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DELIGHT IN THE ARTS! 2013-2014 SEASON

WASHINGTON AND LEE UNIVERSITY


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Shanghai Ballet

The Butterfly Lovers

Tuesday, October 15, 2013 7 p.m. Keller Theatre, Lenfest Hall

“The costumes were dazzling.... Starting off in a lowkey manner, the Shanghai Ballet...built to a crescendo of rapid-fire, over-the-head lifts and tours en l’air at the sold-out...auditorium.” ~Dottie Ashley, The Post and Courier The Shanghai Ballet returns to the Lenfest Center for the Arts to present their signature Chinese ballet, The Butterfly Lovers. Based on an ancient legend often considered the Chinese equivalent of Romeo and Juliet, this tragic ballet tells of Zhu, a young woman who disguises herself as a man to pursue her studies, and her classmate Liang, with whom she falls in love even though she is betrothed to another. This heartbreaking tragedy is filled with luminous costumes, spectacular sets, and gorgeous choreography performed with exquisite skill by these gifted dancers. First introduced to U. S. audiences during its coastto-coast tour in the fall of 2002, the Shanghai Ballet performed The White-Haired Girl on the Keller stage to a two-day, sold-out crowd. The company subsequently presented more than 1,700 performances of The WhiteHaired Girl and established its predominant position in the international ballet world. Ever since, the Shanghai Ballet has enchanted audiences around the world with its interpretations of classical Chinese and Western ballets.

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CONTENTS Lenfest Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-7 Theater and Dance Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-12 Season Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 13-14 SonoKlect. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 15 Concert Guild Events. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16-18 Fall Music Events. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..19-22 Winter Music Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23-28 Spring Music Events. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 29-30 Staniar Gallery. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31-34 Ticket Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Order Forms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36-39 Brochure cover photograph: Shanghai Ballet, The Butterfly Lovers Graphic Design by Susan Wager W&L University photographs by Kevin Remington and Patrick Hinely ’73

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Tickets are required. Adult $25, Senior $20 Active Military $20 W&L Faculty & Staff $20 W&L Student/Student $10


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Opera Roanoke

Mozart’s The Magic Flute Monday, October 21, 2013 8 p.m. Keller Theatre, Lenfest Hall

Lenfest, W&L Class of ’64, and Concert Guild join together to present Mozart’s genius in this new production of opera’s favorite fairy tale, The Magic Flute.

Shelly Millam, Pamina

The Queen of the Night and the mysterious sorcerer Sarastro vie for the young initiates, Tamino (Scott Williamson) and Pamina (Shelly Millam). With the hapless bird-catcher Papageno (Rod Gomez), the Queen’s lively trio of ladies, singing spirits and dancing animals, The Magic Flute has been a favorite in every era, attracting fans of all ages. See the drama and hear the music come to life in this exciting new production by the Shenandoah Valley’s foremost opera company. Tickets are required. Adult $25, Senior $20 Active Military $20 W&L Faculty & Staff $20 W&L Student/Student $10

Rod Gomez, Papageno Sponsored in part by the Class of ’64 Performing Arts Fund

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A Celebration of Great Film Music

Saturday, November 9, 2013 Sunday, November 10, 2013 8 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall

University-Shenandoah Symphony Orchestra

A two-night run including selections from Les Misérables featuring Broadway’s Ivan Rutherford and Michelle Ponder ’14

In a two-day performance event, former Broadway star and famed actor Ivan Rutherford will highlight the fall performances of the University-Shenandoah Symphony Orchestra in Wilson Concert Hall. Lenfest, W&L Class of ’63 and USSO collaborate to present Rutherford, who has performed the role of Jean Valjean in Les Misérables more than 2,000 times on Broadway and on national tours. Rutherford joins the Symphony in performances

of “Stars,” “Empty Chairs at Empty Tables,” and “Bring Him Home,” all from the popular musical. Also, from the musical, senior voice major Michelle Ponder will sing the selections “On My Own,” and “I Dreamed a Dream.”

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Krasnoyarsk National Dance Company of Siberia

Founded in 1960, Krasnoyarsk National Dance Company of Siberia is lovingly embraced by its homeland and has won over audiences worldwide during its many tours and festival appearances. Mikhail Godenko, founder and choreographer, brings popular Siberian folk dances to the stage, complete with 55 dancers and an array of gorgeous folk costumes. Audiences agree he brings out the wealth of Siberian folklore and everyday life in the region with pieces such as “The Mother-in-Law had Seven Sons-in-Law” and “A Girl Went to Fetch Water.” Like a fairytale revealed, vivid characters in lavishly colorful

Thursday, January 30, 2014 7 p.m. Keller Theatre, Lenfest Hall

costumes flow from one folk dance to the next in a single choreographic symphony. Godenko crafts the dances like large canvases with many episodes and contrasting rhythms. While paying tribute to their remote homeland, this is no mere presentation of peasant dance as Godenko deftly infuses village ritual with modern technique. The company’s orchestra utilizes folk instruments to interweave regional music within the dance pieces. The resulting performance showcases tradition through the eyes of a skillful choreographer and a host of disciplined artists. Tickets are required. Adult $25, Senior $20 Active Military $20 W&L Faculty & Staff $20 W&L Student/Student $10

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An Evening with The Broadway Boys

The Broadway Boys are a collection of the hottest male voices currently working on the New York stage. Through their dynamic vocal prowess and redefining arrangements, the Broadway Boys add elements of Pop, Funk, Gospel, Jazz, and Folk to show tunes and classic pop songs. Performing in groups of six, the Boys are able to explore harmonies rarely presented by Broadway singers.

Tuesday, February 11, 2014 7 p.m. Keller Theatre, Lenfest Hall

Representing shows such as Wicked, Mary Poppins, Spiderman, Jersey Boys, Mamma Mia, The Book of Mormon, Hair, In the Heights, Memphis, and Motown, The Broadway Boys present Broadway audiences with new arrangements of their favorite theater songs while introducing new audiences to theater music with current sounds by combining Broadway and Pop genres. Tickets are required. Adult $25, Senior $20 Active Military $20 W&L Faculty & Staff $20 W&L Student/Student $10

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Vivien Leigh: The Last Press Conference Featuring Betty Kahn Taylor

Tuesday, April 22, 2014 Wednesday, April 23, 2014 7 p.m. Johnson Theatre, Lenfest Hall

By Marcy Lafferty Directed by Rob Mish ’76

Betty Kahn Taylor, as Blanche in A Streetcar Named Desire

Played by Betty Kahn Taylor, Vivien Leigh, the legendary star of Gone with the Wind, A Streetcar Named Desire and many others, is presented here in what might have been her final press conference. Answering candid questions about her lengthy stage career, including productions with her husband Laurence Olivier, this enchanting and often frightening memoir takes the audience through the highs and lows of the actress’s frequently turbulent life. “A courageous, funny and frank performer who continues to fascinate.”

