Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Douglas College's Fall Lineup of Arts Events

Arts at One
The popular The Arts at One series is held most Thursdays during the semester, starting at 1pm. This series features professional musicians and outstanding Douglas College music students. All performances are held in the Laura C. Muir Performing Arts Theatre. Admission is free
September 11
From Shanghai to Seville: Silk Road

Qui Xia He, Pipa; Andre Thibault, guitar, oud and percussion

September 18
Modern Day Troubadour: 21st Century Love Songs

Willaim George, tenor; Karen Lee Morlang, piano

September 25
Ready or Not: Music for Prepared and Unprepared Piano
Barrie Barrington

October 2
Asian Spring: The Vancouver Trio
Gene Ramsbottom, clarinet; Bo Peng, cello; Keiko Alexander, piano

October 9
An Opening for Light: The Music of Leslie Uyeda

Kathryn Cernauskas, flute; Rachel Iwaasa, piano
October 16
The Art of Drum

Robert Caldwell and Bruce Henczel

October 23
Baroque Gems: A Harpsichord Retrospective

Martha Brickman
October 30
Student Showcase


November 20
Student Showcase
November 27
Student Showcase
Lysistrata (Winter 2008 Production)Theatre & Stagecraft

November 7-15
The Early Girl*
by Caroline Kava
Studio Theatre
4140 - 700 Royal Avenue
November 14-22
When You Comin' Back Red Ryder?*
by Mark Medoff
Laura C. Muir Performing Arts Theatre
4100 - 700 Royal Avenue
For more information about these productions call 604-527-5723. To purchase tickets call the Massey Ticket Centre at 604-521-5050. Tickets will be available by mid-September.
Unless otherwise posted, performances are 7:30pm nightly with no show on Sunday or Monday evenings. Saturday matinees are 2pm, weekday matinees are typically Monday afternoons at 1pm.
*These productions are not suitable for younger audiences.
MusicMusic Department
Concerts begin at 7:30pm in the Laura C. Muir Performing Arts Theatre. Admission to all Music Department concerts this fall is Free.For more information call 604-527-5723
November 26
Douglas College Concert Band

November 28
Douglas College Chorus and Chorale

November 29
Student Composition Concert
December 1
An Evening of Jazz
Douglas College Dues Band
Douglas College Night Band
Past Desolation Sound by Marcus Bowcott
Past Desolation Sound by Marcus Bowcott
Amelia Douglas Gallery
The Amelia Douglas Gallery features new and established BC artists. The Gallery is located adjacent to the Laura C. Muir Performing Arts Theatre, Fourth Floor North, New Westminster Campus

August 14-September 18
Greenlinks '08: The Green Beyond
Featuring works by Phyllis
Greenwood
Co-presented with the Douglas College Institute of Urban Ecology
Reception September 4, 4:30-7:30pm
September 25-October 24

Past Desolation Sound
Works by Marcus Bowcott
Opening Reception September 25, 4:30-7:30pm
November 13-December 18

The Human Canvas
Tattoo Photography by Ron Long
Opening Reception November 13, 4:30-7:30
Gallery Hours

Monday - Friday 10am-7:30pm
Saturday 11am-4pm
Sunday Closed
Admission is always free
Choral Society 25th Anniversary!
First established in 1983, the Douglas College Choral Society has established a tradition of presenting great works of classical music. This concert is the first of several special performances marking the choir's quarter-century of excellence.
December 6
The Community Music School and
the Douglas College Choral Society present
The Douglas College Choral Society 25th Anniversary Christmas Concert
7:30pm, Laura C. Muir Performing Arts Theatre
For more information call 604-527-5469 or visit the Choral Society online.
Poet Catherine Owen (Literature Alive March 2008)Literature Alive
Throughout the year, the Literature Alive committee at Douglas College presents readings by a variety of Canadian writers. These readings are co-sponsored by the Canada Council for the Arts and are free and open to the public.
October 6
Novelist David Chariandy
2pm, Room 3406
New Westminster Campus

October 23
Poet Molly Peacock
6:30pm, Room TBA
David Lam Campus
For more information call 604-527-5723.

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