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  1. Music Collaboratory iPad Jam Celebrates Star Wars Day
    May the Fourth be with you, as iPad music performs on the plaza
  2. Freedom is Coming! The UMass Boston Choruses
    UMass Boston Chamber Singers and University Chorus present songs of freedom and opression from around the world
  3. Coolest Night on Campus Doubles Down—Jazz Night! May 5 & 6
    UMass Boston Jazz Ensembles take the stage, add a second performance
  4. JoJo’s Last Dance (As a UMass Boston Student)
    A graduating senior, and dance sensation, prepares for her last Spring Dance Concert before graduation
  5. The UJazz Boston Trio Celebrates International Jazz Day with Free Concert, Recording Project
    With a fusion of jazz, R & B, and soul, a world class trio born at UMass Boston lays down album
  6. Jazz Night!
    UMass Boston Jazz Ensembles take the stage for the coolest night on campus
  7. Jazz Night!
    UMass Boston Jazz Ensembles take the stage for the coolest night on campus
  8. Baroque Favorites for Voice and Flute
    The final night of the Faculty Concert Series, with Mary Oleskiewicz and Jessica Cooper
  9. The UMass Chamber Orchestra: The Sounds of Silence
    The UMass Chamber Orchestra celebrates the legacy of JFK, with premiere of David Patterson's "On the Legacy of 100 Days"
  10. The UJazz Boston Trio
    Three of UMass Boston's best Jazz students celebrate International Jazz Day with a special concert
  11. Duo Sonidos: Muse of Fire
    The 2017 Faculty Concert Series with UMass Faculty Adam Levin with William Knuth
  12. World of Guitar: Virtuoso Guitar Music from Six Continents
    UMass Boston faculty Peter Janson & Aaron Larget-Caplan take the Recital Hall stage
  13. Added Audition Night—Shakespeare’s Comedy of Errors
    An additional audition night has been added for the spring 2017 production.
  14. AUDITION - Theatre Arts, Comedy of Errors
    This is the second day of auditions for this William Shakespeare's Comedy of Errors, open to all UMass Boston students. Callbacks will be held Thursday, February 9.
  15. Bat Boy: The Musical Launches New University Hall Theatre, Opening Thursday
    Rock and roll, horror, comic musical explores prejudice through a half-bat, half-boy, made famous by the Weekly World News
  16. Bat Boy: The Musical
    The Fall Production of the UMass Boston Theatre Arts Program
  17. Bat Boy: The Musical
    The Fall Production of the UMass Boston Theatre Arts Program
  18. Bat Boy: The Musical
    The Fall Production of the UMass Boston Theatre Arts Program
  19. Bat Boy: The Musical
    The Fall Production of the UMass Boston Theatre Arts Program
  20. Bat Boy: The Musical
    The Fall Production of the UMass Boston Theatre Arts Program
  21. Bat Boy: The Musical
    The Fall Production of the UMass Boston Theatre Arts Program
  22. Audition: UMass Boston Chamber Orchestra
    Auditions for the inaugural concert in the newly completed University Hall Recital Hall
  23. Music Orientation & Auditions
    The Performing Arts Department welcomes new and returning music majors and minors
  24. Theatre Arts Orientation
    Performing Arts welcomes all Theatre Arts Majors
  25. Music of the Middle East
    A free concert of music from throughout the Middle East
  26. Spring Dance Concert a “show of shows,” May 6 & 7
    The Spring Dance Concert features includes a number of remarkable dancers appearing at UMass Boston as students for the last time
  27. Polaroid Stories Cast, Crew, Nominated for Kennedy Center Honors
    Nominations for acting, dramaturgy, design of spring Theatre Arts production
  28. Polaroid Stories—the Spring Theatre Arts Production
    Iizuka’s drama blends classical mythology and modern-day story telling with the visceral world of teenage runaways.
  29. Polaroid Stories—the Spring Theatre Arts Production
    Iizuka’s drama blends classical mythology and modern-day story telling with the visceral world of teenage runaways.
  30. Polaroid Stories—the Spring Theatre Arts Production
    Iizuka’s drama blends classical mythology and modern-day story telling with the visceral world of teenage runaways.
  31. Music Faculty Mary Oleskiewicz Plays Bach Sonatas in the Forbidden City
    UMass Boston's Mary Oleskiewicz, a world-class flautist, brings Bach Sonatas to one of China's premier venues
  32. Theatre Arts Presents ‘Polaroid Stories’
    The Department of Performing Arts presents Polaroid Stories by Naomi Iizuka, a play merging the gritty world of teen runaways with classic mythology, starting April 7 in the McCormack Theatre.
  33. UMass Boston Chamber Orchestra Auditions
    UMass Boston community members -- faculty, staff, students -- invited to audition
  34. Theatre Arts Announces “Polaroid Stories” Auditions, Open Call, and 2016-2017 Season
    Play merges Greek myth with stories of teenage runaways, and coming next fall, Bat Boy: The Musical
  35. Actor’s Info: Preparing for Polaroid Stories Auditions
    Professor Clifford Odle presents an information session for new actors contemplating auditioning for the spring theatre production.
  36. Beacons Showcase Musical Talents with Free Shows in December
    UMass Boston’s Performing Arts Department will host a number of free concerts, recitals, and performances this month showcasing the talent of students, faculty, and guest artists.
  37. Museum Opens Dec. 3, Explores How We Experience Art
    Tina Howe's play remains relevant as 38 characters interact with modern art, from awe to idiocy
  38. Theatre Auditions: Polaroid Stories by Naomi Iizuka
    Open auditions for the cast of Polaroid Stories by Naomi Iizuka.
  39. Saturday Night Jazz
    UMass Jazz Bands present a free evening of Jazz
  40. Winter Escape: Studio Piano Recital
    Students of Chaerin Kim, PhD, representing UMass Boston, Boston University and Eastern Nazarene College
  41. Open Auditions for Concerto Competition, Dec. 2 & 9
    Four winners will perform with the UMass Boston Chamber Orchestra at their Spring Concert.
  42. Bach’s Sonatas Performance with Mary Oleskiewicz, PhD, Andrus Madsen and Doug Kelley
    A free performance of Johann Sebastian Bach's flute sonatas and Well-Tempered Clavier
  43. Museum Rehearsals Underway, Outrageousness to Follow
    Michael Fennimore, directing Museum by Tina Howe, dives into rehearsals of a comedy with 18 actors playing 38 characters
  44. Performing Arts Alum Acting Steadily while Unsteady in “Shit-faced Shakespeare”
    Alum riding hit show, performing Shakespeare while intoxicated
  45. UMass Boston Chamber Orchestra Presents: “Truth, Lies and the Human Condition”
    Performing works by Mozart, E. Grieg, and Schubert
  46. Student Playwrights Festival Kicks Off Wednesday With Free Readings
    The Performing Arts Department kicks off its inaugural Student Playwrights Festival Wednesday with free staged readings of four plays written by UMass Boston students. Four fully-staged productions follow in March.