Betty Kahn Taylor came to Lexington with her husband Lee and their family in the mid-1960s, when Lee accepted the position of Professor Kahn in Washington and Lee’s Drama Department. As W&L was all-male, Taylor became a major fixture on the Troubadour Stage, including her memorable performance as Blanche in A Streetcar Named Desire. Taylor, however, never saw Vivien Leigh’s performance in the film until after W&L’s production had closed. Tickets are required. Adult $20, Senior $15 Active Military $15 W&L Faculty & Staff $10 W&L Student/Student $5

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Contemporary Play Reading Series Keller Theatre, Lenfest Hall

There are so many creative and talented playwrights today that it is not possible to fully produce all the plays we want to share with you. To assure we are fully representing the wide variety of dramatic literature currently available, we are producing a series of play readings. A stage reading focuses just on the play and its dialogue, resulting in an intimate, bare-bones theater experience.

Our contemporary plays this season are a range of important and cutting edge works. After every reading, the audience is invited to join a talk-back discussion with the performers and director.

Everything Is Probably Going To Be Okay

Really Really

By Paul Downs Colaizzo

By Catya McMullen

September 27, 28, 2013 7:30 p.m.

November 14, 15, 2013 7:30 p.m.

To Be Determined

The Laramie Project

By MoisĂŠs Kaufman and members of the Tectonic Theater Project

April 24, 26, 2014 7:30 p.m.

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Some contain mature content; parental judgement may be required. No tickets are required.

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The Nerd Written by Larry Shue Directed by Joseph Martinez One of the funniest plays ever written, this extraordinarily inventive, side-splitting comedy centers on the hilarious dilemma of a young architect who is visited by a man he’s never met but who saved his life in Vietnam. The visitor

October 24, 25, 26, 27, 2013 7:30 p.m. Johnson Theatre, Lenfest Hall turns out to be a clueless “nerd” who outstays his welcome with a vengeance! Tickets for The Nerd will go on sale September 12, 2013. Tickets are required. Adult $14, Senior $12 W&L Faculty & Staff $10 Active Military $5 W&L Student/Student $5

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W&L Dancers Create...

November 8, 9, 2013 7:30 p.m. Keller Theatre, Lenfest Hall

Jenefer Davies, Artistic Director The award-winning W&L Repertory Dance Company presents a vivacious evening of student dance works. Led by Artistic Director Jenefer Davies, this totally student-

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designed, choreographed and danced show is a multifaceted and electrifying evening of contemporary dance.

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10-Minute Plays

December 4, 5, 2013 7:30 p.m. Johnson Theatre, Lenfest Hall

Joseph Martinez, Faculty Advisor One of the most popular Theater Department events of the year! A fun, provocative, fast-paced evening of student-

directed plays. If you like comedy, drama, romance or adventure, this is a night not to be missed. Tickets are required. All tickets $5

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be [ you ] ty The Beauty Project How do we define beauty? What brought us here to this point, in this world, to define beauty the way we do? Even though it is in the “eye of the beholder,” there are commonalities to what cultures perceive as beautiful. This original work combines theater, dance and visual media

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March 19, 20, 21, 2014 7:30 p.m. Keller Theatre, Lenfest Hall to explore beauty in various contexts, drawing on ideas from science, math, literature and philosophy to illustrate how different cultures and subcultures approach the concept of beauty—and how beauty is found in everyone.

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Season Calendar Fall 2013 DATE 9/4-27 9/17 9/27, 28 9/29 10/2-31 10/4 10/5 10/5 10/6 10/7 10/15 10/19 10/21 10/24-27 10/26 10/27 10/29 11/1 11/2 11/5-12/10 11/5 11/8, 9 11/9, 10 11/14, 15 11/15 11/21 12/3 12/4, 5 12/5 12/6

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Art Exhibit: Gina Werfel, Divided Light Art Art Lecture and Reception: Gina Werfel 5:30 p.m. Art Contemporary Play Reading Series: Really Really 7:30 p.m. Theater Faculty Music Recital 4 p.m. Music Art Exhibit: Barb Bondy, Suspension Art Family Weekend Choral Concert 8 p.m. Music Applied Student Recital 10 a.m. Music Family Weekend Instrumental Ensemble Concert 8 p.m. Music Faculty Guitar Recital: Loren Pomeroy 3 p.m. Music Art Lecture and Reception: Barb Bondy 5:30 p.m. Art Shanghai Ballet: The Butterfly Lovers 7 p.m. Lenfest SonoKlect: Astral Project 8 p.m. SonoKlect Opera Roanoke: The Magic Flute 8 p.m. Lenfest/CG The Nerd 7:30 p.m. Theater Marlbrook Chamber Players: The American Spirit 7 p.m. Music Fall/Alumni Weekend Choral Concert 2 p.m. Music University Wind Ensemble 8 p.m. Music Marinus Ensemble Lecture 8 p.m. Music Marinus Ensemble Concert 8 p.m. Music Art Exhibit: Frank Jackson, Echo and Silt Art Art Lecture and Reception: Frank Jackson 5:30 p.m. Art W&L Dancers Create... 7:30 p.m. Dance USSO and Lenfest: 8 p.m. Music/Lenfest A Celebration of Great Film Music, Ivan Rutherford Contemporary Play Reading Series: 7:30 p.m. Theater Everything is Probably Going to be Okay Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir 8 p.m. Concert Guild Applied Student Recital 8 p.m. Music Holiday Pops Concert 7 p.m. Music 10-Minute Plays 7:30 p.m. Theater Candlelight Service: Lessons and Carols 8 p.m. Music University Singers Electronic Music Ensemble Concert 8 p.m. Music

LOCATION Staniar Gallery Concert Hall Keller Theatre Concert Hall Staniar Gallery Concert Hall Concert Hall Concert Hall Concert Hall Concert Hall Keller Theatre Concert Hall Keller Theatre Johnson Theatre Concert Hall Concert Hall Concert Hall Concert Hall Concert Hall Staniar Gallery Concert Hall Keller Theatre Concert Hall Keller Theatre Concert Hall Concert Hall Concert Hall Johnson Theatre Lee Chapel Concert Hall

Winter 2014 DATE 1/6-31 1/18 1/19 1/22 1/24, 25 1/30 2/2

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Art Exhibit: Sarah Hobbs, Small Problems in Living Martin Luther King Jr. Remembrance Concert 7:30 p.m. Senior Voice Recital: Morgan Luttig ’14 8 p.m. Art Lecture and Reception: Sarah Hobbs 5:30 p.m. Contemporary Play Reading Series: 7:30 p.m. The Laramie Project Krasnoyarsk National Dance Company 7 p.m. Garth Newel Chamber Ensemble 8 p.m. lenfest.wlu.edu Box Office 540.458.8000

