Arts Events for April 2017
Note: While we make every effort to keep this listing up to date, event details are subject to change. All events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.
Thursday, Mar. 9 - Thursday, Apr. 6A collaboration between the Center for International Programs and IACT at ArtStreet, the 12th annual Citizens of the World installation highlights students’ experiences of the world in which we live through visual and expressive storytelling.
Thursday, March 30 – Thursday, April 27
This annual juried student show is open to students of all majors.
Saturday, April 1
Inspiring Gospel music is performed in the Kennedy Union Ballroom, under the direction of Donna Cox.
Tuesday, April 4
The University of Dayton’s student performing arts groups in music, dance and theatre take the Schuster Center stage for an evening to showcase their talents and recognize the installation of our new President, Dr. Eric Spina. Student artwork will be on display in the Schuster Wintergarden before and after the performance.
Sunday, April 9
A performance of sacred and secular music from all eras.
Tuesday, April 18
Three heroines from the works of Jules Massenet - Marie-Magdeleine, Éve, and Hérodiade - are examined through a spiritual lens in this lecture-recital.
Thursday, April 20
The University of Dayton's Percussion Ensemble plays under the direction of James Leslie.
Friday, April 21
The Faculty Brass Quintet performs a variety of music from the Renaissance to the 21st Century.
Javanese Gamelan and World Music Choir
Monday, April 24The Javanese Gamelan presents traditional music from Java, Indonesia, and new arrangements and experimental works.
Tuesday, April 25The Concert Band's Spring 2017 concert.
Tuesday, Apr. 25 - Saturday, May 6
Students in the ACT II course will creatively apply innovative practices to the collaborative and critical perspectives developed from the themes of the entire 2016–17 IACT Installation Series.