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Contents Lenfest Events....................................................................3-6 Theater, Dance and Film Studies..................................7-12 SonoKlect.......................................................................13-14 Season Calendar............................................................15-16 Concert Guild Events...................................................17-20 Fall Music Events...........................................................21-26 Winter Music Events..................................................... 26-30 Spring Music Events......................................................31-32 Art & Art History............................................................... 33 Staniar Gallery...............................................................34-39 Ticket Information.................................................................... 40 Order Forms...................................................................41-43 Brochure front cover Complexions’ photograph by Dah Len, and the Havana Cuba All-Stars, by Jorge Nonell. Back cover Complexions’ photograph by Rachel Neville. Brochure graphic design by Susan Wager. Theater, Dance and Film Studies’ images by Faythe Park. W&L University photographs by Kevin Remington and Patrick Hinely ’73.

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The Havana Cuba All-Stars

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Cuban Nights Tickets are required. Adult $35 Senior/Active Military $25 W&L Faculty & Staff $25 W&L Student/Student $10

7:30 p.m.

Monday September 26, 2016

Keller Theatre Lenfest Hall

Photo by Jorge Nonell

Direct from Cuba—Drawing their inspiration from traditional Cuban song, Cuba’s greatest musicians have created and maintained the songs and music of the rich culture of the Cuban people in the program, “Cuban Nights.” Staying true to an acoustic base, they have developed a fresh sound with inventive

songwriting and have preserved the traditions of the Cuban musical art form. The Cuban Nights program is representative of the extraordinary musical legacy of this remarkable country. The Havana Cuba All-Stars is a band comprised of Cuba’s greatest

and most prominent musicians and is devoted to promoting the entire tapestry of Cuban music. The origin of the Havana Cuba All-Stars began when it was created to exemplify the great musical traditions of the Cuban people. This is the debut tour of Cuba’s greatest musicians to the United States and Canada.

Sponsored in part by the Class of ’64 Performing Arts Fund and the Pauline B. and Paul D. Pickens Fund for the Performing Arts

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Complexions Contemporary Ballet

Hailed as two of the greatest virtuosos ever to emerge from Ailey land—Dwight Rhoden and Desmond Richardson.”

Rhoden’s work is post-Balanchinean choreography, a new aesthetic in movement, stage picture, and performance concepts reflecting a post-modern, techno-savvy worldview.” ~DANCE MAGAZINE

~THE NEW YORK TIMES

Wednesday January 11, 2017

Tickets are required. Adult $30 Senior/Active Military $25 W&L Faculty & Staff $20 W&L Student/Student $10

7:30 p.m.

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Photo by Sharen Bradford

Founders Desmond Richardson and Dwight Rhoden, along with their New York City-based company of dance thoroughbreds, have awakened audiences to a new, exciting genre combining the best of athleticism, lyricism, technical training, and experience.

Complexions’ groundbreaking mix of methods, styles, and cultures has created an entirely new and exciting vision of human movement over the past decade and a half. Whether it be the limiting traditions of a single style, period, venue, or culture, Complexions transcends them all, creating an open, continually

evolving form of dance reflecting the movement of our world—and all its constituent cultures—as an interrelated whole. Embracing diversity with 16 dancers of different ethnic and dance backgrounds, this company is pure dance, pure excitement.

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

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Jazz Ambassadors

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United States Army’s Official Touring Big Band

From the opening opus until the last note of the second encore, the Jazz Ambassadors held the audience in its thrall....It required utmost constraint not to literally jump up and down to the rhythm.” ~THE STATESMAN, NEW DELHI, INDIA

7:30 p.m.

Tuesday March 21, 2017

Keller Theatre Lenfest Hall

From Boston to Baghdad, Tampa to Toronto, the Jazz Ambassadors— the United States Army’s premier official touring “Big Band,”—has been thrilling audiences of all ages for more than six decades. The Jazz Ambassadors of Washington, DC, tours thousands of miles each year to promote patriotism and good will for the U.S. Army through free public concerts.

Performed by the military’s finest practitioners of jazz and swing, this 21-member jazz ensemble has earned the Jazz Ambassadors the title “America’s Big Band.” Through these concerts, the Jazz Ambassadors Band fosters the support of the American people for members of the armed forces and supports diplomatic efforts around the world. Gordon Goodwin, Bobby Shew,

Tickets are free, but required.

Ernie Watts, and the Dave Brubeck All-Star Quintet are just a few of the outstanding jazz artists who have shared the stage with the Jazz Ambassadors. The band has been featured in joint concerts with Marvin Hamlisch and the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, the San Diego Symphony Orchestra, the Seattle Symphony Pops, the Colorado Pops Orchestra, and the New York Pops at Carnegie Hall.

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L.A. Theatre Works Judgment at Nuremberg

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...L.A. Theatre Works has proven to be original, exciting, and...highly theatrical....”

~AMERICA THEATRE MAGAZINE

Consistently superb work.”

~LOS ANGELES TIMES

Tuesday April 25, 2017 7:30 p.m.

Keller Theatre Lenfest Hall Tickets are required. Adult $30 Senior/Active Military $25 W&L Faculty & Staff $20 W&L Student/Student $10

As the world commemorates the 75th anniversary of World War II, and as politics continues to infiltrate human rights and social justice issues worldwide, L.A. Theatre Works (LATW) tours one of the great courtroom dramas of the past century: Judgment at Nuremberg. Originally a riveting teleplay, Judgment at Nuremberg became an Academy Award-winning film and a stage play that is both surprising and unsettling. Ostensibly, the American-led tribunals were formed to prosecute those accused of war crimes committed during WWII against Jews, Gypsies, homosexuals, people who were mentally and physically handicapped, and those considered inferior to the Aryan race. But the

themes explored in the play cover much broader and deeper ground: how compassion can become secondary to the rule of law; how human rights are compromised during times of conflict; and how politics plays a role in dealing with genocide issues which remain relevant today. In this absorbing and complex drama, a cast of unforgettable characters plays out their highstakes game against the backdrop of a looming Cold War, shifting political alliances, and the shocking and vivid memories of the Holocaust and World War II. Under the leadership of Producing Director Susan Albert Loewenberg, LATW has been the foremost radio

theater company in the United States for four decades. LATW has singlehandedly brought the finest recorded dramatic literature into the homes of millions. LATW’s performance is immediate, spontaneous, and features a first-rate cast, live sound effects, and a connection to the audience rarely felt in a traditional theater setting. This theater... is an event. LATW is America’s premiere radio theater company, bringing great theater to audiences nationwide and beyond through live performance series in Los Angeles and national tours, national weekly Public Radio series, Audio Theatre Collection available in libraries and to the public, and national educational outreach programs.

