Arts & Events
At the age of 15, Lee won first prize in the 2016 Young Concert Artists International Auditions. On the program are works by Bach, Beethoven, Lizst, Chopin and more.
Since UAB’s first festival in 2003, these roller-coaster evenings have featured a variety of short comedies and tragedies, each performed in about 10 minutes.
Misunderstandings and tantrums abound when the four members of the self-absorbed Bliss family each invite a guest for the weekend.
Vanek’s lecture March 19 and exhibition are presented by the College of Arts and Sciences’ Department of Art and Art History.
“Tell Me Something Good” will receive its world-premiere performance by Theatre UAB for its 2019-2020 season.
The music has been inspired by and relates to two current AEIVA exhibits, “Stitching History From the Holocaust” and “Irene Grau: Incohèrent Walk.”
Goldblum will take questions, ask trivia questions and play classic jazz with his band.
Steeped in New Orleans groove, Delfeayo Marsalis and the Uptown Jazz Orchestra deliver the true essence of jazz.
Lugansky, who has performed for sold-out audiences at UAB, will perform works by Debussy, Scriabin and Rachmaninoff.
The Aeolians were winners at the 2018 World Choir Games in South Africa, and 2017 Choir of the World.
Holloway’s student team will include four seniors majoring in studio art: Chase Prater, Elizabeth Gioia, Eric Powell and Anthony Smith.

The performance is presented by UAB’s Alys Stephens Performing Arts Center and the Alabama Dance Council. On the program are “Carne Viva” and “Make Believe.”

Highlights include pianists Nikolai Lugansky and Yeol Eum Son, the Department of Music PRISM concert, and “Chamber Music @ AEIVA.”
This exhibition documents the artist as she walked through the green spaces of Santiago de Compostela dressed in green clothes carrying a green painting.
The exhibition functions as an experiential learning opportunity for the students of the College of Arts and Sciences’ Department of Art and Art History.
UAB’s Cathleen Cummings is searching for and identifying temples in Nagpur, India, before they are forgotten by history.
Register now for workshops and classes for all ages, including movement, dance, acting, improv, visual arts and much more.
This album, using the uncommon instrumental configuration of clarinet, trumpet and piano, consists primarily of new music commissioned and premiered by the UAB Chamber Trio.
Strohm, who received a minor in music technology from UAB, will discuss his role as president and his pathway to this prestigious appointment.
Audiences of all ages will treasure this magical tale of family, friendship and hope set to timeless holiday hits.
The exhibition at AEIVA is presented by the Birmingham Holocaust Education Center with gallery talks, a fashion show and a play by community partners.
Curated by art history students, the exhibition focuses on three epidemics, along with a lecture by Michael Saag, M.D.
The panel will include artists and creative arts therapists using a variety of creative arts to help individuals on their paths of recovery.
On the program for “A Piano Event Encounter with Japanese Music” are autumn songs, Japanese nursery rhymes, Japanese/American anime songs, and more.
After a tornado hit Jacksonville State University in March, the jazz ensemble musicians were left without a performance venue.
On Nov. 15 see the exhibition and enjoy “Chamber Music @ AEIVA,” a free performance that connects chamber music with the art on display.
The Grammy Award-winning singer’s hits include “Lady Marmalade,” “New Attitude,” “The Best is Yet to Come” and “On My Own” with Michael McDonald.
Strong student involvement as part of the production team makes this Theatre UAB production unique.
Kassan’s visit is part of the biennial print atelier program of the College of Arts and Sciences’ Department of Art and Art History.
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