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Art Music Music Art Theater

Staniar Gallery

Lenfest Concert Guild

Keller Theatre Concert Hall

First Baptist Church

Concert Hall Concert Hall Keller Theatre

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Season Calendar Winter 2014 DATE

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2/8 USSO: Classics Celebration 8 p.m. 2/10-3/15 Art Exhibit: Maysey Craddock: Angle of Repose 2/11 Art Lecture and Reception: Maysey Craddock 5:30 p.m. 2/11 An Evening with The Broadway Boys 7 p.m. 2/25 University Singers Tour Home Concert 8 p.m. 3/2 Faculty Piano Recital: 3 p.m. Timothy Gaylard and Shuko Watanabe 3/8 SonoKlect: Jasper Wood and David Riley 8 p.m. 3/11 Winter Choral Concert 8 p.m. 3/15 USSO: A Grand Celebration 8 p.m. 3/18 Senior Voice Recital: Keith Trump ’14 8:30 p.m. 3/19-21 be [ you ] ty, The Beauty Project 7:30 p.m. 3/24-4/8 Art Exhibit: Senior Theses Exhibit TBA Reception: Senior Theses Exhibit TBA 3/25 Senior Voice Recital: Michelle Ponder ’14 8:30 p.m. 3/26 University Wind Ensemble 8 p.m. 3/27 ChoralFest Lecture 8 p.m. 3/28 ChoralFest Concert 8 p.m. 3/30 Applied Student Recital 3 p.m. 3/31 Senior Recital Presentation: Christy Cui ’14 8 p.m. 4/2 Electronic Music Ensemble 8 p.m. 4/3 University Jazz Ensemble 8 p.m.

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Music Art Art Lenfest Music Music

Concert Hall Staniar Gallery Concert Hall Keller Theatre Concert Hall Concert Hall

SonoKlect Music Concert Guild Music Theater/Dance Art Art Music Music Music Music Music Music Music Music

Concert Hall Concert Hall Concert Hall Concert Hall Keller Theatre Staniar Gallery Staniar Gallery Concert Hall Concert Hall Concert Hall Jackson Hall, VMI Concert Hall Concert Hall Johnson Theatre Concert Hall

Spring 2014 DATE 4/21-5/22 4/23 4/22, 23 4/24, 26 4/26 5/10 5/13, 15 5/20

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Art Exhibit: Alyssa Salomon Art Tell Me Again The World Will Be Beautiful Art Lecture and Reception: Alyssa Salomon 5:30 p.m. Art Vivien Leigh: The Last Press Conference 7 p.m. Lenfest Contemporary Play Reading Series: TBD 7:30 p.m. Theater Marlbrook Chamber Players: Romance of Russia 7 p.m. Music Senior Piano Recital: Michael Leung ’14 7:30 p.m. Music Bentley Musical Operetta Event 7:30 p.m. Music Mr. Cauliflower will be at home Commencement Concert: 8 p.m. Music University Singers

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LOCATION Staniar Gallery Concert Hall Johnson Theatre Keller Theatre Concert Hall Concert Hall Concert Hall Concert Hall


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onoKlect Astral Project

New Orleans’ premier modern jazz ensemble Saturday, October 19, 2013 8 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall For more than thirty years, Astral Project has delighted audiences around the world with its unique brand of cutting-edge improvisation and near telepathic interplay over deep New Orleans grooves. Saxophonist Tony Dagradi, drummer John Vidacovich, bassist James Singleton and guitarist Steve Masakowski combine their talents to form the Crescent City’s “greatest contemporary jazz band...a lean tough, rhythmically unyielding approach to improvisation.” ~Chicago Tribune No tickets are required.

Jasper Wood and David Riley

Award-winning violin and piano duo

Saturday, March 8, 2014 8 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall SonoKlect regulars Jasper Wood and David Riley return to Lexington in a recital that is sure to excite audience members. Together the duo has recorded six CDs over their 20 years of collaboration. They received the 2004 East Coast Music Award “Best Classical Recording”’ for their recording of music by Igor Stravinsky. The talented pair will present the premiere of Terry Vosbein’s latest creation, composed for them during a year’s sojourn across America. Also on the program will be Prokofiev’s haunting Five Melodies, as well as a few surprises. No tickets are required.

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Opera Roanoke

Mozart’s The Magic Flute Monday, October 21, 2013 8 p.m. Keller Theatre, Lenfest Hall

Scott Williamson, Tamino

Lenfest, W&L Class of ’64 and Concert Guild join together to present Mozart’s genius in this new production of opera’s favorite fairy tale, The Magic Flute. Enjoy the fantasy and the grandeur of Mozart’s great singspiel based on his Masonic beliefs. Come and see magical instruments, a prince rescuing a princess, a birdman/bird catcher, and the battle between good and evil, represented by the wise Sarastro and the intimidating Queen of the Night. Tickets are required. Adult $25, Senior $20 Active Military $20 W&L Faculty & Staff $20 W&L Student/Student $10

Steven White, conductor

Sponsored in part by the Class of ’64 Performing Arts Fund

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Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir Friday, November 15, 2013 8 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall The Grammy Award-winning Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir, directed by Daniel Reuss, has been acclaimed as one of the world’s finest mixed choirs. Founded in 1981 by Tonu Kaljuste, the group is famous for performing the works of countryman Arvo Pärt. Under the leadership of Paul Hillier, they have made many fine recordings for ECM, Harmonia Mundi and Virgin Classics. The choir gives 60-70 concerts per season and tours regularly throughout Europe, the United States, Canada and Japan. At W&L their program will include works by Tobias, Schnittke, Grigorjeva, Pärt and Brahms. Tickets are required. Adult $20, Senior $15 Active Military $15 Student $12 W&L Faculty & Staff $10 W&L Student $5

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Garth Newel Chamber Ensemble

Sunday, February 2, 2014 8 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall

The Garth Newel Piano Quartet is known for high-energy performances, virtuosity, and fresh insights into both standard and new repertoires. As artists-in-residence at Garth Newel Music Center, one of the premiere and most active chamber music organizations in the United States, they perform more than 50 concerts each year. Recent

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tours have included concerts at New York’s Carnegie Hall and the Corcoran Gallery in Washington, D.C. The talented musicians possess the rare ability to captivate an audience with the spirit and passion they bring to every concert.

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Fall Music

Faculty Recital

Sunday, September 29, 2013 4 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall This faculty recital celebrates the piano as a collaborative instrument. Guest tenor Robert Chafin, baritone Jason Widney, Kevin and Bryan Matheson of the Classic Strings Duo, cellist Julia Goudimova, and pianist Judith Clark present a program of

solo and ensemble music featuring the Fauré Piano Quartet No. 1, Op. 15. The program concludes with the duet “Au fond du temple saint” from Les pêcheurs de perles (The Pearl Fishers) by Bizet. No tickets are required.

