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M 9/18 Etiquette Dinner 5:00 PM Presidents Dining Room, Ticket Required ($15, Career Planning Office)

 

T 9/19 Thrasher Research Presentation 7:00 PM Hamlin Recital Hall, Ticket Required (SOT Box Office) “Virginia Minor and the Fourteenth Amendment” is about a Missouri woman who wanted to vote.  When the Fourteenth Amendment was passed with a definition of citizen that sounded like it included women, she tried to register to vote, but was turned away.  She sued the registrar, and the case went all the way to the Supreme Court.  The Supreme Court’s decision was surprising, and it influenced history and reform movements for decades to come.

 

T 9/26 NGU String Quartet Concert 7:00 PM Hamlin Recital Hall, Ticket Required (SOT Box Office) Featuring Haydn’s String Quartet Op. 33 No. 2 “The Joke,” Dvorak’s Terzetto for two violins and viola, and Shostakovich’s String Quartet No. 1. Quartet members are faculty from North Greenville University and Southern Wesleyan University –Leslie Warlick, violin, Alice Skaar, violin, Michael Weaver, viola, and Brenda Leonard, cello.

 

TH 9/28 The Importance Of Being Earnest 7:30 PM Billingsley Theatre, Ticket Required (SOT Box Office) This is a recipe for laughs.  Combine a splash of satire, mix of mirth, fold in the farce and cook over the conventions of culture.  See how many deceptions Algernon Moncrieff and John Worthing can bake up before their whole Victorian-era family figures the truth? (Approximately 120 minutes, complimentary student tickets available the Monday of that weeks performance)

 

F 9/29 The Importance Of Being Earnest 7:30 PM Billingsley Theatre, Ticket Required (SOT Box Office)

 

S 9/30 The Importance Of Being Earnest 7:30 PM Billingsley Theatre, Ticket Required (SOT Box Office)

 

T 10/3 Etiquette Dinner 5:00 PM Presidents Dining Room, Ticket Required ($15, Career Planning Office)

 

TH 10/5 The Importance Of Being Earnest 7:30 PM Billingsley Theatre, Ticket Required (SOT Box Office)

 

F 10/6 The Importance Of Being Earnest 7:30 PM Billingsley Theatre, Ticket Required (SOT Box Office)

 

S 10/7 The Importance Of Being Earnest 7:30 PM Billingsley Theatre, Ticket Required (SOT Box Office)

 

M 10/9 Concert Band 7:00 PM Turner Chapel, No Ticket Required (Please sign in at the event) Please join the NGU concert band for its first concert of the semester entitled "Movements", where we will perform selected movements from well known orchestral works transcribed for wind band.The program will feature "Jupiter", from Gustav Holst's monumental composition, The Planets, "March" from Paul Hindemith's extraordinary Symphonic Metamorphosis and the final movement of the Rimsky-Korsakov's magnificent work Scheherazade, arranged by Mark Hindsley.  

 

T 10/10 Alessandro Cesaro Recital 7:00 PM Hamlin Recital Hall, Ticket Required (SOT Box Office) "Chopin in Palma de Mallorca" - After graduating with highest honors from the Conservatory of Padua (Italy) and gaining widespread recognition at national and international competitions (including the 48th CIEM in Geneva), Alessandro Cesaro has performed in Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Argentina, Mexico, and Croatia, collaborating with such musicians as Claudio Scimone, Paul Badura-Skoda, Anton Nanut and Pedro Ignacio Calderón. A versatile pianist with a very extended repertoire, he has recorded for the Rivo Alto and Azzurra Music labels. His output as a composer includes works for piano, chamber ensemble, and orchestra; through the years, his style has moved from neoclassicism to atonality, aleatoric music, and structuralism. His teachers were Franco Angeleri, Paul Badura-Skoda, and Aldo Ciccolini

 

F 10/20 500 Year Reformation Concert 7:00 PM 1st Presbyterian Greenville, No Ticket Required (Please sign in at the event) In celebration of the 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, the North Greenville University Choirs and Orchestra will combine with the Choirs and Orchestra from First Presbyterian Church of Greenville to present a concert of sacred music.  Over 150 musicians will bring to life hymns of our faith which celebrate the Five Solas statements of the reformation:  Scripture alone, faith alone, grace alone, Christ alone, and to the glory of God alone.  Join us as we worship our creator and celebrate our Christian heritage. 

