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The concert Piano Series brings acclaimed pianists from around to world to the Dixon Hall stage. February 25 features Volodymyr Vynnytsky.


The concert Piano Series brings acclaimed pianists from around to world to the Dixon Hall stage. January 30 features the reknowned Sung Chang.


Sung Chang was born in Seoul, Korea, and began playing the piano at the age of three. At age five, he gave his debut concert and became the youngest winner of the Nagoya International Piano Competition in Japan, where he also received the Chamber Music and Japan Expo special prizes.

Amy Elkins is a visual artist primarily working in photography whose work explores the multifaceted nature of masculine identity as well as the psychological and sociological impacts of incarceration.  Her approach is series-based, steeped in research and oscillates between formal, conceptual and documentary.

Exhibition of new work by Adam Crosson, Assistant Professor of Sculpture, Newcomb Art Department.

Opening reception for an exhibition of new work by Adam Crosson, entitled if at all.

After working together for years as ensemble players in NYC's new music scene, Bill Solomon and David Friend have joined forces to create a new project. Bent Duo explores the existing percussion and piano duo repertoire, and commissions new works that exploit the sonic and performative potential of this pairing.

Recent compositions written for Bent Duo by graduate composers Zach Pine and Stephen Montalvo, and composers Casey Anderson, Scott Wollschleger, and Sarah Hennies Free and Open to the Public.

featuring works by

Cole Porter, Johnny Mercer, Jerome Kern, George & Ira Gershwin, Rodgers & Hart

and many more!

featuring works by

Cole Porter Johnny Mercer Jerome Kern George & Ira Gershwin Rodgers & Hart

and many more!

  • What: Haydn’s “The Creation,” the monumental choral/orchestral masterwork about the Biblical account of the creation of the world
  • Who:
    • Tulane-Newcomb Choir
    • C. Leonard Raybon, Conducting
    • Rachel Looney, Kameron Lopreore, Frank Convit, Solists
    • James Kelley, Keyboardist
    • 27 members of the LPO
  • When: December 3, 7:00 PM
  • Where: Dixon Hall, Tulane
  • How: With an incredible amount of heart and hard work
  • Why: Because everyone needs to hear this masterpiece live at least one time 

Tulane University Orchestra performs the works of Bizet, Donizetti and more. Featuring violinist Hannah Yim.