Judith Clark, pianist

PARENTS AND FAMILY WEEKEND EVENTS

Choral Concert Friday, October 4, 2013 8 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall

Come kick off the choral season at W&L with the University Singers, Men’s Glee Club, and Cantatrici. The centerpiece of the program will be two movements from Ennio Morricone’s classic film score, The Mission, which will be performed with lights and dance in a stunning

display of musical and visual art. Also featured will be the Lexington debut of Ēriks Ešenvalds’ new composition, Long Road, which will be directed by conducting mentorship student Morgan Luttig ’14. Masterpieces by Palestrina, Dan Forrest, Shane Lynch, and others will round out

the evening, finally closing with a rousing modern spiritual by William L. Dawson and the W&L tradition, Shenandoah. Tickets are free, but required and available only to current W&L students and families.

Applied Student Recital

Saturday, Oct. 5, 2013

10 a.m.

Wilson Concert Hall

No tickets are required.

Instrumental Ensemble Concert Saturday, Oct. 5, 2013 music.wlu.edu

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Fall Music

Faculty Guitar Recital: Loren Pomeroy

Guilty Pleasures: An Evening of Stolen Music Sunday, October 6, 2013 3 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall As the saying goes, “good artists borrow—great artists steal.” Join Loren Pomeroy, W&L’s classical guitarist, for an evening of music ripped off from Bach, Scarlatti,

Mendelssohn, Gershwin and other composers who never wrote a note for the guitar. No tickets are required.

Marlbrook Chamber Players The American Spirit

Saturday, October 26, 2013 7 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall Julia Goudimova, cello; Timothy Gaylard, piano; Jaime Letourneau, violin

Marlbrook Chamber Players present music of America highlighting Café Music by Paul Schoenfield. This vaudevillian piano trio is thought to be inspired by the time Schoenfield spent playing dinner music at a steak house in Minneapolis, and

he says of the piece, “My intention was to write a kind of high-class dinner music—music which could be played at a restaurant, but might also (just barely) find its way into a concert hall.” The work is playful and fun with inventive melodies and

infectious energy—a work that feels familiar somehow, even when heard the first time. Other American works to be announced; check the website for more information. No tickets are required.

Fall/Alumni Weekend Choral Concert Sunday, October 27, 2013 2 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall The Fall/Alumni Weekend Choral Concert features the University Singers, Men’s Glee Club, and Cantatrici. The centerpiece of the program will be two movements from Ennio Morricone’s classic film score, The Mission, which will be performed with lights and dance in a stunning display of musical and visual art. Also featured will be the 20

Lexington debut of Ēriks Ešenvalds’ new composition, Long Road, which will be directed by conducting mentorship student Morgan Luttig ’14. Masterpieces by Palestrina, Dan Forrest, Shane Lynch, and others will round out the evening, closing with a rousing modern spiritual by William L. Dawson and the W&L tradition, Shenandoah. This concert music.wlu.edu

will include the Family Weekend literature, with additional works by Gustav Holst, Eric Barnum, and Ola Gjeilo, and many others. Tickets are free, but required.


Fall Music

University Wind Ensemble Tuesday, October 29, 2013 8 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall The University Wind Ensemble, under the direction of Chad R. Reep, will present their annual fall concert featuring contemporary music from today’s most prolific composers,

standards from the core repertoire, and popular hits from Broadway and the movies.

No tickets are required.

Marinus Ensemble

W&L In-Residence Quartet Lecture: Friday, November 1, 2013 at 8 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall Concert: Saturday, November 2, 2013 at 8 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall Marinus gladly welcomes harpist Hannah Kuipers, former principal harpist of the National Orchestra of Chile, for this special concert of Harp Dialogues. As they showcase a unique collection of works by de

Falla, Renié, Alvars, and Damase, you’ll be carried away by the pure and radiant sound of the harp in dialogue with cello, viola and flute. No tickets are required.

W&L In-Residence Quartet sponsored by Gerry and Marguerite Lenfest Visiting Artists Fund

University-Shenandoah Symphony Orchestra A Celebration of Great Film Music

A two-night run including selections from Les Misérables featuring Broadway’s Ivan Rutherford and Michelle Ponder ’14

Saturday, November 9, 2013 Sunday, November 10, 2013 8 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall A program devoted to famous film sing selections from Les Misérables. scores and legendary performances. These performances are sponsored Ivan Rutherford, our special guest- by the Department of Music, the in-residence who played Jean Valjean Lenfest Center and by the generous on Broadway, headlines this program financial support from the Class of with Michelle Ponder ’14 as they ’63 Endowment. music.wlu.edu Box Office 540.458.8000

Michelle Ponder ’14 Tickets are required. Adult $25, Senior $20 Active Military $20 W&L Faculty & Staff $20 W&L Student/Student $10

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Fall Music Applied Student Recital

Thursday, November 21, 2013

8 p.m.

Wilson Concert Hall

No tickets are required.

Holiday Pops Concert Tuesday, December 3, 2013 7 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall Kick off the holiday season with traditional and contemporary arrangements of favorite holiday tunes performed by the University

Wind Ensemble, String Ensemble, Jazz Ensemble, Men’s Glee Club, and Cantatrici. Enjoy a lighthearted concert of fun for the entire family.

Candlelight Service

Thursday December 5, 2013 8 p.m. Lee Chapel

An annual tradition at W&L, the Candlelight Service featuring the University Singers weaves together the sacred narration of the Christmas story through music, prayers, lessons, and hymns. The telling of the Incarnation in this manner binds countries and cultures,

dating back hundreds of years. From traditional favorites like Tomás Luis de Victoria’s O Magnum Mysterium and Robert Shaw’s Hacia Belén to modern masterpieces like Brent Pierce’s How Still He Rests and Dan Forrest’s Entreat Me Not to Leave You, let text and music intertwine for

University Singers Lessons and Carols

Electronic Music Ensemble Concert Friday, December 6, 2013 8 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall The Electronic Music Ensemble, directed by Graham Spice, provides a unique opportunity for students to explore modern music styles. Formed in 2010, this ensemble focuses on student compositions and interpretations of existing works. The ensemble performs with a variety of electronic tools including iPads, 22

laptops, drum pads, turntables, synthesizers, and foot pedals along with standard instruments like electric guitars and drums. The EME also has an interest in creating a strong visual presentation at their concerts with modern, computergenerated video projections. No tickets are required.

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an evening unlike any other.

Tickets are not required. Open seating in Lee Chapel begins at 7:15 p.m.