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

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T heater, Dance, and Film Studies Presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International.

Thursday, October 20, 2016 Friday, October 21, 2016 Saturday, October 22, 2016 Sunday, October 23, 2016

Urinetown, The Musical

music by Mark Hollmann lyrics by Mark Hollmann and Greg Kotis book by Greg Kotis

directed by Rob Mish

7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 2 p.m.

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

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Robert O. and Elizabeth M. Bentley Musical

presented by the Department of Theater, Dance, and Film Studies and by the Department of Music Urinetown, The Musical is a laugha-minute satire of greed, revolution, love and musicals! In the midst of a 20-year drought, the local government has banned the use of private toilets and the citizens must use public facilities instead.

The “amenities” are controlled by a single money-grubbing company that charges a fee for “one of humanity’s most basic needs.” Like any revolution, a hero emerges and plans a rebellion to lead his community to independence. wlu.edu/theater-dance-and-film

Ten Tony nominations prove that this innovative play stretches the boundaries of the Broadway musical with an often shocking perspective, naughty modern fun, and an unexpected flair to entertain. 7


T heater, Dance, and Film Studies

W&L Dancers Create.... Jenefer Davies, Artistic Director

Dancing with the Professors National Honor Society for Dance Fund-raiser

Thursday, November 10, 2016 Friday, November 11, 2016 Saturday, November 12, 2016

Tuesday, November 29, 2016 6 p.m.

Keller Theatre Lenfest Hall

7:30 p.m.

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W&L Dancers Create....is dedicated to works performed and composed by students and showcases the diversity and talent within the dance program. A varied show in theme and style, this is a fun family adventure with something for everyone. Come and witness University dance at its best and brightest.

A fund-raiser for the dance program, Dancing with the Professors is W&L’s own version of Dancing with the Stars. Professors, deans and administrators pair off with members of the W&L dance company and show their talents through song, dance and a whole lot of silliness. Audience members vote for a winner with their dollars. This highly popular and “best new event on campus� winner is a great study break and a chance to laugh along with your favorite teachers. Come early, as seats fill up fast!

Tickets are required. All tickets are $5.

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Dance

No tickets are required. Donations are accepted at the door.

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T heater, Dance, and Film Studies Presented through special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service.

Wednesday, December 7, 2016 Thursday, December 8, 2016 Friday, December 9, 2016

Sense and Sensibility

by Kate Hamill based on the novel by Jane Austen

directed by Stephanie Sandberg

7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m.

Tickets are required. All tickets are $5.

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…an unconditional delight…invigorating…a bouncy, jaunty take on Austen…remains remarkably true to the values and priorities of its source. The classic Austen preoccupations with real estate, income, class, reputation and equilibrium in life are all rendered brightly and legibly here.” ~THE NEW YORK TIMES

This playful new adaptation of Jane Austen’s beloved novel follows the fortunes (and

misfortunes) of the Dashwood sisters— sensible Elinor and hypersensitive Marianne—

after their father’s sudden death leaves them financially destitute and socially vulnerable.

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Dracula

by Steven Dietz based on the novel by Bram Stoker

Presented through special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service.

directed by Jemma Alix Levy

Thursday, February 9, 2017 Friday, February 10, 2017 Saturday, February 11, 2017 Sunday, February 12, 2017

7:30 p.m. 10 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 2 p.m.

Keller Theatre Lenfest Hall

This new adaptation restores the suspense and seduction of Bram Stoker’s classic novel, Dracula, to the stage. As Count Dracula begins to

exert his will upon the residents of London, they try to piece together the clues of his appearances—in a valiant attempt to save themselves from a

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Tickets are required. Adult $15, Senior $13 W&L Faculty & Staff $11 Active Military $5 W&L Student/Student $5

hideous fate. Rich with both humor and horror, this play paints a wickedly theatrical picture of Stoker’s famous vampire.


T heater, Dance, and Film Studies Friday, March 17, 2017 Saturday, March 18, 2017 Sunday, March 19, 2017

The award-winning W&L Repertory Dance Company presents an evening of multifaceted dance works performed and created by internationally renowned

W&L Repertory Dance Company

Jenefer Davies, Artistic Director

Tickets are required. Adult $15, Senior $13 W&L Faculty & Staff $11 Active Military $5 W&L Student/Student $5

7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 2 p.m.

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choreographers, W&L faculty and guest artists. Named a dance program of “outstanding artistic excellence� by American College Dance Association,

W&L Repertory Dance Company is committed to bringing artistically vibrant contemporary dance works to Lexington.

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T heater, Dance, and Film Studies Thursday, May 18, 2017 Friday, May 19, 2017

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3:30 p.m.

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Aerial Dance Jenefer Davies, Artistic Director

No tickets are required.

and dance on the walls of Wilson Hall as the culmination of their spring term study.


S onoKlect Saturday November 5, 2016

Trio ZBR 8 p.m.

Wilson Concert Hall

No tickets are required.

Molly Alicia Barth, flutist; Jeffrey Zeigler, cellist; David Riley, pianist

Trio ZBR trio will be presenting a program that expands the definition of virtuosity in music—even the deceptively simple pieces can be fiendishly difficult to play and require incredible concentration by musicians and audiences alike. The program contains three works written specifically for the trio and, although all the pieces are deeply versed in the classical tradition, they each resist categorization and are quite novel in terms of formal structure, without ever losing an ever present direct emotional impact. A founding member of the new music sextet Eighth Blackbird, Grammy-winning flutist Molly Alicia Barth specializes in the music of today. Jeffrey Zeigler is one of the most versatile cellists of our time, having spent eight seasons with the renowned Kronos Quartet. Pianist David Riley, no stranger to regular SonoKlect audiences, has been mesmerizing audiences at many of North America’s most prestigious venues for more than two decades. Truly a world class ensemble! wlu.edu/lenfest-center Box Office 540.458.8000

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Friday, March 24, 2017 Saturday, March 25, 2017

Southeastern Composers League Forum 2017 TBA

Wilson Concert Hall

Two full days of concerts will fill Wilson Hall with contemporary sounds as the annual Forum of the Southeastern Composers League comes to town. Composers from throughout the southeast will assemble at W&L to showcase their creations, compare notes and discuss matters musical—large ensembles and small, instrumental and vocal, acoustic and electric. These composers run the

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No tickets are required.

gamut of styles, generations and outlooks. Student and faculty performers supplement a core of visiting musicians led by pianist Brad Blackham from Hillsdale College in Michigan. A series of one-hour concerts will be presented. For a complete schedule, check the website, wlu. edu/music.