 

T 10/24 Hickson Lecture 7:00 PM Hayes Ministry Center, No Ticket Required (Please sign in at the event)

 

M 10/30 Contemporary & Guitar Ensemble 7:00 PM Turner Chapel, No Ticket Required (Please Sign in at the event) A Celebration of All Saints - Join the North Greenville University Guitar and Contemporary Ensemble as we celebrate the lives and ministries of those who have gone before us and who now worship the Lord in His fullness. All Saints’ Day is an opportunity to mourn the loss of our loved ones here on earth, and to celebrate the gift and promise of eternal life that we have in Christ. “Blessed are those who die in the Lord. They will rest from their labors, for their deeds follow them.”

 

TH 11/2 Lisa Sain Odom Recital 7:00 PM Hamlin Recital Hall, Ticket Required (SOT Box Office)

 

M 11/13 Jazz Combo 7:00 PM Hamlin Recital Hall, Ticket Required (SOT Box Office  

 

T 11/7 Brass & Percussion Ensembles 7:00 PM Hamlin Recital Hall, Ticket Required (SOT Box Office) Enjoy an evening of festive music. Join the North Greenville University Brass and Percussion ensembles as they perform contemporary works as individual ensemble and then join forces for a grand finale. Your ears will be glad they attended this event

 

T 11/7 Tuesday Night Truth 7:00 PM Mission Control in Craft-Hemphill, Ticket Required (SOT Box Office) SC Associate Justice John Kittredge Topic: “Past, Present and Future of the Judiciary and the Constitution”

 

W 11/8 Etiquette Dinner 5:00 PM Presidents Dining Room, Ticket Required ($15, Career Planning Office)

 

TH 11/9 It's A Wonderful Life 7:30 PM Billingsley Theatre, Ticket Required (SOT Box Office) Based on the classic 1946 Christmas film, this live radio play will be a delight for the whole family! Follow the life story of George Bailey, a man with dreams of leaving his hometown.  When $8,000 comes up missing (over $100,000 in today’s money), all seems lost-yet George is about to learn one of the most valuable lessons in life-living for others is of great value. ? (Approximately 120 minutes, complimentary student tickets available the Monday of that weeks performance)

 

F 11/10 It's A Wonderful Life 7:30 PM Billingsley Theatre, Ticket Required (SOT Box Office)

 

S 11/11 It's A Wonderful Life 7:30 PM Billingsley Theatre, Ticket Required (SOT Box Office)

 

M 11/13 Jazz Combo 7:00 PM Hamlin Recital Hall, Ticket Required (SOT Box Office)  

 

T 11/14 Singers & Strings Ensembles 7:00 PM Hamlin Recital Hall, Ticket Required (SOT Box Office)

 

TH 11/16 It's A Wonderful Life 7:30 PM Billingsley Theatre, Ticket Required (SOT Box Office)

 

F 11/17 It's A Wonderful Life 7:30 PM Billingsley Theatre, Ticket Required (SOT Box Office)

 

S 11/18 It's A Wonderful Life 7:30 PM Billingsley Theatre, Ticket Required (SOT Box Office)

 

T 11/28 Christmas Gala 7:00 PM Fairview Baptist Church 1300 Locust Hill Rd. Greer SC, Tickets Required (SOT Box Office)

North Greenville University

College of Fine Arts

PO Box 1892

Tigerville, S.C. 29688

 

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