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Martin Luther King Jr. Remembrance Concert Saturday, January 18, 2014 7:30 p.m. First Baptist Church, Lexington

Join with us as we honor Dr. King’s contributions to America with the wonderful Lexington tradition of the Martin Luther King Jr. Remembrance Concert. Take in a dramatic reading of the “I Have a Dream” speech interspersed with musical commentary in the form of

audience sing-alongs and works performed by the W&L University Singers, Cantatrici, the Men’s Glee Club, and the MLK Combo. Be there for this powerful annual W&L tradition.

No tickets are required.

Morgan Luttig ’14 Senior Voice Recital

Sunday, January 19, 2014 8 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall Morgan Luttig ’14, a vocal music education major with an educational policy minor from Lake Forest, Illinois, will perform works by Bach, Mozart, Fauré and others. No tickets are required.

University-Shenandoah Symphony Orchestra Classics Celebration: Mozart, Brahms, and Glazunov Featuring Christopher Levy ’15 Saturday, February 8, 2014 8 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall A symphony by Mozart written when he was 16 years old, Brahms’ magnificent Symphony No. 1, and Christopher Levy ’15 performing Glazunov’s Saxophone Concerto; celebrate music that will always be known as “classics,” now as well as in the future.

Tickets are required. Adult, Senior, Active Military $15 W&L Faculty & Staff $8 W&L Student/Student Free

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W&L University Singers Tour Home Concert Tuesday, February 25, 2014 8 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall

Join the renowned W&L University Singers as they return home from their February tour of Texas with an evening of a cappella choral mastery. The tour will include the Lexington premiere of a new choral work by Shane Lynch, Desert Rain. After feature performances in Dallas, Austin, San Antonio, Houston and more, hear the Singers perform double choir motets by Mendelssohn, Martin, Holst, and Thompson; journey through the Shadows of Dawn with uplifting music by Lynch, Morricone, and ChoralFest 2014 honoree Eric Barnum; spend time in the ether with the music of modern choral masters like Ešenvalds and Forrest; and close with hymns, folk songs, and spirituals that are always audience favorites. Tickets are free, but required.

Faculty Piano Recital

Timothy Gaylard and Shuko Watanabe A French Excursion: An Afternoon of Music for Two Pianos Sunday, March 2, 2014 3 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall Piano faculty members Dr. Timothy Gaylard and Dr. Shuko Watanabe will explore exciting and colorful twopiano music written by French composers from Chabrier to Ravel featuring the Sonata for Two Pianos by Poulenc. No tickets are required.

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Winter Choral Concert Tuesday, March 11, 2014 8 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall

Hear a wonderful evening of men’s and women’s choral music at W&L’s Winter Choral Concert featuring Cantatrici and the Men’s Glee Club. Envelop the sound of men’s voices singing Schubert coupled with spirituals, folk songs, and other men’s favorites. Listen to the women’s voices of Cantatrici sing fanciful works by Eric Barnum and Drew Collins, with the two choirs joining forces to close the concert. Both choirs also will debut new works commissioned especially for this concert by conductor Shane Lynch. Tickets are free, but required.

University-Shenandoah Symphony Orchestra A Grand Celebration: Shostakovich and Daugherty Featuring Daniel Hsu ’14 Saturday, March 15, 2014 8 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall

A great season comes to a close with music from our time, a Red Cape Tango “danced” by Superman, the virtuositic Cello Concerto No. 1 by Shostakovich performed by Daniel Hsu’14, and the towering Symphony No. 12 (“The Year 1917”) by the same Russian master. Tickets are required. Adult, Senior, Active Military $15 W&L Faculty & Staff $8 W&L Student/Student Free

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Keith Trump ’14 Senior Voice Recital

Tuesday, March 18, 2014 8:30 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall Keith Trump (tenor), a music major with concentration in vocal performance and music history from Indianapolis, Indiana, will be performing works by Schubert, Britten and others for his senior honors recital. He also will be giving a presentation on his senior honors thesis topic exploring the pillars of American music, Charles Ives and Aaron Copland. No tickets are required.

Michelle Ponder ’14 Senior Voice Recital

Tuesday, March 25, 2014 8:30 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall Michelle Ponder, a biology and music double major from Annapolis, Maryland, will perform a voice recital featuring a broad swath of music, from opera and arias to art songs, jazz, and musical theater.

No tickets are required.

University Wind Ensemble Wednesday, March 26, 2014 8 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall The University Wind Ensemble will present their spring concert featuring American composers; the concert will span the wind band medium from Broadway to contemporary wind band music to the standards. No tickets are required.

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ChoralFest 2014

Lecture: “The Choral Music of Eric Barnum” by Shane Lynch featuring the University Singers Thursday, March 27, 2014 at 8 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall

Lecture and Concert

ChoralFest Concert featuring Eric Barnum Friday, March 28, 2014 at 8 p.m. Jackson Hall, VMI

The 2014 W&L ChoralFest honors one of America’s brightest young conductors and composers, Eric Barnum. Join the W&L University Singers, SVU Concert Choir, and other top college and high school choirs in a two-day event of choral excellence. Public events include the Thursday lecture by Shane

Lynch on Barnum’s choral music, featuring the University Singers as the demonstration choir. Following a full day of workshops and rehearsals with Barnum, each choir will perform a Barnum work and other music individually in a concert on Friday evening in VMI’s historic Jackson Hall, with Barnum taking

the podium and conducting his own works with the 300-voice Festival Mass Choir to close the concert. Don’t miss this one-of-a-kind event for the Lexington area.

Applied Student Recital

Sunday, March 30, 2014

3 p.m.

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Christy Cui ’14

Senior Recital Presentation

Monday, March 31, 2014 8 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall Christy Cui ’14, a music theory/ composition major from Beijing, China, will present original compositions in her senior recital.

No tickets are required.

Electronic Music Ensemble Concert Wednesday, April 2, 2014 8 p.m. Johnson Theatre Under the direction of Graham Spice, the Electronic Music Ensemble (EME) is a performing ensemble ideal for musicians of any specialization wishing to perform music utilizing music technology. In addition, those students who specialize in composition, engineering, and production are

given the opportunity to showcase their skills in the creation and performance of this contemporary music. The EME performs music from a wide variety of genres and encourages student composers to write for the ensemble. The repertoire is chosen and arranged by the students, often pulling from

the Electronic Dance Music (EDM) genre. A strong visual element also is included in their concerts provided by computer-generated video projections. No tickets are required.

University Jazz Ensemble Thursday, April 3, 2014 8 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall University Jazz Ensemble, under the direction of Terry Vosbein, presents a concert of contemporary, big band jazz in a variety of styles. No tickets are required.