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Fall 2016

DATE 9/1-9/24 9/15 9/18 9/22 9/26 9/30-10/28 9/30 10/1 10/9 10/20-22 10/21 10/22 10/23 10/25 10/30 11/1 11/5 11/7-12/9 11/10-12 11/10 11/12 11/13 11/16 11/17 11/29 11/29 12/5-6 12/7-9 12/8

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PRESENTER

Art Exhibit: Nate Larson & Marni Shindelman: Geolocation: Tributes to the Data Stream Art Lecture and Reception: Larson & Shindelman 5:30 p.m. Faculty Voice Recital: Gregory Parker 3 p.m. Cardinal Ensemble Concert 8:15 p.m. Havana Cuba All-Stars: Cuban Nights 7:30 p.m. Art Exhibit: Decade Staniar Gallery’s 10-Year Anniversary Exhibition Family Weekend Choral Concert 8 p.m. Family Weekend Instrumental Ensemble Concert 8 p.m. Marlbrook Chamber Players 3 p.m. Urinetown 7:30 p.m. Escher String Quartet and Jason Vieaux, Guitar 8 p.m. Reception: Decade 4 p.m. Urinetown 2 p.m. Fall Choral Concert 8 p.m. Faculty Piano Recital: Gaylard and Watanabe 3 p.m. University Wind Ensemble: Leaping Latitudes 8:15 p.m. Trio ZBR 8 p.m. Art Exhibit: Modern Art Goes Pop: Selections from W&L’s University Collections of Art and History W&L Dancers Create.... 7:30 p.m. University Orchestra Concert 8:15 p.m. Symphonic Development: Sonata to Symphony Bluegrass Ensemble 8 p.m. Martin Jones, Piano 3 p.m. Art Lecture and Reception: 5:30 p.m. Modern Art Goes Pop University Jazz Ensemble 8 p.m. Riding the Waves of Jazz The Pamela H. Simpson Endowment for Art 5:30 p.m. Lecture Series: Judith F. Baca: Life in Motion: Borders, Migration, and Mobility in the Americas Dancing with the Professors 6 p.m. Holiday Pops Concert 7 p.m. Sense and Sensibility 7:30 p.m. Candlelight Service: 8 p.m. A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols

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Winter 2017

DATE 1/9-2/3 1/11 1/12 1/22 1/31 2/9-3/18 2/9 2/10 2/11 2/11 2/12 2/28 3/3 3/5 3/17-18 3/19 3/18 3/19 3/21 3/24-25 3/27-4/7 3/28 4/4 4/6 4/7

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Art Exhibit: elin o’Hara slavick Illuminated Artifacts Complexions Contemporary Ballet 7:30 p.m. Senior Voice Recital: Olivia Shaves ’17 8:15 p.m. Romantic Masterpieces for Cello and Piano 3 p.m. Isaac Melamed, cello, and Ting-Ting Yen, piano Art Lecture and Reception: elin o’Hara slavick 5:30 p.m. Art Exhibit: Joy Lynn Davis Remembering the Lost: Community Response to the Theft of Nepal’s Sacred Sculptures Dracula 7:30 p.m. Dracula 10 p.m. Dracula 7:30 p.m. Antioch Chamber Ensemble 8 p.m. Dracula 2 p.m. University Singers Tour Home Concert 8 p.m. Art Lecture and Reception: Joy Lynn Davis 5:30 p.m. Ardo Duo: Streaming the Romantics 3 p.m. W&L Repertory Dance Company 7:30 p.m. W&L Repertory Dance Company 2 p.m. Senior Composition Recital: Bennett Lewis ’17 7:30 p.m. Senior Voice Recital: Jake Burnett ’17 3 p.m. Jazz Ambassadors 7:30 p.m. United States Army Touring Big Band Southeastern Composers League Forum 2017 TBA Art Exhibit: 2017 Senior Theses Oratorio and Concerto Concert: 8 p.m. featuring Mozart’s Requiem University Wind Ensemble: New Horizons 8:15 p.m. University Jazz Ensemble: Solos Sublime 8 p.m. Bluegrass Ensemble 7 p.m.

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Staniar Gallery

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Theater Theater Theater Concert Guild Theater Music Art Music Dance Dance Music Music Lenfest

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Art Exhibit: New Codex Oaxaca: Immigration and Cultural Memory Judgment at Nuremberg 7:30 p.m. Art Lecture and Reception: 5:30 p.m. New Codex Oaxaca Guest Piano Recital: Jonathan Cook 8 p.m. Marlbrook Chamber Players 3 p.m. A Spring Program Aerial Dance 3:30 p.m. Senior Piano Recital: Conley Hurst ’17 5 p.m. University Singers Commencement Concert 8 p.m. wlu.edu/lenfest-center

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C oncert G uild

Cardinal Ensemble Concert

Thursday September 22, 2016

Tickets are required. Adult $10 Active Military/Senior $8 W&L Faculty & Staff $5 Non-W&L Student $5 W&L Student Free

8:15 p.m.

Wilson Concert Hall

William Parrish, oboe Tracey Cowden, piano

The Cardinal Ensemble will present a concert of music from across the eras of classical music including works by Jean-Baptiste Loeillet, Arvo Pärt, August Klughardt, Astor Piazzolla and C.P.E. Bach.

Kathleen Overfield-Zook, viola Kelly Mikkelsen, cello

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Escher String Quartet and Jason Vieaux, Guitar

C oncert G uild

Friday October 21, 2016

8 p.m.

