The College of the Arts Season Schedule

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MSU Wind Symphony

March 22nd

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Join the MSU Wind Symphony and North Arlington High School Wind Ensemble for an evening of music making which will feature the winner of the 2018-2019 MSU Wind Symphony Concerto Competition.

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MSU Symphony Orchestra

March 24th

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Performing Mozart’s Overture to The Magic Flute; Tchaikovsky’s Romeo and Juliet Fantasy Overture; and Mahler’s Symphony No. 1, D major (Titan).

Department of Theatre and Dance

Dance Collage

March 28th - March 31st

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Montclair State dance majors bring their own fresh and innovative choreography to the stage in this performance that also features works by dance faculty members Jessica DiMauro Marks and Nancy Lushington.

Department of Theatre and Dance

Orlando

April 11th - April 14th

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A man named Orlando lives life to the fullest through three centuries, and, after a long sleep, becomes a woman. A romp through the ages, a
meditation on time, gender, and sexuality, Woolf’s Orlando was called the “longest and most charming love letter in literature.”

Department of Theatre and Dance

Danceworks

April 25th - April 28th

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This dance concert reprises two works honored with performances at the Kennedy Center as part of the National American College Dance
Festival. Sara Hook’s abstract and deeply moving To Seldom Spire is set to Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto in E Minor, Opus 64, and Fredrick Earl Mosley’s Oh My Love is a romantic suite inspired by classic torch songs sung by Cyndi Lauper. The concert also features work by dance faculty, including Kathleen Kelley and Maxine Steinman.

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MSU Symphonic Band and MSU Campus Band

April 30th

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The MSU Symphonic Band and MSU Campus Band present an entertaining evening of music making.

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MSU Symphony Orchestra

May 1st

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Performing Barber’s Overture to The School for Scandal; Elgar’s Concerto for Cello with 2018 concerto competition winner Kevin Maa; Schumann’s Concert Piece for 4 Horns & Orchestra with members of the Cali School horn faculty Michelle Baker, Kyle Hoyt, Jeff Scott and a featured student; and Stravinsky’s The Firebird Suite (1919 version)

World Premiere | Theatre and Dance New Works Initiative

Daughters of the Rebellion

May 2nd - 5th

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Even though Katya and Fanya are sisters raised in the same rich and aristocratic home, their experiences are worlds apart. Their country
sits on the cusp of a revolution, and the sisters take separate paths to fight for its future. With the odds against them, both make drastic choices that will forever change their relationship. The fate of their beloved country is in their hands.

Department of Theatre and Dance

Lysistrata

May 2nd - May 5th

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Lysistrata is original anti-war sex comedy. The women of Greece, led by the fierce Lysistrata, conspire to shut their legs in order to open their husbands’ hearts and put an end to the cycle of war.

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MSU Wind Symphony

May 3rd

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The MSU Wind Symphony presents its final on-campus concert of the year with music from Pulitzer Prize winning composer Karel Husa and many others.

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MSU Singers and MSU Chorale

May 4th

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The MSU Singers will perform works from the classical and contemporary choral repertoire. The MSU Chorale will perform Dona Nobis Pacem by Ralph Vaughan Williams. Soloists: Karen Driscoll, Soprano; John Hancock, Baritone; Steven W. Ryan, Piano, with guest instrumental artists (string orchestra and percussion). Commemorating the 100th anniversary of the end of WWI and celebrating the 200th birthday of America’s great lyric poet Walt Whitman with Vaughan Williams’ Cantata Dona Nobis Pacem – composed in 1936 and intended as a warning against the rising drums of war heard across Europe in the mid-1930’s.

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MSU Jazz Ensemble: Music of Andrew Jones

May 5th

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The MSU Jazz Ensemble welcomes you to a performance of the music of Toronto-based composer and arranger Andrew Jones. A graduate of the University of Toronto, Andrew is a member of the faculty of Cawthra Park Secondary School in Mississauga, and serves as director of the well-known Brampton Jazz Mechanics.