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Russian Folk Orchestra presents memorable performance

Russian Folk Orchestra presents memorable performance

University of Wisconsin Russian Folk Orchestra onstage in the Lawrence Memorial Chapel. Photo by Taylor Blackson. During the afternoon on Saturday, April 29, Lawrence Memorial Chapel was seemingly transported to a different country as the University of Wisconsin Russian Folk Orchestra performed. The orchestra was conducted by its Music Director and Founder, Victor Gorodinsky and

Alumnus presents interdisciplinary research

To promote interdisciplinary research and healing, Zabdiel Ek-Vazquez ‘16 presented his research on the biopsychological effects of racism in a lecture called “Healing the Brown Body: Biosychological Traces of Racism” hosted by NeuroLawrence on Friday, April 7 from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. in the Warch Campus Center Cinema. There was also a workshop held

Dance Series presents “Another”

Dancers perform in “Another” as a part of Lawrence’s 2016-2017 Dance Series. Photo by Angelica Hurtado   “Another,” part of Lawrence’s 2016-2017 Dance Series, is a multi-disciplinary performance exploring the relationship between dance and improvised music composition, directed by Milwaukee-based performance artists Dawn Springer and Jon Mueller, who are interested in reimagining older performance styles

Panel presents documentary on performance anxiety

On Thursday, Jan. 5, the Warch Campus Center Cinema displayed “Composed,” a documentary by John Beder. The film showcased the realities of performance anxiety for classical musicians and was sponsored by visiting chamber collective Decoda, the Athletic and Conservatory Engagement Committee (ACE) and Lawrence’s chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota (SAI). The content can easily be

Trumpet recital presents “mostly French” program

On Sunday, Sept. 25, Associate Professor of Music and Teacher of Trumpet John Daniel took the Lawrence Memorial Chapel stage with collaborative pianist Nick Towns to a flurry of applause. Immediately, Daniel began to speak about the “mostly French” program. While at one point Daniel’s faculty recital was to be filled with music by all