The eclectic performance will feature jazz, fusion and funk pieces, as well as vocal standards "I Thought About You" and "Up Jumped Spring."
Tickets are $4 in advance at the McElroy Ticket Booth, or $5 at the door. Call the BC Bands Office at ext. 3018 for more information.
The Clothesline Project, part of the Undergraduate Government of Boston College's "Stop the Violence Against Women Week," will be featured on the Campus Green on March 22.
The project includes t-shirts designed by individuals from the Boston College community commemorating women who have been victims of domestic or sexual violence. In addition, the Clothesline Project from Newton will participate. The t-shirts will be strung on clotheslines around the Campus Green.
US Rep. Barney Frank will be the keynote speaker at the third annual Artists for AIDS Benefit, titled "Walk on the Water," on March 24 in Robsham Theater.
The program will unite Boston College artists in an effort to raise money and awareness for AIDS causes. Student groups performing will include the Acoustics, Bostonians, BC Children's Theater, Dramatics Society, Heightsmen, Hello ... Shovelhead, My Mother's Fleabag, BC Sharps and Voices of Imani.
Tickets to the event, which will begin at 8 p.m., are $10 and will be available at the door and, beginning Monday, at the McElroy Ticket Booth.
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