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  • Christina Smith, flute and Robert Henry, piano

    March 14, 2018, 8:00 pm
    Morgan Concert Hall

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    KSU faculty recital featuring Artist-in-Residence in Flute and Part-Time Professor of Music, Christina Smith and Assistant Professor of Piano and Coordinator of Piano Studies, Dr. Robert Henry. This performance is non-ticketed and admission is free of charge. Watch live online at musicKSU.com.

  • Jazz Ensemble I

    March 15, 2018, 8:00 pm
    Morgan Concert Hall

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    Performance featuring KSU Jazz Ensemble I led by Sam Skelton, Director of Jazz Studies and Senior Lecturer of Saxophone. Tickets for this performance are $12-15. Watch live online at musicKSU.com.

  • Tabla Master Zakir Hussain with Rakesh Chaurasia, bansuri

    March 17, 2018, 8:00 pm
    Morgan Concert Hall

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    This very special performance features Zakir Hussain, tabla virtuoso and internationally acclaimed percussionist and world musician, with bansuri player Rakesh Chaurasia. Zakir Hussain is appreciated both in the field of percussion and in the music world at large as an international phenomenon and one of the greatest musicians of our time. Widely considered a chief architect of the contemporary world music movement, Zakir’s contribution to world music has been unique with many significant collaborations, recordings, and performances featuring a vast array of diverse and notable artists. Presented as part of KSU's Year of India, this event is a collaboration between the KSU School of Music and KSU's Division of Global Affairs. Tickets for this performance are $28-55. Watch live online at musicKSU.com.

  • KSU Opera Theater presents Dido and Aeneas (Friday)

    March 23, 2018, 8:00 pm
    Morgan Concert Hall

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    Kennesaw State University Opera Theater presents Dido and Aeneas, the intensely dramatic mythological opera composed by England’s great Baroque musical genius Henry Purcell with libretto by Nahum Tate. Purcell’s timeless story of love and tragedy has been set in 1950’s Latin America to add a poignant and relatable perspective to the characters’ experiences. After a conflicted beginning, the great monarch, Dido, finally gives in to her love for the captivating General Aeneas only to be undone by a charismatic revolutionary leader and his followers. Presented with a full orchestra and theatrical production, the opera’s tragic conclusion culminates in one of the most gripping arias ever written: “Dido’s Lament.” Tickets for this performance are $12-15. Watch live online at musicKSU.com.

  • KSU Opera Theater presents Dido and Aeneas (Saturday)

    March 24, 2018, 8:00 pm
    Morgan Concert Hall

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    Kennesaw State University Opera Theater presents Dido and Aeneas, the intensely dramatic mythological opera composed by England’s great Baroque musical genius Henry Purcell with libretto by Nahum Tate. Purcell’s timeless story of love and tragedy has been set in 1950’s Latin America to add a poignant and relatable perspective to the characters’ experiences. After a conflicted beginning, the great monarch, Dido, finally gives in to her love for the captivating General Aeneas only to be undone by a charismatic revolutionary leader and his followers. Presented with a full orchestra and theatrical production, the opera’s tragic conclusion culminates in one of the most gripping arias ever written: “Dido’s Lament.” Tickets for this performance are $12-15. Watch live online at musicKSU.com.

 

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