Arts Events Calendar

January 2018

Tues
1/9 thru

Sat 2/3

12-5 pm

Works on Paper: A Print Exhibition  (FREE)
Reception: 4:30-7 pm, Thurs 1/11
Gallery Talk: 6 pm, Thurs 1/11

A unique exhibition curated by IU South Bend’s Gallery Director Josh Miller and IU South Bend alumnus Andrew Avara, BFA Fine Arts (printmaking) ’08, will open January 9. Works on Paper: A Print Exhibition is centered around the art of printmaking, and will feature the works of 41 local and international artists.

Art Gallery

Mon
1/11
7 pm

Performing Media Festival [PMF~] ($9-$12)
Experience the incredible sights and sounds of the IU South Bend Audio Visual Collective, a student and faculty group represented by the Departments of New Media Studies and Music.

Addicott/Joshi Performance Hall

Fri

1/19

7 pm

Faculty Quartet ($13-$15)

Come listen as members of the Euclid Quartet perform with Senior Lecturer in Piano Ketevan Badridze. The concert will feature two Piano Quartets: Mozart's Piano Quartet in G Minor, K.478 and Schumann's Piano Quartet in Eb Major, Op. 47.

Addicott/Joshi Performance Hall

Fri

1/26

7 pm

Martin Family Fellowship Residency: Tanya Gabrielian (FREE) 

An advocate for inspiring new generations of musicians, acclaimed pianist Tanya Gabrielian performs this free concert as the fifth of six candidates for the Martin Endowed Professor in Piano position.

Addicott/Joshi Performance Hall

Mon

1/29

5 pm

Arts Lecture Series:
Mayor Pete Buttigieg (FREE)

Department of Communication Studies guest, Mayor Pete Buttigieg is the chief executive of the City of South Bend. Buttigieg was named national Mayor of the Year by govfresh.com, and was one of the final politicians to compete in the DNC chair race in 2017.

Louise E. Addicott and Yatish J. Joshi Performance Hall

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February 2018

Fri

2/2

7 pm

Ketevan Badridze ($13-$15)

Senior Lecturer in Piano Ketevan Badridze performs a spellbinding evening of music for solo piano.

Addicott/Joshi Performance Hall

Fri

2/9

Martin Family Fellowship Piano Residency: Victoria Kogan (FREE)

Gifted Performer Victoria Kogan rounds out the candidates for Martin Endowed Professor in Piano position with a free concert.

Addicott/Joshi Performance Hall

Sat

2/10
11:30 am
&
1 pm

Michele’s Little Hearts Theatre:
A Peter Rabbit Tale
 ($5)

Bring the kids and join the IU South Bend Theatre and Dance Company as we celebrate 55 years of children’s theatre at IU South Bend with this classic musical tale of the adventures of a mischievous bunny. As always, all ticket sales from Michele’s Little Hearts Theatre benefit theatre and dance scholarships. 

Campus Auditorium

Tues
2/13
7 pm

Euclid Quartet ($13-$15)

Enjoy one of the most well-known chamber ensembles of this era, with programs pairing traditional repertoire with lighter, shorter works.

Addicott/Joshi Performance Hall

Wed

2/14

7 pm

Love is in the Air ($5-$7)

Bring your sweetheart for an evening of music performed by the extraordinary students of the IU South Bend vocal studios.

Addicott/Joshi Performance Hall

Fri

2/16

7 pm

Duo Laelia ($9-$12)

Featuring works for piccolo/flute and piano, this program celebrates contemporary composers of Spanish and Latin American Descent, including Awilda Villarini, Gabriela Ortiz, Jorge Muñiz, and Gabriela Frank. Inspired by birds, dance rhythms, Peruvian photography, and the legacies of J.S. Bach and Francis Poulenc, this program brings a full spectrum of color and vibrancy in contemporary flute music.

Addicott/Joshi Performance Hall

Mon
2/19 thru

Sat 3/24

12-5 pm

Student/Alumni Exhibition (FREE)

Reception: 4:30-7 pm, Thurs 2/23
Gallery Talk: 6 pm, Thurs 2/23

View the variety of mediums and perspectives as our current and former students exhibit their work side by side.

Art Gallery

Fri
2/23

7:30 pm

Dance Lecture/Demonstration ($5-$7)

Join IU South Bend Theatre and Dance Company students and faculty for a lecture and demonstration of a variety of dance techniques and styles.

