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Celebrate community and inclusion in this masterful retelling of the original sensation, injected with contemporary references and dazzling new arrangements.
The UAB Piano Series will present Asiya Korepanova on Oct. 10, Marina Lomazov on Jan. 23, 2022, and Kenny Broberg on March 27, 2022.
Free, fun activities from UAB’s arts organizations will feature both virtual and in-person events, from lunch and learns to family days, dance performance, spoken word and coloring nights.
Bandaloop will take dance to new heights suspended from the roof of UAB’s Alys Stephens Center. Enjoy food trucks, live music and more as the ASC celebrates its 25th anniversary season.
The Alys Stephens Center’s 25th anniversary season begins with the return of a pioneer in aerial performance: Bandaloop will be in residence at UAB from Sept. 19-24, with two free performances.
ArtPlay’s new in-person classes range from visual arts, sculpture and hand quilting to musical theater, dance, improvisation and acting, plus more. Registration is open now.
The concert is set for 6 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 13, 2022, with a limited number of tickets on sale now. The full 25th anniversary season will be announced in August.
Learning and performing magic tricks can benefit children and adults with disabilities through rehabilitation in three key areas: dexterity, motivation and socialization.
Each month “Vocabby’s World” helps preschoolers grow language skills by introducing new words and exploring them through song, movement and creativity.
Mother’s Day giving is covered with the Virtual Arts Pass and Alabama artisan subscription box, including a virtual Keb’ Mo’ concert, origami workshop supplies, Bottega olive oil and more.
Charismatic singer/guitarist/songwriter and five-time Grammy Award winner Keb’ Mo’ will perform an intimate solo show and do an audience Q-and-A.
UAB Arts in Medicine is creating the choir with support from the Women’s Breast Health Fund of the Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham. Information sessions will be May 4, 5 and 8.
Rollin’ In The Hay is a high-octane, groove grass/bluegrass Americana band from Birmingham, Alabama. Reserve a spot online for the concert.
Safety protocols for in-person camps at UAB may include daily temp checks, staggered pickup and drop-off, small group classes, masking, distancing, and outdoor performances/art galleries.
Harris, heralded as “one of the most important young artists in jazz” by The Los Angeles Times, will perform as part of a free, live-streamed series of concerts presented by UAB’s Alys Stephens Center.
Red Baraat has drawn worldwide praise for its singular sound, a merging of hard-driving, North Indian bhangra with elements of hip-hop, jazz and raw punk energy.
An Alabama native dubbed the “Queen of Quirk” by Time Magazine, DeQn Sue will perform from the Alys Stephens Center stage in a livestreamed concert.
“Dedication,” presented by UAB’s Alys Stephens Performing Arts Center, is a Black History Month tribute to icons who made their mark in the cause of civil rights, music, sports and American culture.
UAB’s Alys Stephens Center will present free concerts by Eric Essix and Tracy Hamlin, DeQn Sue, Red Baraat, Stefon Harris + Blackout and Rollin’ In The Hay. Blues legend Keb’ Mo’ will perform a live-stream concert May 13; tickets are $20 per device.
ArtPlay has embraced virtual classes and camps with enthusiastic response from students and families. Registration for the just-announced classes is open now.
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