Wilson Concert Hall

A Dark ambrosial brew all its own.”

Tickets are required. Adult $25 Active Military/Senior $20 W&L Faculty & Staff $15 Non-W&L Student $10 W&L Student $5

~THE BOSTON GLOBE

Photo by Sophie Zhal

Jason Vieaux, guitar

The Escher String Quartet has received acclaim for its profound musical insight and rare tonal beauty. A former BBC New Generation Artist, the Quartet has performed at the BBC Proms at Cadogan Hall and is a regular guest at Wigmore Hall. In its home town of New York, the ensemble serves as Artists of The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center. In 2013, the Quartet became one of the very few chamber ensembles to be awarded the prestigious Avery Fisher Career Grant. Within months of its inception in 2005, the ensemble came to the attention of key musical

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Adam Barnett-Hart, violin; Aaron Boyd, violin; Pierre Lapointe, viola; Brook Speltz, cello

figures worldwide. Championed by the Emerson Quartet, the Escher Quartet was invited by both Pinchas Zukerman and Itzhak Perlman to be Quartet in Residence at each artist’s summer festival: the Young Artists Programme at Canada’s National Arts Centre and the Perlman Chamber Music Programme on Shelter Island, NY. The Quartet has since collaborated with artists including David Finckel, Leon Fleisher, Wu Han, Lynn Harrell, cho-Liang Lin, Joshua Bell, Vilde Frang, David Shifrin and guitarist Jason Vieaux.

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Described by NPR as “perhaps the most precise and soulful classical guitarist of his generation,” Jason Vieaux performs a remarkably wide range of music. His solo recitals have been featured at every major guitar series in North America and many important guitar festivals in Asia, Australia, Europe and Mexico. Vieaux has performed with nearly 100 orchestras and recorded a dozen albums. In 1992, he was awarded the prestigious GFA International Guitar Competition First Prize, the event’s youngest winner ever.


C oncert G uild

Martin Jones, Piano

Sunday November 13, 2016

Tickets are required. Adult $25 Active Military/Senior $20 W&L Faculty & Staff $15 Non-W&L Student $10 W&L Student $5

3 p.m.

Wilson Concert Hall

...you could hardly wish for a more sympathetic and scintillating soloist... Martin Jones is a skilled and sensitive artist with an imaginative response that is faultless.” ~Gramophone

Martin Jones is an elegant and gifted pianist who studied at London’s Royal Academy of Music. In 1968, he made his professional debuts in Queen Elizabeth

Hall in London and Carnegie Hall in New York. Since 1988, Jones has recorded the entire piano catalogs of Debussy, Grainger, Szymanowski, Mendelssohn,

Stravinsky, Korngold, Brahms and Mompou. He is very well traveled, having performed mostly in Britain but also in Australia, Canada and the United States.

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C oncert G uild Saturday February 11, 2017

The Antioch Chamber Ensemble is currently celebrating its 17th season of exceptional music making. The ensemble performs choral works ranging from Renaissance polyphony 20

Antioch Chamber Ensemble 8 p.m.

Wilson Concert Hall

to contemporary masterpieces. In 2008, Antioch was awarded first-place honors in the Tolosa International Choral Competition in Spain. The ensemble has performed at Lincoln Center, the wlu.edu/music

Tickets are required. Adult $25 Active Military/Senior $20 W&L Faculty & Staff $15 Non-W&L Student $10 W&L Student $5

Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Piccolo Spoleto Festival, the American Choral Directors Association Eastern Division Conference and the Festival des Choeurs Laureats in France.


Faculty Voice Recital: Gregory Parker

F all M usic

Sunday, September 18, 2016 3 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall

Baritone Gregory Parker and pianist Timothy Gaylard present art songs and opera arias based on the works of William Shakespeare. No tickets are required.

Choral Concert

Parents and Family Weekend

featuring the University Singers, Men’s Glee Club and Cantatrici

Come kick off the choral season at W&L with the University Singers, Men’s Glee Club, and Cantatrici. The concert will begin with the combined forces of the Men’s Glee Club and the Men of the University Singers performing Michael McGlynn’s powerful Hinbarra. Cantatrici will follow with several works including Giselle Wyers’ The Waking; then the Glee Club and Cantatrici will join forces for several pieces. The centerpiece of the program will be the University

Friday, September 30, 2016 8 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall

Singers’ performance of Ola Gjeilo’s setting of O magnum mysterium, also known as Serenity, which will feature senior Cole Schott on the violoncello. Masterpieces by Felix Mendelssohn, Mack Wilberg, and a special performance of Take Me Home, Country Roads will round out the evening, finally closing with the W&L tradition, Shenandoah. Tickets are free, but required and available only to current W&L students and families.

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Parents and Family Weekend

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Instrumental Ensemble Concert Saturday, October 1, 2016 8 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall

Join the Washington and Lee University Instrumental Music Ensembles for a sampler performance as part of Parents and Family Weekend. Various Instrumental Ensembles, including the University Wind Ensemble and the University Jazz Ensemble, will showcase their talents and provide a preview of upcoming concerts. No tickets are required.

Marlbrook Chamber Players Jaime McArdle, violin Timothy Gaylard, piano Julia Goudimova, cello Sunday, October 9, 2016 3 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall

A variety of chamber music styles featuring the piano trio of Jaime McArdle, violin; Julia Goudimova, cello; and Timothy Gaylard, piano. No tickets are required.

Fall Choral Concert

featuring the University Singers, Men’s Glee Club, and Cantatrici Tuesday, October 25, 2016 8 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall

Fall Choral Concert program selections for our Lexington audiences are identical to those performed on September 30 for the students’ families at our Parents and Family Weekend Concert. Tickets are free, but required.

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Faculty Piano Recital

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Two Pianos Go Russian Timothy Gaylard and Shuko Watanabe

Sunday, October 30, 2016 3 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall

Timothy Gaylard and Shuko Watanabe will play a program of Russian music for two pianos in works by Arensky, Borodin, and selections from Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker ballet. No tickets are required.

University Wind Ensemble Leaping Latitudes

Tuesday, November 1, 2016 8:15 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall

The University Wind Ensemble invites you on a musical trip around the world. Selections will include music written about lands both far and near by composers such as Ticheli, Wagner, Ralph Vaughan Williams, and Arturo Márquez. Professor

Tom Artwick, saxophone, joins the ensemble for a performance of John Williams’ movie score for Catch Me If You Can. Join us for an evening of music that will truly take you places!

