op. 23 No. 5”  
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Join us in PAC 103 at 11am. Ensemble Adilei performs traditional Georgian polyphonic songs and chants.Adilei’s main passion lies in the songs from the province of Guria in Western Georgia, though other regions are also represented in their repertoire. Gurian music has often been compared to jazz, because improvisation is its main component, and all the voice parts move independently each other, creating contrapuntal polyphony. Gurian song is also characterized by krimanchuli, a yodeling t...
One of a kind collaboration with Brian and the Fellowship Band with the Loyola Symphony Orchestra. Parking is free and available in the West Road Garage, located on West Road and accessible via St. Charles Avenue. Campus Map More information at https://www.etix.com/ticket/p/7122903/brian-blade-the-fellowship-band-with-the-loyola-symphony-orchestra-new-orleans-louis-jroussel-performance-hallloyola-university  
Saturday February 11th, shows at 7PM and 9PM at the Old US Mint at 400 Esplanade Ave  Come join the "Hope of Home" CD Release Party featuring UNO Music Department faculty Davy Mooney on guitar with Brian Blade on drums, Jon Cowherd on piano, John Ellis on tenor sax and Matt Clohesy on bass.  Special rate for students who are invited (with college ID) to get half price at the door!  OR go to http://www.musicatthemint.org/events/2017/2/11/davy-mooney at the chec...
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New Orleans Children's Chorus performs. 

This Theatre UNO fundraiser features a selection of scenes and showtunes performed by a vast array of local talent. Special ticket pricing below: Producer’s Package:$100 for a champagne reception hosted by UNO First Lady Dr. Stacy Nicklow; priority seating for the performance. Director’s Package: $40 for a ticket to the performance and complimentary concessions.  Actor’s Package (UNO students, staff and faculty): $30 for a ticket to the performance.
Sunday February 12th, shows at 8PM and 10PM at Snug Harbor 626 Frenchman Ave Come join the "Hope of Home" CD Release Party featuring UNO Music Department faculty Davy Mooney on guitar with Brian Blade on drums, Jon Cowherd on piano, John Ellis on tenor sax and Matt Clohesy on bass.Ticket information at Snug Harbor
"Sexual Boorishness" Eric Cave Professor of Philosophy, Arkansas State Seminar is open to the public, but all attendees must read the paper in advance of the meeting. To participate, please email Chris Surprenant at tocqueville@uno.edu. Support for this lecture has been provided by the Institute for Humane Studies and the John Templeton Foundation.
Sen. Theodore "Ted" M. Hickey Ballroom (map)
Parking: Guest parking is in the main lot to the east of the University Center; please be careful to not enter the smaller paid lot which is gated. Parking in front of the Administration Building will be subject to ticketing.
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UNO Music students perform. 

Performing Arts Center Lab Theater (map)
Two dropouts loiter behind a Vermont coffee shop. Through Bukowski style prose and stoned, musical phrasing they seek some sense of truth and purpose. When the new barista arrives on the scene, they decide to teach him everything they know. A play with songs.  NOTICE: The production contains some adult content and language.
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Contemporary American composer and multi instrumentalist Elliot Sharp presents a master class from 1-2PM in the Recital Hall.

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Musical Excursions is UNO's premier concert series, featuring internationally acclaimed artists in concert in the Performing Arts Center Recital Hall. For up-to-date detials go to Facebook event Admission is free to all UNO students. We would like to extend you a warm welcome to listen to the world renowned Ariel String Quartet. This program is open to the public and free to UNO students with ID. Ticketing and more information at the following link Ariel Quartet
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Spring Jazz at the Sandbar features UNO student combos performing with well-known jazz professional and trumpeter Wendell Brunious in a convivial club setting. For more information call 504-280-6381 or at the following link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wendell_Brunious

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UNO Choir and Voice Music students perform.