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Spring Music

Marlbrook Chamber Players Romance of Russia

Saturday, April 26, 2014 7 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall Julia Goudimova, cello; Timothy Gaylard, piano; Jaime Letourneau, violin

Marlbrook Chamber Players bring the Romance of Russia to Wilson Hall with the Tchaikovsky Piano Trio in A minor, Op. 50 “In memory of a great artist” as the centerpiece. This landmark work is symphonic, bold and dramatic as one would expect of the Russian master, and was written as an elegy for his friend Nikolai Rubinstein,

who died at the young age of 45. Other Romantic Russian works will be announced; check the website for more information. No tickets are required.

Michael Leung ’14 Senior Piano Recital

Saturday, May 10, 2014 7:30 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall Senior Michael Leung, a double physics and music major from Meadville, Pennsylvania , will play a varied program including works by Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, Liszt, and Prokofiev. No tickets are required.

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Robert O. and Elizabeth M. Bentley Musical Opera Event Featuring Jacques Offenbach’s Mr. Cauliflower will be at home

Gregory Parker, Musical Director Jason Widney,Vocal Director Judith Clark, Accompanist/Assistant Musical Director

Tuesday, May 13, 2014 Thursday, May 15, 2014 7:30 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall

Jacques Offenbach

Through the generosity of the Bentley Endowment, the Music Department will present an evening of operetta featuring our talented student singers. The main work will be Offenbach’s farcical one-act operetta, Mr. Cauliflower will be at home, which lampoons in witty style the world of opera and the upper classes. The operetta will be performed in English. Bentley Musical 2012, Bye Bye Birdie

Commencement Concert University Singers

Tuesday, May 20, 2014 8 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall Join the University Singers under the direction of Shane Lynch for one final concert performance of the year, featuring favorite works throughout 2013-2014 selected by the seniors. This new annual tradition is designed for parents and family of the graduating students, but is also open to the public. No tickets are required.

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Tickets are required. Adult $14, Senior $12 W&L Faculty & Staff $10 Active Military $5 W&L Student/Student $5


Staniar Gallery

Gina Werfel

Barb Bondy

Divided Light

Exhibition: September 4-27, 2013 Lecture and Reception: September 17 5:30 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall

Suspension

Exhibition: October 2-31, 2013 Lecture and Reception: October 7 5:30 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall

Grid, 2012, 8x10, inkjet print

Trembling Precision, 2012, 30x22, acrylic on paper

Gina Werfel’s colorful paintings combine a focused mastery of composition with an exuberant spontaneity. The canvases are dense with lyrical marks that often remain non-representational but occasionally coalesce to imply familiar subject matter, such as a hint of landscape, informed by her history as a plein air painter. “Improvisation is at the root of my practice,” the artist says of her energetic works that poise between chaos and structure, abstraction and representation. Werfel’s extensive exhibition record includes recent solo shows at Google Headquarters (Mountain View, California) and Prince Street Gallery (New York City). She is a Professor of Art at the University of California Davis.

This exhibition presents drawings, photographs and works on paper revolving around artist Barb Bondy’s extensive investigation into the act of sleeping. As a fundamental necessity for survival, sleep reflects what it means to be human while as the suspension of consciousness the sleep state itself can share characteristics with art—mysterious, rejuvenating and unpredictable. Bondy uses a variety of methodologies to explore the relationship between art and sleep. Projects include an interdisciplinary piece created in collaboration with a geographic information specialist to create a topographical map of her bed and work, made during an intensive residency in which she spent 30 days and nights sleeping and working in a public art gallery. Barb Bondy is an Associate Professor of Art 2009, water media, oilHer emulsion on rag paper atAva, Auburn University. work& dry haspigment been included in under shaved beeswax and numerous mounted exhibitions throughout the United States and on primed wood panel, 14” x 14” Canada, and she was recently the recipient of a fellowship grant from the Alabama State Council on the Arts.

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Frank Jackson

Sarah Hobbs

Echo and Silt

Small Problems in Living

Exhibition: November 5 - December 10, 2013 Lecture and Reception: November 5 5:30 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall

Exhibition: January 6-31, 2014 Lecture and Reception: January 22 5:30 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall

Untitled (sublimation), 2006, 48x60, chromogenic print

What We Want, 2007, 11x7.5, gouache, watercolor, graphite on paper

The recent work by New England-based artist Frank Jackson shifts between raw, heavily pigmented paintings exploring the materiality and alchemy of his materials, to delicate works on paper suggesting maps of imagined terrains. In this exhibition, Jackson addresses the question of what constitutes a landscape by describing certain sites as an emotional and intellectual state created by memory, as much as a physical place to be experienced. Since receiving his MFA from University of California Davis in 1990, Jackson’s work has been included in numerous solo and group exhibitions. He has taught and lectured extensively with positions at Williams College, Rhode Island School of Design, and Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture.

Sarah Hobbs’ photographs are the result of an ongoing exploration of the neurotic tendencies inherent in human behavior. She constructs carefully staged images depicting the evidence of grappling with psychological compulsions, such as procrastination and avoidance. Simultaneously witty and eerie, the fictional domestic environments, empty of any human figures, illustrate the idea that even the most comfortable spaces can house uneasiness. Through her work, Hobbs embraces the idea that we are all beautifully flawed. Her work can be found in many prestigious collections, including those at the Art Institute of Chicago, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Sir Elton John Collection and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Hobbs lives and works in Atlanta, Georgia.

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taniar Gallery Maysey Craddock Angle of Repose

Exhibition: February 10 - March 15 , 2014 Lecture and Reception: February 11 5:30 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall

Decay and deterioration are subsumed by sublime beauty in Maysey Craddock’s large-scale paintings of crumbling architectural structures being reclaimed by their surrounding landscapes. The works are painted on brown paper bags that are laid flat and stitched together to form a delicate surface reiterating the timeless cycle of beauty engendered by ruin. In this exhibition, Craddock focuses on one structure: the ruins of a 19th-century Estonian church nestled in the pastoral countryside along the coast of the Baltic Sea. She describes the building as being “beyond destruction [having] already gained new form.” Craddock, who lives and works in Memphis, Tennessee, has been exhibiting nationally and internationally for almost 15 years, with recent solo exhibitions at the Brooks Museum of Art (Memphis) and the Baum Gallery at the University of Central Arkansas. She is represented by David Lusk Gallery (Memphis), Sears Peyton Gallery (New York and Los Angeles) and Cris Worley Fine Arts (Dallas).

