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Uindy arts preview for March part 2

Doug Crandell speaking to students and staff in his Kellogg Writers Series discussion.
Doug Crandell speaking to students and staff in his Kellogg Writers Series discussion.
Nayt Rundquist

Kellogg Writer Series: fiction writer and memoirist Cathy Day Monday the 22nd at 7:30

Born and raised in Peru, Indiana, Cathy Day’s first novel The Circus in Winter, a fictional history of her home town, was a Best Book of 2004 on She will be reading from all of her works and discussing her more recent publication Comeback Season: How I Learned to Play the Game of Love.

Faculty Artist Series NCSQ 10th anniversary celebration Monday the 22nd at 7:30

The New Century String Quartet will be celebrating their tenth year together performing pieces they commissioned throughout the years including the newest, a premier from composer Frank Felice. New Century String Quartet features violinists Dean Franke and Louise Alexander, violist Susan Chan, and cellist Dennis McCafferty.

Student composer forum Wednesday the 24th at 7:30

A night of world premiers from music students right here on campus. Every piece performed was written and performed by UIndy students. Styles range from classical to electronic and from chamber to the downright absurd. This night of music is sure to have something for every music lover out there.

Faculty Artist Series: chamber evening Monday the 29th at 7:30

The faculty of the University of Indianapolis presents a diverse array of composers throughout history. Composers featured this evening include Mozart, Villa-Lobos, Shostakovich, and Elliot Carter. Solos, trios and quartets populate the concert with classic and unusual combinations sure to entrance and entertain.

Jazz Combo Tuesday the 30th at 7:30

Led by Harry Miedema, the Jazz Combo features the University’s best jazz students as they perform a repertoire of jazz music both classical and modern.

Mu Phi departmental recital Wednesday the 31st at 7:30

Students of the musical honors society Mu Phi Epsilon perform the pieces they have been practicing throughout the year. Mu Phi represents the best the music department has to offer both musically and academically. Come and see what the cream of the musical crop.


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