Campus Auditorium

Sat
2/24

7 pm

Lift Every Voice ($5-$7)

Celebrate Black History Month at this annual concert featuring the South Bend Symphonic Choir, under the direction of Marvin Curtis, the dean of the Ernestine M. Raclin School of the Arts.

Addicott/Joshi Performance Hall

Wed

2/28

7 pm

Arts Lecture Series:
Richard Khleif (FREE)

Department of Communication Studies guest, Richard Khleif has more than two decades of public and private sector experience spanning leadership roles in communications, strategy, education, sales, services, and operations.

Louise E. Addicott and Yatish J. Joshi Performance Hall

March 2018

Sun
3/4

4 pm

IU South Bend Gospel Choir ($5-$7)

Let the spirit of the gospel choir move you with their performance of traditional and inspirational gospel music under the direction of Emorja Roberson

Addicott/Joshi Performance Hall

Fri
3/9

7 pm

Musica Speculativa 

This event, which was printed in the physical calendar, has been indefinitely postponed.

Postponed Indefinitely

Sun
3/11

2:30 pm

Stickley Competition Winners’ Recital (FREE)

The winners of the 22 Annual Hartman Stickley Memorial Piano Competition, sponsored by the South Bend Area Music Teachers Association, share the stage in a final performance.

Addicott/Joshi Performance Hall

Thurs
3/22

7 pm

IU South Bend Jazz Ensemble ($9-$12)

Feel the electricity as this outstanding student and community jazz band brings contemporary and big band tunes to our stage.

Addicott/Joshi Performance Hall

Sun

3/25

7 pm

June H. Edwards Chamber Music Program Recital   (FREE)

Student chamber ensembles created through the South Bend Youth Symphony Orchestras will present their annual recital. 

Addicott/Joshi Performance Hall

Thurs

3/28

7 pm

Euclid Quartet String Studio ($5-$7)

Students of the Euclid Quartet present solo and small ensemble performances in their spring recital.

Addicott/Joshi Performance Hall

Thurs
3/29

7 pm

Brendan Shea ($9-$12)

Euclid Quartet violinist performs the Bach violin sonatas nos. 1, 2, and 3 in this solo concert.

Addicott/Joshi Performance Hall

Fri

3/30

7 pm

Ensemble Concept/21 ($9-$12) 

Presenting New Voices in Michiana, EC/21 will feature new works by composers from IU South Bend and EC/21’s partner institution, Columbia College. 

Addicott/Joshi Performance Hall

April 2018

Mon
4/2 thru

Sat 4/14

12-5 pm

BFA Student Exhibition II (FREE)

Reception: 4:30-7 pm, Thurs 4/5
Gallery Talk: 6 pm, Thurs 4/5

View the capstone exhibition of our fine arts and new media students.

 

Art Gallery

Thurs

4/5
7 pm

IU South Bend Choral Union ($5-$7)

Joshua Boggs directs this talented student ensemble in their spring performance.

Addicott/Joshi Performance Hall

Fri

4/6

7 pm

Piano Fellowship Recital ($9-$12)

Enjoy a performance by recipients of piano fellowships from The Martin Foundation and the Rex and Alice Martin Foundation.

Addicott/Joshi Performance Hall

Wed
4/11

7 pm

IU South Bend Wind Ensemble and Twin Cities Concert Band  ($5-$7)

Sharing the stage in their final concert of the season, Ken Douglas directs this student-based concert band.

Campus Auditorium

Thurs
4/12 thru

Sat
4/14 and

Thurs
4/19 thru

Sat
4/21
7 pm

&

Sun
4/15 and

4/22

2 pm

Bare ($13-$15)

A pulsing, electric, contemporary rock musical, Bare follows a group of students at a Catholic boarding school as they grapple with issues of sexuality, identity, and the future.

Upstage Theater

Tues
4/17

7 pm

Euclid Quartet ($13-$15)

Playing Haydn’s String Quartet op.76 and Grieg’s String Quartet no.1 in G Minor, op. 27, the Euclid Quartet performs their final concert of the season.

Addicott/Joshi Performance Hall

Mon
4/2 thru

Sat 4/14

12-5 pm

BFA Student Exhibition III (FREE)

Reception: 4:30-7 pm, Thurs 4/26
Gallery Talk: 6 pm, Thurs 4/26

View the capstone exhibition of our fine arts and new media students.

Art Gallery

Tues
4/24
7 pm

IU South Bend Philharmonic ($5-$7)

Featuring the winner of the 2017 Concerto Competition as a guest artist under the baton of Jameson Cooper.

Campus Auditorium