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University Orchestra Concert Symphonic Development: Sonata to Symphony

Thursday, November 10, 2016 8:15 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall

From its beginnings as part of church sonatas, to the Sinfonia of opera overtures, and into the full-blown symphonic works of Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven, the symphony has been and is a constantly developing compositional outlet. The

University Orchestra performs pieces from various developmental periods of the iconic form and closes with Haydn’s Symphony No. 6 in D major, Morning. No tickets are required.

Saturday, November 12, 2016 8 p.m.

Bluegrass Ensemble

Wilson Concert Hall

In addition to performing Bluegrass standards, the Bluegrass Ensemble, under the direction of Nate Leath, will put its 24

distinctive spin on some tunes from other genres, as well.

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University Jazz Ensemble

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Riding the Waves of Jazz Thursday, November 17, 2016 8 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall

Everyone is talking and rightly so! The University Jazz Ensemble is taking off in new directions with each performance. Fresh music and some familiar old standards, all wrapped up with a delicious groove, will make this fall performance a memorable event. No tickets are required.

Holiday Pops Concert

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. The program will open with Dr. Shane Lynch’s setting of Gloria, and will close with

Monday, December 5, 2016 Tuesday, December 6, 2016 7 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall

Mack Wilberg’s iconic setting of Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing. Enjoy a lighthearted concert that will be fun for the entire family! Identical programs both nights. Tickets are free, but required. Tickets will be available November 1.

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Candlelight Service: A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols University Singers

F all M usic

Thursday, December 8, 2016 8 p.m. Lee Chapel

An annual tradition at W&L dating back more than 80 years, 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 Paul J. Christiansen’s Infant Holy, Infant Lowly to modern masterpieces like Matthew Culloton’s Still, Still, Still, let text and music intertwine for a peaceful evening unlike any other in Lexington. Tickets are not required. Open seating in Lee Chapel begins at 7 p.m.

Senior Voice Recital Olivia Shaves ’17

Winter M usic

Thursday, January 12, 2017 8:15 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall

Mezzo-Soprano Olivia Shaves, a senior vocal music education major from Virginia Beach, Virginia, will present a recital of art songs and arias. No tickets are required.

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Romantic Masterpieces for Cello and Piano

Isaac Melamed, cello, and Ting-Ting Yen, piano Sunday, January 22, 2017 3 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall

Romantic Masterpieces for Cello and Piano, a collaborative recital by pianist Ting-Ting Yen and her husband Isaac Melamed, cellist. Yen and Melamed will present two of the most beloved works in the cello/piano repertoire: Brahms’ Cello Sonata in E Minor, Op. 38 and Rachmaninoff ’s Cello Sonata in G Minor, Op. 19. From tragedy and sorrow to triumphant euphoria, these masterpieces illuminate the entire spectrum of human emotion. No tickets are required.

University Singers Tour Home Concert

Tuesday, February 28, 2017 8 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall

Join the renowned University Singers as they return from their 2016 tour of the South with an evening of a cappella choral mastery. The tour will include performances in Nashville, Columbia, Birmingham, Savannah, Charlotte, Richmond, and elsewhere,

featuring the choir performing a series of daunting modern Latin motets by Frank Martin, conductor Shane Lynch, and Ola Gjeilo. Then travel through the mastery of Bach in his grand motet Der Geist hilft unsrer Schwachheit auf, BWV 226 before

a journey home, featuring music by Mack Wilberg, Ēriks Ešenvalds, and John Denver. Finally, close the program with folk songs, gospel music, and other works of Americana that are always audience favorites.

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Winter M usic

Ardo Duo

Streaming the Romantics Shuko Watanabe and Byron W. Petty Sunday, March 5, 2017 3 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall

Featuring Mendelssohn’s Songs Without Words; Piano Sonata, Op. 15 by Percy Goetschius; Max MeyerOlbersleben’s Two Romances; and Andante Cantabile for two pianos by Eduard Schütt. No tickets are required.

Senior Composition Recital Bennett Lewis ’17 Saturday, March 18, 2017 7:30 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall

Bennett Lewis, a senior from Saint Louis, Missouri, is pursuing majors in music and English. His original compositions will be presented by the W&L music community. No tickets are required.

Senior Voice Recital Jake Burnett ’17 Sunday, March 19, 2017 3 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall

Baritone Jake Burnett hails from Anaheim, California, and is a music and psychology double major. He will sing a wide-ranging program including classical, modern and Broadway selections. No tickets are required.

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Oratorio and Concerto Concert featuring Mozart’s Requiem

Winter M usic Tuesday, March 28, 2017 8 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall

Tickets are required. Adult/ Senior/Active Military $10 W&L Faculty & Staff: No charge W&L Student/Student: No charge

Enjoy an evening with the combined choirs of the W&L choral program and the University Orchestra as they present the masterpiece of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Reqiuem in D minor, K.626. One of the most well-known and stunning compositions ever produced, Mozart famously passed away during the composition process,

leaving an unfinished work that has been completed by his students and various editors over the years. In addition, the first part of the concert will feature the student winner of the 2016-17 Concerto Competition performing with the orchestra.

Tickets are required.

University Wind Ensemble Concert New Horizons

Tuesday, April 4, 2017 8:15 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall

The University Wind Ensemble presents a concert of new music for wind band. Each piece on the program has been composed since 2010. Dr. Louie Eckhardt, trumpet, joins the ensemble for a performance of a new piece by Jim Stephenson written for piccolo trumpet and wind ensemble—a work that, as of this writing, is still being composed and is as yet unnamed! Join us for an exciting evening of music on the cutting edge! No tickets are required.

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Winter M usic

University Jazz Ensemble Concert Solos Sublime

Thursday, April 6, 2017 8 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall

Student soloists take center stage on this annual end-ofthe-season ritual. Expect to hear music from the entire history of jazz, from its roots to contemporary sounds.

And expect to hear a talented group of individuals and a cohesive jazz unit in this finale of the UJE season. No tickets are required.

