Xavier will host the 2015 Neighborh. . . - 10 hours ago | 121 views
Xavier will host the 2015 Neighborhood Summit March 6th- 7t
Posted: 3/3/15 12:52 PM
The 2015 Neighborhood Summit is a gathering of civically engaged residents that recognize the value of working together to make all our neighborhoods stronger, more welcoming places to live! The theme of the Neighborhood Summit is Collaboration Erases Boundaries. Join us at the Cintas Center for two exciting days of networking, and resource sharing across neighborhood boundaries.
March 6th 6:30pm -8:30pm - The Kick-off Dinner featuring City Manager Harry Black
March 7th 8am - 3:30 pm - The Neighborhood Summit
For more information: http://www.investinneighborhoods.com/summit.html
Anderson & Roe Piano Duo Performing. . . - 13 hours ago | 52 views
Anderson & Roe Piano Duo Performing March 8
Posted: 3/3/15 9:57 AM
Revolutionizing the piano duo experience for the 21st century, Greg Anderson and Elizabeth Joy Roe continue the Xavier Classical Piano Series on Sunday, March 8 at 2:30 p.m. in Gallagher Theater. They will be performing many works, including their own arrangements of Mozart, Bach, Radiohead, and Bernstein. Anderson & Roe are Steinway artists.
Tickets can be purchased online or by calling 513-745-3162. A reception with cash bar and light bites will follow the performance in the new Xavier University Center for Innovation. The Center for Innovation is located near Listermann Brewery, at the intersection of Dana Ave and Woodburn Ave/Francis Xavier Way.
For more information: http://www.xavier.edu/news/Anderson-Roe-Piano-Duo-coming-March-8.cfm#.VPXLDLPF9nc
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Hamilton College Choir Performing March 20 at Bellarmine
Posted: 3/3/15 9:53 AM
The Hamilton College Choir will be performing at Bellarmine Chapel on Friday, March 20 at 7:30 p.m. The performance features the College Choir, College Hill Singers, and the Hamilton College Barbershop Quartet, with repertoire by Pinkham (“Festival Magnificat”), Whitacre (“I thank you, God”), Bach (“Alles was Odem hat”), Brahms (“Der bucklichte Fiedler”), Rorem (selections from “From an Unknown Past”) and more. The choir is under the direction of G. Roberts Kolb, Professor of Music at Hamilton College.
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