Pastoral, 2013, 64.5x51, gouache and thread on found paper

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Senior Theses Exhibit

Exhibition: March 24 - April 8, 2014 Reception: TBA Staniar Gallery

Alyssa Salomon

Tell Me Again The World Will Be Beautiful Exhibition: April 21 - May 22, 2014 Lecture and Reception: April 23 5:30 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall

In their senior year, Studio Art majors work independently on a body of work to be presented in Staniar Gallery as the culmination of their undergraduate education. The annual exhibition showcases drawing, painting, photography, printmaking and sculptures by the young artists who concentrate in one of these areas to earn the BA degree in Studio Art. As their debut into the art world, the exhibit gives the graduating seniors the opportunity to display their work in a professional gallery setting.

these wild ecstasies (for A Siskin), 2010, 14.5 x 22 inches, waxed cyanotype

Since receiving a camera for her eighth birthday, Alyssa Salomon has been testing how photography records and interprets the visible world. She uses 19th-century photographic processes on handmade surfaces to exploit the medium’s potential for romantic nostalgia, abstraction and quiet beauty. In this series, inspired in part by the writings of British Romantic poets, Salomon investigates her place in the natural world by likening her approach to that of the bird-watcher: “disciplined by skill, attuned to sight, and gifted by chance.” Salomon’s work is held in public and private collections, including those of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Capital One, and the Valentine Richmond History Center. She has been awarded two professional fellowships from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and the Theresa Pollak Award for Excellence in the Arts.

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Ticket Information

TICKET ORDER INFORMATION Individual ticket orders may be placed in three different ways: • Online Ticket Sales: Order tickets online at lenfest.wlu. edu with your credit card. To place an online order, click on calendar (top right of website), then select series type, event, Buy Now! Only E-Tickets are available online. Your E-ticket will be taken at the door. There is NO processing fee applied to online sales. Shanghai Ballet online ticket sales will be available on Wed., August 14, at 8 a.m., and all other online ticket sales will be available on Wed., August 21, at 8 a.m., on a first-come, firstserved basis. • Box Office Ticket Sales: The Lenfest Box Office opens for in-person and telephone sales on Friday, September 6, on a first-come, first-served basis. The Box Office hours are from 9-11 a.m. and 2-4 p.m. There will be a $1 processing fee per complete order applied to tickets purchased through the Box Office.

• Mail-In Order Form Ticket Sales: Tickets issued on a firstcome, first-served basis. There will be a $1 processing fee per complete order applied to tickets purchased through the mail. Individual event order forms are on pages 36-39. Return order form and check payable to Washington and Lee University to: LENFEST CENTER BOX OFFICE, Washington and Lee University, 204 W. Washington Street, Lexington, Virginia 24450-2116. Please note that some individual tickets for Music Department events are free, but required. FREE tickets are NOT available online.

BOX OFFICE INFORMATION For tickets and information for upcoming attractions, refer to the W&L Lenfest website at lenfest.wlu.edu or call the Lenfest Center Box Office at 540.458.8000. Tickets for free events may be ordered and picked up ONLY at the Box Office. Reserved tickets for free events must be picked up 24 hours prior to the performance. ALL TICKETS THAT ARE NOT PICKED UP WILL BE RETURNED TO THE RACK. BOX OFFICE HOURS: The Box Office follows the University’s Academic Calendar and is open from 9-11 a.m. and 2-4 p.m., Monday through Friday, and two hours prior to all ticketed performances. Call the Lenfest Box Office for information at 540.458.8000. Individual tickets for upcoming events will go on sale approximately six (6) weeks prior to opening night.

All sales are final. There are no refunds or exchanges. Seating for events listed in this brochure is by general admission. There is no reserved seating; however, patrons may call the Box Office to reserve handicapped seating. Handicapped parking is also available in the fan parking lot of the Lenfest Center for the Arts. Our goal is to start all performances at the time indicated. Latecomers will be seated in the nearest seats available at a suitable pause in the performance. Patrons are encouraged to call the Box Office for information concerning the suitability of events for children. Assisted Listening Systems have been installed in both the Keller and Johnson Theatres, as well as the Wilson Concert Hall. Please see the house manager at least 15 minutes prior to curtain to sign out a receiver.

Payment for tickets at the Box Office may be made by cash, credit card or checks made payable to Washington and Lee University.

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Order Form LENFEST EVENTS

EVENT

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Shanghai 10/15/13 Adult ________@ $ 25.00 $_____________ Ballet 7 p.m. Senior/Active Military ________@ $ 20.00 $_____________ The Butterfly W&L Faculty & Staff ________@ $ 20.00 $_____________ Lovers W&L Student/Student ________@ $ 10.00 $_____________ Opera 10/21/13 Roanoke 8 p.m. The Magic Flute

Adult Senior/Active Military W&L Faculty & Staff W&L Student/Student

________@ $ 25.00 ________@ $ 20.00 ________@ $ 20.00 ________@ $ 10.00

$_____________ $_____________ $_____________ $_____________

Lenfest/USSO 11/9/13 Ivan 8 p.m. Rutherford

Adult Senior/Active Military W&L Faculty & Staff W&L Student/Student

________@ $ 25.00 ________@ $ 20.00 ________@ $ 20.00 ________@ $ 10.00

$_____________ $_____________ $_____________ $_____________

Lenfest/USSO 11/10/13 Ivan 8 p.m. Rutherford

Adult Senior/Active Military W&L Faculty & Staff W&L Student/Student

________@ $ 25.00 ________@ $ 20.00 ________@ $ 20.00 ________@ $ 10.00

$_____________ $_____________ $_____________ $_____________

Krasnoyarsk 1/30/14 Adult ________@ $ 25.00 $_____________ National 7 p.m. Senior/Active Military ________@ $ 20.00 $_____________ Dance W&L Faculty & Staff ________@ $ 20.00 $_____________ Company W&L Student/Student ________@ $ 10.00 $_____________

An Evening 2/11/14 Adult ________@ $ 25.00 $_____________ with 7 p.m. Senior/Active Military ________@ $ 20.00 $_____________ The Broadway Boys W&L Faculty & Staff ________@ $ 20.00 $_____________ W&L Student/Student ________@ $ 10.00 $_____________

Vivien Leigh: 4/22/14 Adult ________@ $ 20.00 $_____________ The Last 7 p.m. Senior/Active Military ________@ $ 15.00 $_____________ Press Conference W&L Faculty & Staff ________@ $ 10.00 $_____________ W&L Student/Student ________@ $ 5.00 $_____________ Vivien Leigh: 4/23/14 Adult ________@ $ 20.00 $_____________ The Last 7 p.m. Senior/Active Military ________@ $ 15.00 $_____________ Press Conference W&L Faculty & Staff ________@ $ 10.00 $_____________ W&L Student/Student ________@ $ 5.00 $_____________

LENFEST ORDER FORM Name:_________________________________________________________________ Address:_______________________________________________________________ City:_______________________________ State:____________ Zip:_____________ Phone:_________________________________________________________________ Please return order form and check payable to Washington and Lee University to: Lenfest Center Box Office, Washington and Lee University, 204 W. Washington Street, Lexington, Virginia 24450-2116. Tickets may be purchased online at: lenfest.wlu.edu. For Box Office information: Call 540.458.8000. PLEASE ADD A $1 PROCESSING FEE TO THE FINAL TOTAL FOR LENFEST ORDER(S) THAT ARE MAILED IN. THERE IS NO PROCESSING FEE ON INTERNET SALES.

