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Senior Recital – Shira Kaplan

Monday, April 29, 2019

7:30 PM

Dixon Annex Recital Hall

 

Senior Recital – Tessa O’Connell

Mr. Bluesman’s Magic Trumpet: a contemporary musical for children

Sunday, April 28, 2019

2:00 PM

Dixon Annex Recital Hall

May 12-18, 2019 The selected candidates for the 2019-2020 cohort of the Community Engagement Advocates program will participate in intensive training.

Each day will include breakfast, lunch, and dinner.  

Please complete the registration form to give us information we need to optimize meal planning and designing a fulfilling training experience.  

Come celebrate the graduating Seniors and welcome in the newest members of CPS Student leadership programs! 

Enjoy food from Rum House, great music, and community. 

The Geechee Seminoles: Gullah Geechee Ingredients in Jazz

Bassist Melvin Gibbs and percussionist David Pleasant, known as the Geechee Seminoles, will give two events on campus on April 23, 2019 on the Gullah Geechee musical elements in jazz and popular music. The Gullah Geechee nation is an Afro-diasporic community from the sea islands near the coast of Georgia and South Carolina.

The Geechee Seminoles: Gullah Geechee Ingredients in Jazz

Bassist Melvin Gibbs and percussionist David Pleasant, known as the Geechee Seminoles, will give two events on campus on April 23, 2019 on the Gullah Geechee musical elements in jazz and popular music. The Gullah Geechee nation is an Afro-diasporic community from the sea islands near the coast of Georgia and South Carolina.

Come visit this interactive student showcase held by upperclassmen from Arts for Social Impact, a class based in the Taylor Center for Design Thinking and Social Innovation. There will be a variety of different projects on display, each representing a unique intersection between arts and society. Paint a rain barrel, participate in a multimedia art show, and browse the beautiful art pieces on display. There will be free food and coffee!

The Tulane-Newcomb Choir presents

That's what she said: a snapshot of women in choral music

featuring settings of the work of Sarah Teasdale and Anne Bradstreet, and compositions by Fanny  Mendelssohn Hensel, Gwyneth Walker, Chen Yi, and Hildegard von Bingen.

End of year celebration

After you have made it through the first day of classes we invite you to come out and get to know the O Peer Mentors before the Matching Ceremony. This will be a great opportunity to engage with the mentors, grab some food, and get to know other first year students before you are officially matched with your mentor for the fall semester.

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