Bluegrass Ensemble Friday, April 7, 2017 7 p.m. Stackhouse Theater

The Stackhouse Theater, located in the John W. Elrod Commons, will ring with the sounds of banjos, mandolins, fiddles, guitars, voices and a few surprises as the Bluegrass Ensemble presents its winter term concert.

No tickets are required.

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Guest Piano Recital Jonathan Chapman Cook

S pring M usic

Friday, April 28, 2017 8 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall

Pianist Jonathan Chapman Cook will perform music of Brahms and Chopin. Cook has performed at the University of Michigan, W&L, the Garth Newel Music Center and on the Distinguished Alumni Recital Series at Western Michigan University. No tickets are required.

Marlbrook Chamber Ensemble

A Spring Program of Chamber Music

Sunday, May 7, 2017 3 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall

Come and join Timothy Gaylard, Jaime McArdle, and Julia Goudimova as they perform an afternoon of chamber masterworks for violin, cello and piano. No tickets are required.

Senior Piano Recital

Conley Hurst ’17

Tuesday, May 23, 2017 5 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall

Conley Hurst, a history major and music minor from Little Rock, Arkansas, will perform works for the piano. No tickets are required.

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University Singers Commencement Concert

S pring M usic Tuesday, May 23, 2017 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 2016-2017 selected by the seniors. This 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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Judith F. Baca

Art & Art History

Life in Motion: Borders, Migration, and Mobility in the Americas

Baca is a painter and muralist, monument builder, and scholar who has been teaching art at the University of California since 1984. She was the founder of the first City of Los Angeles Mural Program in 1974, which evolved into a community arts organization known as the Social and Public Art Resource Center (SPARC) and has been creating sites of public memory since 1976. She continues to serve as its artistic director and focuses her creative energy in the UCLA@SPARC Digital/Mural Lab, employing digital technology to create social justice art. Baca’s public arts initiatives reflect the lives and

The Pamela H. Simpson Endowment for Art Lecture Series Tuesday, November 29, 2016 5:30 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall

concerns of populations that have been historically disenfranchised, including women, the working poor, youth, the elderly, LGBT and immigrant communities. Throughout Los Angeles, and increasingly in national and international venues, her projects have often been created in impoverished neighborhoods that have been revitalized and energized by the attention these works have brought and the excitement they have generated. Baca gives form to monuments that rise up out of neighborhoods, rather than being imposed upon them. Together with the people who live there, they co-create monumental public art, places that become “sites of public memory.”

Made possible in part with generous support of The Pamela H. Simpson Endowment for Art, Mellon Interdisciplinary Faculty Seminar, Art and Art History Department, Latin American and Caribbean Studies Program (LACS), and the Center for Poetic Research (CPR).

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Nate Larson & Marni Shindelman:

Staniar Gallery Exhibition: September 1 – September 24, 2016 Lecture and Reception: Thursday, September 15 5:30 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall

Geolocation: Tributes to the Data Stream

Geolocation: Have My Location?, 2011, Archival Pigment Print, 24 x 20 inches

Staniar Gallery is partnering with the Digital Humanities Working Group to present this collaborative project by photographers Nate Larson and Marni Shindelman who use publicly available GPS coordinates from Twitter messages to find and photograph the location where the Tweet originated. The pictures are then presented with the text that inspired them to create poetic pairings, which range

from sorrowful to humorous, confessional to cheeky. The project has garnered much attention for its exploration of contemporary cultural dichotomies such as public/private, real/virtual, analog/digital. “Geolocation” has been widely exhibited and featured in such publications as Wired Magazine, the New York Times Lens Blog, VICE Magazine, Discover Magazine, The Washington Post, and Utne Reader.

Made possible in part with generous support from the Class of ’63 Scholar in Residence Fund, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the Digital Humanities Working Group.

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Decade:

Staniar Gallery

Staniar Gallery’s 10-Year Anniversary Exhibition

When the Department of Art and Art HIstory moved to the newly constructed Wilson Hall in 2006, Staniar Gallery opened its doors with generous funding from distinguished Washington and Lee alumnus Burt Staniar. With a mission to serve as a pedagogical exhibition space, Staniar Gallery has hosted more than 70 shows in its first decade, enabling students to understand art in its cultural

Exhibition: September 30 – October 28, 2016 Reception: Saturday, October 22 4 p.m. Lykes Atrium, Wilson Hall

contexts. In addition to presenting contemporary and art historical works, the gallery provides programming to enhance the University’s liberal arts curriculum. To commemorate the tenth anniversary, the gallery presents a group exhibition featuring recent works by Studio Art Faculty and Washington and Lee alumni who studied art in Wilson Hall and Staniar Gallery.

2017 Senior Theses Exhibit Each year the graduating seniors in studio art exhibit their senior thesis projects in Staniar Gallery. An opportunity for these young artists to show their most advanced and inventive work in a gallery setting, the

Exhibition: March 27 – April 7, 2017 Reception: TBA Staniar Gallery exhibition is a debut into the professional art world and an occasion for sharing their talent and achievements with the community.

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Modern Art Goes Pop:

Staniar Gallery

W&L’s University Collections of Art and History

Exhibition: November 7 – December 9, 2016 Lecture and Reception: Wednesday, November 16 5:30 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall

Andy Warhol, Truck, 1985, Screenprint on Lenox Museum Board; Extra, out of the edition, designated for research and educational purposes only, Gift of The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. (2013.39.3)

This exhibition showcases two distinct artistic styles that emerged after WWII in Europe and the United States: Hard-edge Abstraction and Pop Art. Like earlier Abstract Expressionists, Hard-edge artists such as Frank Stella removed recognizable subject matter from their work, but also rejected dynamic brushstrokes in favor of mechanical precision, pattern, and bold blocks of color. Pop Art developed in the late 1950s when European ‘New realism’, which emphasized elements

of mass culture, spread to the U.S. There, artists like Robert Indiana and Andy Warhol found inspiration in the mundane and ordinary—as Warhol said, “all the great modern things that the Abstract Expressionists tried not to notice at all.” This exhibition, drawn from the University Collection of Art and History, explores the points at which these two major twentieth-century art movements intersected and diverged, as well as their continuing legacies.

