Jordan College of the Arts Fall 2020

Jordan College of the Arts Fall 2020

Jordan College of the Arts at Butler University produces and presents a wide variety of events from experimental music showcases, ballet classics, and colorful plays. This playlist encapsulates all available events presented by Jordan College of the Arts during their 2020 Fall Semester.

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Jordan College of the Arts Fall 2020
  • Adrian Daeger, voice

    Recorded on September 18, 2020

    Program:

    “L’Invito” from Les soirées musicales (1830–1835) - Gioacchino Rossini

    Trois Chansons de Bilitis (1897) - Claude Debussy

    I “La flute de Pan”
    II “La Chevelure”
    III “Le tombeau des Naïades”

    Selected Songs - Richard Strauss

    “Ständchen” (1886)
    “Ich sehe w...

  • David Murray

    Recorded on September 8, 2020

    David Murray, contrabass, and Catherine Bringerud, piano, will present a faculty recital at Butler University on Tuesday, September 8 at 7:30 pm (Eastern Time). The program will include Beethoven’s Sonata in A, op. 69; the first Cello Concerto by Saint-Saens; and a ...

  • Tony Kniffen

    Recorded on October 6, 2020

    Anthony Kniffen, Instructor of Tuba at Butler University and Principal Tuba with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, will perform standard solo works for the tuba. This COVID-influenced program will include primarily works optimizing social distancing; in other words...

  • Monument(al) Crisis

    People have the desire to commemorate the past, as we monumentalize specific historical figures and events. On this Columbus Day / Indigenous Peoples' Day and in the ongoing movement of Black Lives Matter, this webinar invites two leading scholars to share their critical perspectives about these ...

  • Museums Are Not Neutral

    Museums Are Not Neutral is a global-advocacy initiative to expose the myth of museum neutrality and demand equity-based transformation across institutions. This webinar aims to critically examine challenges and proactively propose strategies for museums today to bring people together and call for...