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During the event, visitors can take tours of the Solar House and Solar Community, plus shop a vintage market, purchase plants from local shops and more.
From a lunch and learn to a screening of APT’s “Monograph” with newly discovered footage of Dial, “Chamber Music @ AEIVA” and a spoken word evening, join AEIVA for free events this fall.
The College of Arts and Sciences’ Department of Music presents recitals and concerts by students, faculty and guest artists, and many of the performances are free.
“These Distances Between Us: 21st Century Songs of Longing” by Emily Jaworski Koriath, DMA, and her husband, Tad, focuses on 21st century compositions by living composers.
Outstanding high school music students can practice and perform with the Marching Blazers for the UAB vs. Georgia Southern game half-time show, entertaining a crowd of thousands in Birmingham’s Protective Stadium.
The UAB Abroms-Engel Institute for the Visual Arts will present the first major retrospective exhibition in Alabama of legendary artist Thornton Dial Sr. from Sept. 9-Dec. 10. A free panel discussion and opening reception begins at 5:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 9.
UAB faculty, staff and students are helping create, organize and perform in the massive opening and closing ceremonies, happening July 7 and July 17 at Protective Stadium.
Bring blankets, chairs and picnics for the 7 p.m. concert, then stay to watch the fireworks show from atop Red Mountain.
Rising seventh- through 12th-grade students can register today for a comprehensive, music-making summer camp experience in the Magic City.
For this free inaugural ASO/UAB Music Concerto Winners concert, alumna Mira Walker ’20 and graduating senior Dina Kasman will each play a different piano concerto by Sergei Prokofiev.
The pandemic delayed their plans, but Côr yr Urdd — a national collegiate choir from Wales — will come to Birmingham to perform with the UAB Gospel Choir for its concert Monday, April 18.
Presented by UAB Arts in Medicine, experts will provide insight into what happens physically and mentally surrounding a high-stakes performance and how performers can address the fear.
Broberg, winner of the 2021 American Pianists Award, will perform works by Medtner, Fauré and Schumann.
The all-department concert will feature solo and ensemble performances, including choral, band, piano, voice, computer music and chamber music.
The event will feature a tour and Bayberry String Quartet performing works by Mozart and Prokofiev in conjunction with the current AEIVA exhibition “Lily Reeves: Between Futures.”
Pianists from around the United States will return from graduate school studies to perform on the UAB Department of Music’s Hamburg Steinway D 9-foot grand piano, in celebration of Distinguished Professor of Piano Yakov Kasman’s 55th birthday.
Cameron Johnson and John Richardson are among five students in the state who were honored; they were recognized for their original compositions “After the Dust Has Settled” and “Cyber Megatropolis,” respectively.
Highlights include UAB Piano Series performances by Marina Lomazov and Kenny Broberg, Chamber Music @ AEIVA, the third annual PRISM concert, and more.
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