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elin o’Hara slavick

Staniar Gallery

Exhibition: January 9 – February 3, 2017 Lecture and Reception: Tuesday, January 31 5:30 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall

Illuminated Artifacts

Atomic Mask, 2008, cyanotype of fragment of steel beam from the A-Bombed Dome in Hiroshima, Japan, 24 x 30 inches

Using alternative photographic processes such as 19thcentury techniques and contemporary digital technology, elin o’Hara slavick’s conceptual practice revolves around the idea of making visible what we often do not see. This exhibition features photographic works from After Hiroshima, images of A-Bombed artifacts made in Japan, and Found Walking, an ongoing series based on objects collected on meditative walks. Both bodies of work are records of loss and hope, decay and survival, revealing the effects of time and the spectacular beauty of mundane

things. An activist, educator, mother, poet, critic, curator and artist, slavick never separates form from function, theory from practice, or utopian concept from material reality. She is a “Distinguished Professor” at UNC, Chapel Hill, where she built the photography program. Slavick’s work has been exhibited internationally and she is the author/artist of two monographs—Bomb After Bomb: A Violent Cartography (Charta, 2007), with a foreword by Howard Zinn and essay by Carol Mavor, and After Hiroshima (Daylight, 2014), with an essay by James Elkins.

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Joy Lynn Davis

Staniar Gallery

Remembering the Lost: Community Response to the Theft of Nepal’s Sacred Sculptures

Exhibition: February 9 – March 18, 2017 Lecture and Reception: Friday, March 3 5:30 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall

15th-Century Lakshmi Narayan, Patan, Nepal, 2013, acrylic with 23 karat gold on cotton rag paper, 40 x 30 inches

In this project, artist and researcher Joy Lynn Davis documents community response to the theft of sacred stone sculptures from the Kathmandu Valley of Nepal through paintings, photographs, interviews, and research. While Nepal’s sacred sculptures are now admired as works of art in museums and private collections around the world, Nepal’s communities mourn the losses of them as living gods. Davis recontextualizes the stolen sculptures by painting them returned to Kathmandu’s temples and shrines. Stolen sculptures are painted in 23-karat gold making them easily identifiable and referencing the commodification of the sacred. Didactic panels accompany each painting,

featuring historical images of the sculptures, current photographs of the sites, excerpts of interviews with local devotees and temple caretakers, and information about the sculptures, thefts, and any replicas. The exhibit explores the ethics of the art trade and provides an example of the ongoing problem of illicit trafficking of cultural property worldwide. An accompanying website (rememberingthelost.com) features a map and database of all known thefts. Davis is the founder of Himalayan Art and Cultural Project (501c3 nonprofit). She divides her time between California and Nepal, and has been an artist in residence at Kathmandu Contemporary Arts Centre and Santa Fe Art Institute.

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New Codex Oaxaca: Immigration and Cultural Memory

Staniar Gallery Exhibition: April 24 – May 26, 2017 Lecture and Reception: Wednesday, April 26 5:30 p.m. Wilson Concert Hall

Julio Barrita, Broken Spaces, 2014, digital photograph on cloth, 15.75 x 22.5 inches

In 2010, artist and curator Marietta Bernstoff began working with citizens of San Francisco Tanivet, a small town in the Mexican state of Oaxaca, to make art as a way of exploring the effects of migration on their small rural community. The project continues to grow and more than 40 artists have contributed textiles, photographs, engravings, and other ephemera representing the immigration experience. The traveling exhibition addresses important questions about the immigration experience: What are the implications

for the state of Oaxaca, which has seen more than one million inhabitants migrate to the United States? What is happening to their land in Mexico and the family they left behind? How do we keep traditions alive within another culture? Has immigration changed the way we see ourselves as a culture? Marietta Bernstoff is a curator at the Social and Public Art Resource Center (SPARC) in Venice, California, and founder of the MAMAZ (Mujeres Artistas y el Maiz) Collective, a group of women artists in Mexico and the USA.

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T icket I nformation Individual ticket orders may be placed in three different ways: • Online Ticket Sales: Order tickets online at wlu.edu/lenfestcenter with your credit card. To place an online order, click on Current Season (top left of website), and Calendar of Events will be displayed. Select performance of choice and purchase ticket. Only e-tickets are available online. Your e-ticket will be taken at the door. • Online ticket sales will be available on Wednesday, August 17, 2016, at 8 a.m., on a first-come, first-served basis. • Box Office Ticket Sales: The Lenfest Box Office opens for in-person and telephone sales on Monday, September 12, on a first-come, first-served basis. The Box Office hours are Monday - Friday, 9-11 a.m. and 1-3 p.m.

Individual event order forms are on pages 41-43. 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 Lenfest Center and Music Department events are free, but required, and can be picked up at the Box Office. FREE tickets are NOT available online.

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. Mail-in orders accepted from August 15 - September 9.

Box O ffice Information For tickets and information for upcoming attractions, refer to the W&L Lenfest website at wlu.edu/lenfest-center 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. BOX OFFICE HOURS: The Box Office follows the University’s academic calendar and is open from 9-11 a.m. and 1-3 p.m. Monday - Friday and 2 hours prior to all ticketed performances. The Box Office is CLOSED during undergraduate break and exam weeks; website sales will still be available—information will be posted the week prior. 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. 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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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. ALL ARTISTS, DATES AND TIMES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE

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Lenfest Events

EVENT DATE TYPE NUMBER SUBTOTAL Havana 9/26/16 Adult ________@ $ 35.00 $_____________ Cuba 7:30 p.m. Senior/Active Military ________@ $ 25.00 $_____________ All-Stars W&L Faculty & Staff ________@ $ 25.00 $_____________ W&L Student/Student ________@ $ 10.00 $_____________ Complexions 1/11/17 Adult ________@ $ 30.00 $_____________ Contemporary 7:30 p.m. Senior/Active Military ________@ $ 25.00 $_____________ Ballet W&L Faculty & Staff ________@ $ 20.00 $_____________ W&L Student/Student ________@ $ 10.00 $_____________ Judgment at 4/25/17 Adult ________@ $ 30.00 $_____________ Nuremberg 7:30 p.m. Senior/Active Military ________@ $ 25.00 $_____________ W&L Faculty & Staff ________@ $ 20.00 $_____________ W&L Student/Student ________@ $ 10.00 $_____________

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: wlu.edu/lenfest-center For Box Office information: Call 540.458.8000.