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THEATER AND DANCE EVENTS EVENT

DATE

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10-Minute Plays

12/4/13 7:30 p.m.

All tickets ________@ $ 5.00

10-Minute Plays

12/5/13 7:30 p.m.

All tickets ________@ $ 5.00 $_____________

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be [ you ] ty 3/19/14 Adult ________@ $ The Beauty Project 7:30 p.m. Senior ________@ $ W&L Faculty & Staff ________@ $ Active Military ________@ $ W&L Student/Student ________@ $

14.00 $_____________ 12.00 $_____________ 10.00 $_____________ 5.00 $_____________ 5.00 $_____________

be [ you ] ty 3/20/14 Adult ________@ $ The Beauty Project 7:30 p.m. Senior ________@ $ W&L Faculty & Staff ________@ $ Active Military ________@ $ W&L Student/Student ________@ $

14.00 $_____________ 12.00 $_____________ 10.00 $_____________ 5.00 $_____________ 5.00

be [ you ] ty 3/21/14 Adult ________@ $ The Beauty Project 7:30 p.m. Senior ________@ $ W&L Faculty & Staff ________@ $ Active Military ________@ $ W&L Student/Student ________@ $

14.00 $_____________ 12.00 $_____________ 10.00 $_____________ 5.00 $_____________ 5.00

THEATER AND DANCE ORDER FORM Name:_________________________________________________________________ Address:_______________________________________________________________ City:_______________________________ State:____________ Zip:______________ Phone:_________________________________________________________________ Please return order form and check payable to Washington and Lee University to: Lenfest Center Box Office, Washington and Lee University, 204 W. Washington Street, Lexington, Virginia 24450-2116. Tickets may be purchased online at: lenfest.wlu.edu. For Box Office information: Call 540.458.8000. PLEASE ADD A $1 PROCESSING FEE TO THE FINAL TOTAL FOR THEATER/DANCE ORDER(S) THAT ARE MAILED IN. THERE IS NO PROCESSING FEE ON INTERNET SALES.

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Order Form CONCERT GUILD EVENTS EVENT DATE TYPE NUMBER SUBTOTAL Opera Roanoke The Magic Flute

10/21/13 8 p.m.

Order on the Lenfest order form

Estonian 11/15/13 Adult ________@ $ 20.00 $_____________ Philharmonic 8 p.m. Senior/Active Military ________@ $ 15.00 $_____________ Chamber Student ________@ $ 12.00 $_____________ Choir W&L Faculty & Staff ________@ $ 10.00 $_____________ W&L Student ________@ $ 5.00 $_____________ Garth 2/2/14 Adult ________@ $ 20.00 $_____________ Newel 8 p.m. Senior/Active Military ________@ $ 15.00 $_____________ Chamber Student ________@ $ 12.00 $_____________ Ensemble W&L Faculty & Staff ________@ $ 10.00 $_____________ W&L Student ________@ $ 5.00 $_____________

CONCERT GUILD ORDER FORM Name:_________________________________________________________________ Address:_______________________________________________________________ City:_______________________________ State:____________ Zip:_____________ Phone:_________________________________________________________________ Please return order form and check payable to Washington and Lee University to: Lenfest Center Box Office, Washington and Lee University, 204 W. Washington Street, Lexington, Virginia 24450-2116. Tickets may be purchased online at: lenfest.wlu.edu. For Box Office information: Call 540.458.8000. PLEASE ADD A $1 PROCESSING FEE TO THE FINAL TOTAL FOR CONCERT GUILD ORDER(S) THAT ARE MAILED IN. THERE IS NO PROCESSING FEE ON INTERNET SALES.

BENTLEY MUSICAL EVENT EVENT DATE TYPE NUMBER SUBTOTAL Bentley Musical 5/13/14 Adult ________@ $ 14.00 $_____________ Mr. Cauliflower 7:30 p.m. Senior ________@ $ 12.00 $_____________ will be at home W&L Faculty & Staff ________@ $ 10.00 $_____________ Active Military ________@ $ 5.00 $_____________ W&L Student/Student ________@ $ 5.00 Bentley Musical 5/15/14 Adult ________@ $ 14.00 $_____________ Mr. Cauliflower 7:30 p.m. Senior ________@ $ 12.00 $_____________ will be at home W&L Faculty & Staff ________@ $ 10.00 $_____________ Active Military ________@ $ 5.00 $_____________ W&L Student/Student ________@ $ 5.00 Bentley Musical Order Form is on page 39.

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Order Form BENTLEY MUSICAL ORDER FORM Name:_________________________________________________________________ Address:_______________________________________________________________ City:_______________________________ State:____________ Zip:_____________ Phone:_________________________________________________________________ Please return order form and check payable to Washington and Lee University to: Lenfest Center Box Office, Washington and Lee University, 204 W. Washington Street, Lexington, Virginia 24450-2116. Tickets may be purchased online at: lenfest.wlu.edu. For Box Office information: Call 540.458.8000. PLEASE ADD A $1 PROCESSING FEE TO THE FINAL TOTAL FOR BENTLEY MUSICAL EVENT ORDER THAT IS MAILED IN. THERE IS NO PROCESSING FEE ON INTERNET SALES.

MUSIC—USSO EVENTS EVENT DATE TYPE NUMBER SUBTOTAL USSO/Lenfest Ivan Rutherford

11/9/13 Order on the Lenfest order form 8 p.m.

USSO/Lenfest Ivan Rutherford

11/10/13 Order on the Lenfest order form 8 p.m.

USSO 2/8/14 Adult/Senior/Active Military Classics 8 p.m. W&L Faculty & Staff Celebration W&L Student/Student

________@ $ 15.00 ________@ $ 8.00 ________ Free

$_____________ $_____________

USSO 3/15/14 A Grand 8 p.m. Celebration

________@ $ 15.00 ________@ $ 8.00 ________ Free

$_____________ $_____________

Adult/Senior/Active Military W&L Faculty & Staff W&L Student/Student

MUSIC—USSO ORDER FORM Name:_________________________________________________________________ Address:_______________________________________________________________ City:_______________________________ State:____________ Zip:_____________ Phone:_________________________________________________________________ Please return order form and check payable to Washington and Lee University to: Lenfest Center Box Office, Washington and Lee University, 204 W. Washington Street, Lexington, Virginia 24450-2116. Tickets may be purchased online at: lenfest.wlu.edu. For Box Office information: Call 540.458.8000. PLEASE ADD A $1 PROCESSING FEE TO THE FINAL TOTAL FOR USSO ORDER(S) THAT ARE MAILED IN. THERE IS NO PROCESSING FEE ON INTERNET SALES.

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