Events

We hope you join us for an upcoming event at the McGlothlin Center for the Arts!

Performances

Upcoming Events:

  • Good Morning, Midnight

    Feb29
    7:30pm

    Dr. Jessica Spafford, soprano, and Dr. Lisa Withers, pianist, take the stage for their third collaboration. The content of “Good Morning, Midnight,” is nuanced and complex. In some cases, the featured works are famous coloratura displays, such as Mozart’s “Queen of the Night” aria, while other moments will feature deeply personal explorations of one’s existence, as in Previn’s and other composers’ settings of poetry by Emily Dickinson. Join them for a beautiful evening of both subtlety and flare – neither morning nor midnight!

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  • CANCELED: Quintasonic Brass

    Mar13
    7:30pm

    Quintasonic Brass is a touring brass quintet made up of professional brass players from around the United States. The group’s mission is to promote chamber music for brass instruments through creative programming, recording projects, promoting new works and educational outreach. Its members include Vince DiMartino, international soloist; Jason Dovel of the University of Kentucky; Matthew Haislip of Mississippi State University; Alex Van Duuren of the University of Tennessee; and Alex Lapins of the University of Tennessee. The group’s diverse repertoire spans from the Renaissance to the contemporary. The E&H Faculty Brass will be performing as well.Quintasonic Brass

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  • A Musical Conversation: The Art of the Piano Trio

    Mar17
    3:00pm

    The piano trio (Lisa Withers, piano; Carol Chung, violin; Nate Leyland, cello), an essential chamber music form, evolved from the Baroque trio sonata. This concert showcases two masterworks: Schubert’s Piano Trio in E flat Major, Op. 100/D. 929, and Ravel’s Piano Trio in A minor (1914). Experience a captivating evening of melodies, vibrant sound colors and musical dialogue.

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  • Built on Shadows

    Apr4
    7:30pm

    A dance performance intertwines with theatrical scenes inspired by Shakespeare’s MacBeth. Emily Scott Robinson’s concept album, “Built on Bones,” provides the music for the dance, accompanied by excerpts from MacBeth and other texts. Released in 2022, “Built on Bones” reimagines the witches as healers, seers and magic makers. In this performance art, we celebrate their magic and power amidst attacks on community identities and rights.

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  • Built on Shadows

    Apr5
    7:30pm

    A dance performance intertwines with theatrical scenes inspired by Shakespeare’s MacBeth. Emily Scott Robinson’s concept album, “Built on Bones,” provides the music for the dance, accompanied by excerpts from MacBeth and other texts. Released in 2022, “Built on Bones” reimagines the witches as healers, seers and magic makers. In this performance art, we celebrate their magic and power amidst attacks on community identities and rights.

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  • Built on Shadows

    Apr6
    7:30pm

    A dance performance intertwines with theatrical scenes inspired by Shakespeare’s MacBeth. Emily Scott Robinson’s concept album, “Built on Bones,” provides the music for the dance, accompanied by excerpts from MacBeth and other texts. Released in 2022, “Built on Bones” reimagines the witches as healers, seers and magic makers. In this performance art, we celebrate their magic and power amidst attacks on community identities and rights.

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  • Built on Shadows

    Apr7
    2:00pm

    A dance performance intertwines with theatrical scenes inspired by Shakespeare’s MacBeth. Emily Scott Robinson’s concept album, “Built on Bones,” provides the music for the dance, accompanied by excerpts from MacBeth and other texts. Released in 2022, “Built on Bones” reimagines the witches as healers, seers and magic makers. In this performance art, we celebrate their magic and power amidst attacks on community identities and rights.

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  • Mike Farris in Concert

    Apr7
    2:00pm - 4:00pm

    Grammy, Americana and Dove Music Award Winner MIKE FARRIS performs to benefit The Sanctuary, a program of Hands & Feet Ministry. Local artist Daniel Davis is the opening act.

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Art Gallery

Upcoming Events:

  • Beatrix Ost & Michelle Gagliano Gallery Exhibition

    Mar2
    12:00pm - 5:00pm

    In the midst of a pandemic, artists Michelle Gagliano and Beatrix Ost embark on a collaborative journey. They are inspired by each other’s narratives and engage in a “call and response” akin to jazz music. Their collaboration yields multiple works, combining various materials, such as oil paint, pigments, solvents and gessoes. The artists consciously address the scarcity of female artist collaborations in recent decades and eagerly engage in a “conversation” through the shared canvas and their individual pieces. Ost’s profound worlds exploring the human condition intersect with Gagliano’s abstracted landscapes evoking a sense of place and displacement. Together their narratives forge a path where abstract meets surrealism, fostering a connection on the canvas.

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  • Arttalk: E&H Art Department Student Exhibition

    Mar18
    7:30pm

    Visual art students at Emory & Henry display a rare creative and entrepreneurial spirit that starts with a unique hands-on approach to learning from award-winning E&H faculty members. This expertise carries on long after graduation and into the professional world.

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  • E&H Art Department Student Exhibition

    Apr4
    12:00pm - 5:00pm

    Visual art students at Emory & Henry display a rare creative and entrepreneurial spirit that starts with a unique hands-on approach to learning from award-winning E&H faculty members. This expertise carries on long after graduation and into the professional world.

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