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Geller Jazz Series: SUBA Trio — Omar Sosa & Seckou Keita, featuring Gustavo Ovalles

A unique fusion, SUBA is a collaboration of Cuban-born jazz piano virtuoso Omar Sosa and Senegalese kora (21-string harp lute) master Seckou Keita that brilliantly embraces jazz, Latin and African influences, and reflects the close and compassionate listening of artists engaged in a captivating musical conversation.

Sponsored by: Department of Visual & Performing Arts

Exhibition: Studio Art Thesis Show

Come to the Schiltkamp Gallery for the opening reception to celebrate artwork from the Studio Art Thesis Class of 2023.

Sponsored by: Department of Visual & Performing Arts
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Tabula Rasa: An Evening of Dance, Music, Theatre & Poetry

Michelson Theater, Little Center

An interdisciplinary evening of art, featuring student dancers, guest performers, gallery art, music, and more. There will be two performances — 3 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.  $5 for the public, […]

Sponsored by: Department of Visual & Performing Arts

Student Film Screening on Worcester Common

Worcester Common Oval 455 Main Street, Worcester, MA

“Long Play,” a film written by Liv Wilde ’23 and directed by Gyani Pradhan Wong Ah Sui ’24, will be screened during the City of Worcester’s Movies on the Common.

Sponsored by: Department of Visual & Performing Arts

Geller Jazz Nightclub: A Joyful Jazz Ode to Africa

The Grind, Higgins University Center 950 Main Street, Worcester, United States

The Geller Jazz Nightclub will feature acclaimed guitarist Albino Mbie and his quintet with “A Joyful Jazz Ode to Africa.”

Sponsored by: Department of Visual & Performing Arts

Jazz Biographies: Shadows of Blue

Razzo Hall, Traina Center for the Arts 92 Downing St., Worcester, MA, United States

Jerry Sabatini, director of Clark’s Jazz Ensembles, will be joined by his band to perform Miles Davis’ seminal album, “Kind of Blue.” This free concert is open to the public.

Sponsored by: Department of Visual & Performing Arts

Jazz Biographies: The New Immigrant Experience

Razzo Hall, Traina Center for the Arts 92 Downing Street, Worcester, MA, United States

Saxophonist Felipe Salles presents his ground breaking album project inspired by the lives of Dreamers.

Sponsored by: Department of Visual & Performing Arts

Continuum: Fall Performing Arts Concert

Michelson Theater, Little Center

Students, faculty and guest artists will present two performances — 7 and 9 p.m. — of dance, music, and theater.

Sponsored by: Department of Visual & Performing Arts

Celebrate Movement with Dance Workshops

Little Center, room 202 (dance studio)

The Visual and Performing Arts Department and the Higgins School of Humanities present a week of dance workshops — ballet, hip hop, and flexn — as part of the Higgins Spring 2024 symposium, “Movement.”

Sponsored by: Department of Visual & Performing Arts