Theater, Dance and Film Studies Events EVENT DATE TYPE NUMBER SUBTOTAL Urinetown, 10/20/16 Adult ________@ $ The Musical 7:30 p.m. Senior ________@ $ W&L Faculty & Staff ________@ $ Active Military ________@ $ W&L Student/Student ________@ $

25.00 $_____________ 20.00 $_____________ 20.00 $_____________ 10.00 $_____________ 10.00 $_____________

Urinetown, 10/21/16 Adult ________@ $ The Musical 7:30 p.m. Senior ________@ $ W&L Faculty & Staff ________@ $ Active Military ________@ $ W&L Student/Student ________@ $

25.00 $_____________ 20.00 $_____________ 20.00 $_____________ 10.00 $_____________ 10.00 $_____________

Urinetown, 10/22/16 Adult ________@ $ The Musical 7:30 p.m. Senior ________@ $ W&L Faculty & Staff ________@ $ Active Military ________@ $ W&L Student/Student ________@ $

25.00 $_____________ 20.00 $_____________ 20.00 $_____________ 10.00 $_____________ 10.00 $_____________

Urinetown, 10/23/16 Adult ________@ $ The Musical 2 p.m. Senior ________@ $ W&L Faculty & Staff ________@ $ Active Military ________@ $ W&L Student/Student ________@ $

25.00 $_____________ 20.00 $_____________ 20.00 $_____________ 10.00 $_____________ 10.00 $_____________

W&L Dancers Create....

11/10/16 7:30 p.m.

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W&L Dancers Create....

11/11/16 7:30 p.m.

All

________@ $ 5.00

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W&L Dancers Create....

11/12/16 7:30 p.m.

All

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O rder F orm EVENT DATE TYPE NUMBER SUBTOTAL Sense and 12/7/16 All Sensibility 7:30 p.m.

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$_____________

Sense and 12/8/16 All Sensibility 7:30 p.m.

________@ $ 5.00

$_____________

Sense and 12/9/16 All Sensibility 7:30 p.m.

________@ $ 5.00

$_____________

Dracula 2/9/17 Adult ________@ $ 7:30 p.m. Senior ________@ $ W&L Faculty & Staff ________@ $ Active Military ________@ $ W&L Student/Student ________@ $

15.00 $_____________ 13.00 $_____________ 11.00 $_____________ 5.00 $_____________ 5.00 $_____________

Dracula 2/10/17 Adult ________@ $ 10 p.m. Senior ________@ $ W&L Faculty & Staff ________@ $ Active Military ________@ $ W&L Student/Student ________@ $

15.00 $_____________ 13.00 $_____________ 11.00 $_____________ 5.00 $_____________ 5.00 $_____________

Dracula 2/11/17 Adult ________@ $ 7:30 p.m. Senior ________@ $ W&L Faculty & Staff ________@ $ Active Military ________@ $ W&L Student/Student ________@ $

15.00 $_____________ 13.00 $_____________ 11.00 $_____________ 5.00 $_____________ 5.00 $_____________

Dracula 2/12/17 Adult ________@ $ 2 p.m. Senior ________@ $ W&L Faculty & Staff ________@ $ Active Military ________@ $ W&L Student/Student ________@ $

15.00 $_____________ 13.00 $_____________ 11.00 $_____________ 5.00 $_____________ 5.00 $_____________

W&L Repertory 3/17/17 Adult ________@ $ Dance Company 7:30 p.m. Senior ________@ $ W&L Faculty & Staff ________@ $ Active Military ________@ $ W&L Student/Student ________@ $

15.00 $_____________ 13.00 $_____________ 11.00 $_____________ 5.00 $_____________ 5.00 $_____________

W&L Repertory 3/18/17 Adult ________@ $ Dance Company 7:30 p.m. Senior ________@ $ W&L Faculty & Staff ________@ $ Active Military ________@ $ W&L Student/Student ________@ $

15.00 $_____________ 13.00 $_____________ 11.00 $_____________ 5.00 $_____________ 5.00 $_____________

W&L Repertory 3/19/17 Adult ________@ $ Dance Company 2 p.m. Senior ________@ $ W&L Faculty & Staff ________@ $ Active Military ________@ $ W&L Student/Student ________@ $

15.00 $_____________ 13.00 $_____________ 11.00 $_____________ 5.00 $_____________ 5.00 $_____________

Theater, Dance and Film Studies 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: wlu.edu/lenfest-center For Box Office information: Call 540.458.8000.

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EVENT DATE TYPE NUMBER SUBTOTAL Oratorio and 3/28/17 Adult/Senior/Active Military Concerto Concert 8 p.m. featuring Mozart’s Requiem

________@ $ 10.00

$_____________

Music 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: wlu.edu/lenfest-center For Box Office information: Call 540.458.8000.

Concert Guild Events EVENT DATE TYPE NUMBER SUBTOTAL Cardinal Ensemble 9/22/16 Adult ________@ $ 10.00 $_____________ Concert 8:15 p.m. Active Military/Senior ________@ $ 8.00 $_____________ W&L Faculty & Staff ________@ $ 5.00 $_____________ Non-W&L Student ________@ $ 5.00 $_____________ W&L Student ________@ $ Free $_____________ Escher String 10/21/16 Adult ________@ $ 25.00 $_____________ Quartet and 8 p.m. Active Military/Senior ________@ $ 20.00 $_____________ Jason Vieaux, W&L Faculty & Staff ________@ $ 15.00 $_____________ Guitar Non-W&L Student ________@ $ 10.00 $_____________ W&L Student ________@ $ 5.00 $_____________ Martin Jones, 11/13/16 Adult ________@ $ 25.00 $_____________ Piano 3 p.m. Active Military/Senior ________@ $ 20.00 $_____________ W&L Faculty & Staff ________@ $ 15.00 $_____________ Non-W&L Student ________@ $ 10.00 $_____________ W&L Student ________@ $ 5.00 $_____________ Antioch Chamber 2/11/17 Adult ________@ $ 25.00 $_____________ Ensemble 8 p.m. Active Military/Senior ________@ $ 20.00 $_____________ W&L Faculty & Staff ________@ $ 15.00 $_____________ Non-W&L Student ________@ $ 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: wlu.edu/lenfest-center For Box Office information: Call 540.458.8000.

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