Bolivian Musicians’ Residency and Concert

Música de Maestros or “Music of the Masters” is a Bolivian ensemble founded in the 1980s by Rolando Encinas. This ensemble researches and performs master composers from Bolivia rather than masters from other countries that are known more widely such as Germany’s Beethoven. Composers the ensemble has covered from Bolivia include Adrián Patiño and José Salmón Ballivián. Four members of Música de Maestros will be at Colgate for a two-week residency where they will teach students enrolled in ALST 204: Performing Bolivian Music how to play Bolivian indigenous wind instruments (panpipes and flutes) as well as holding a performance at noon on Friday, November 1 in the Chapel.

 

Haven Walk-In Crisis Hours

Haven is a confidential resource for survivors of sexual assault on campus.  The center is relatively new and now occupies the entirety of the garden level of Curtis. The center  is holding walk-in hours for survivors of sexual violence and trauma for the the very first time. There will be multiple sessions, but the first set of hours will be on Friday, November 1 from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. Outside of this time, a counselor can always be reached by calling Campus Safety (315-228-7911) and asking for the counselor on call.

Friday Night Film Series: PLAY THE DEVIL

This week’s Friday Night Film Play the Devil is co-sponsored by Core’s “Communities and Identities.” Gregory, a gifted eighteen-year-old from the rural farming village of Paramin in Trinidad, develops an unlikely friendship with a powerful businessman that leads to seduction, obsession, and a fateful confrontationat a Carnival. See Govan’s Play The Devil turn conventions of sexuality, masculinity and morality on its head in Golden Auditorium on Friday, November 1 at 3:30 p.m. 

 

Dance Nation by Clare Barron

Dance Nation is a contemporary play that takes a deep dive into what it means to go from girl to woman in the modern day world. It is based off of the Antigone, which many are familiar with from Legacies of the Ancient World. The play is presented by  Colgate University’s Department of Theater and is performed by current students and community members. See it on opening night on Friday, November 1 at 7:00 p.m.

 

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