Shannon Thomason

Shannon Thomason

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Arts events, art and art history, music, student life, theatre
The UAB Gospel Choir will perform at free, public events in coming days, then present its own 18th anniversary fall concert Nov. 18.
All are invited to the hour-long, free lectures and demonstrations of Irish dance, Indian dance and French language and culture, at noon each day in the ASC.
The three-day festival of electronic music and art in Virginia will include works by more than 70 artists and composers from across the nation.
Smith, originally from Montgomery, will make his Carnegie Hall debut with a program dedicated to Russian composer Nikolai Medtner. Smith, originally from Montgomery, will make his Carnegie Hall debut with a program dedicated to Russian composer Nikolai Medtner.
Distinguished faculty from throughout CAS will present topical lectures on issues from cinema to math to racial disparities for the Haddin Forum.
Sedaris, an ASC favorite returning for the fifth time, will celebrate the release of his ninth book, “Let’s Explore Diabetes with Owls,” with the audience.
“Unleash the Dragon” is the theme for this year’s Homecoming Week, as the Blazers celebrate with fun events leading up to the UAB football game Nov. 2.
The work by Professor of Painting Gary Chapman depicts his daughter and was created using oil and gold leaf on canvas and mixed media on wood panels.
Shankar will perform songs from her latest CD, “Traces of You,” accompanied by her band. They will also conduct a free ArtPlay workshop.
Cello virtuoso Yo-Yo Ma will perform a program of Saygun’s “Partita,” “Appalachia Waltz,” George Crumb’s Solo Sonata and Bach’s Suites Nos. 1, 2 and 3.
 
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