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Area Arts Events: 11-15-13 PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 15 November 2013 11:28
Zin strings at St. Tim's
PERRYSBURG - The Zin Quartet joined by guest violist Timothy Zeithamel will perform a St. Tim's Discovers concert Sunday at 2 p.m., at St. Timothy's Episcopal Church, 871 E. Boundary.
Members of the Zin Quartet are violinists Merwin Siu and Cheryl Trace, violist Jennifer Burns, and cellist Renee Goubeaux. All four are members of the Toledo Symphony Orchestra as is Zeithamel.
The free 45-minute program will feature performances of the tring Quintet in E-flat Major by W.A. Mozart and the String Quintet in G Major, by Johannes Brahms.
BGSU musicians staging community concerts PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 14 November 2013 11:36
Graduates students from Bowling Green State University's College of Musical Arts are fanning out into the community to present concerts.
The events are part of a professional development class taught by Andrew Pelletier.
Concerts scheduled are:
• Music for woodwinds performed by  Jory King, Jayde Weide, and Caitlin Phillips on flute and Eric Salazar on clarinet Saturday at 2 p.m. at The Happy Badger in downtown Bowling Green. On the program will be: Flute Trio by Alexander Tcherepnine; Duos for Flute and Clarinet  by Robert Muczynski;  Choros No. 2 by Heitor Villa-Lobos; Divertissement by Friedrich Kuhlau; Charanga by Michael Colquhaun; and Three Pieces for Clarinet by Igor Stravinsky.
King noted: "The program is, by design, more modern than the usual. The pieces are more readily understandable by the audience because they are based on rhythms they have, more than likely, encountered in popular music such as rock or jazz. The hope of our concert was to bring classical music to an audience that doesn't usually hear it."
Area Arts Events: 11-14-13 PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 14 November 2013 10:18
Perrysburg Symphony Chorale to sing short Baroque works
PERRYSBURG - The Perrysburg Symphony Chorale will present Shorter Baroque Masterworks Friday  at 7 p.m., at Trinity Episcopal Church, the corner of Adams and St. Clair, in downtown Toledo and Sunday, at 2  p.m. at First United Methodist Church, 200 West Second St., Perrysburg.
Tickets are $10 and $8 for students and seniors.
Two Perrysburg High School students, Macie Downs and Michael Gerber, in Dietrich Buxtehude's "Rejoice, Earth and Heaven" cantata. Both been active in the Perrysburg High School choirs and theater as well as with the chorale.  
For theater lover it would be a sin to miss 'Liar' at BGSU PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 14 November 2013 11:14
Dorante, played by Evan Crawford (left), watches as Clarice, played by Kirby Minor, walks away during the dress rehearsal of "The Liar" Tuesday night in the Wolfe Center at BGSU. (Photos: Shane Hughes/Sentinel-Tribune)
If indeed it is a sin to tell a lie then the latest offering from the Department of Theatre is a sinfully delightful affair.
"The Liar" is contemporary playwright's version of the 17th century French farce by Pierre Cornielle. "The Liar," directed by Cynthia Stroud, is on stage in the Eva Marie Saint Theatre in the Wolfe Center for the Arts starting tonight and running weekends through Nov. 23.
Not a straight translation, but not a thorough reimagining either, Ives layers language conventions one on another. The language is at once lush and a shade archaic in tribute to the original French yet with veins of contemporary slang, all in iambic pentameter. The verse sets up comic bursts of rhyme, and in the spirit of the production, characters will often compliment each other on their especially inspired turns of phrase. 
Last Updated on Thursday, 14 November 2013 11:50
Exhibit showcases Bard-inspired art PDF Print E-mail
Written by DAVID DUPONT Sentinel Arts & Entertainment Editor   
Wednesday, 13 November 2013 11:15
Preston Jackson’s “Inside the Cauldron” stills in the middle of the Willard Wankelman Gallery on the campus of Bowling Green State University. The cast bronze sculpture is part of the exhibit “As They Like It: Chicago Artists Interpret Shakespeare.” (Photo: J.D. Pooley/Sentinel-Tribune)
Art inspired by the plays of William Shakespeare now on display on campus demonstrate the range of reaction to the Bard's work.
The exhibit "As They Like It," showcasing Chicago artists' interpretations of Shakespeare, is on display  in the Willard Wankelman Gallery of the Fine Arts Center. Bowling Green graduate Anne Farley Gaines curated the show with assistance from Maureen Warren and Robert Kameczura.
The exhibit includes the work of 46 artists. The works include a range of media from drawings to cast bronze sculptures.
One of the first pieces a viewer encounters is "Pulse Axis" a tribute to the armor worn by so many of Shakespeare's warriors. Created from zippers and other found objects it connects the everyday world to Shakespeare's world.
Carla Winterbottom uses paint, vintage wallpaper, stencils and a pinhole photo to evoke the wondrous world of "The Tempest."
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