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Discover the Arts

Discover the Arts

Welcome Week is back!

Meet the Arts Council, and representatives from the McMullen Museum, BC Bands, and academic departments across campus. Learn how you can get involved with music, dance, theatre, art, and film.

August 22

2:00 PM – 3:30 PM

Robsham Theater Arts Center, Bonn Studio

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arts@bc.edu

Thomas Oboe Lee: Missa Pro Defunctis (2018)

Thomas Oboe Lee: Missa Pro Defunctis (2018)

A new, unique setting for four solo voices and chamber ensemble. Jonathan Mott, music director

September 10

8:00 PM

St. Mary's Chapel

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concerts@bc.edu

Berlin Walls - What still divides us

Berlin Walls - What still divides us

A uniquely staged audiovisual concert commemorates the 30thanniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. Chamber works (Berlin Suite and Sorores) by associate professor Ralf Yusuf Gawlick aim to engage the audience to reflect on divisions that continue to exist - even beyond stone walls

September 22

8:00 PM

Gasson Hall, 100

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concerts@bc.edu

Peter Watchorn performs Bach's Goldberg Variations

Peter Watchorn performs Bach's Goldberg Variations

A rare chance to hear the complete Goldberg Variations, one of the masterworks for keyboard, performed by Peter Watchorn as part of his ongoing project to perform and record the complete harpsichord works of Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750).

October 03

7:00 PM

St. Mary's Chapel

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concerts@bc.edu

When Adam Meets Jacob

When Adam Meets Jacob

Duo Mantar, Exploring Israeli  and Jewish sounds on mandolin and classical guitar 

Artists: Adam Levin, Classical Guitar; Jacob Reuven, Mandolin

October 08

8:00 PM

Gasson Hall, 100

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concerts@bc.edu

Music of Robert and Clara Schumann, Part 1

Music of Robert and Clara Schumann, Part 1

Chamber music and lieder performed by BC faculty, students, and guests

October 25

8:00 PM

Gasson Hall, 100

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concerts@bc.edu

Music of Robert and Clara Schumann, Part 2

Music of Robert and Clara Schumann, Part 2

Chamber music and lieder performed by BC faculty, students, and guests

November 03

3:00 PM

Gasson Hall, 100

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concerts@bc.edu

Craig Harris Jazz Quartet

Craig Harris Jazz Quartet

Trombonist and composer Craig Harris has performed with a veritable Who’s Who of progressive jazz’ most important figures – including Sun Ra, Cecil Taylor, Sam Rivers, Abdullah Ibrahim, Jaki Byard, and others. He has appeared in festivals world wide, and can be heard on over 100 albums. He performs with his quartet in a program of jazz and improvisation.

November 04

7:00 PM

Gasson Hall, 100

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concerts@bc.edu

BC's Arts Festival: 22 Years Strong

BC's Arts Festival: 22 Years Strong

Save the date! The Boston College Arts Council is thrilled to mark the 22nd Annual Arts Festival April 23-25, 2020.

Every year, the Boston College Arts Festival brings the Boston College and surrounding communities together to celebrate the arts. The annual Arts Festival invites the greater Boston College community to experience the variety of arts at Boston College. A talented group of more than 1,900 student and faculty artists present music, theater, dance, poetry, film, painting, sculpture, and more.

View the pdf of the 21st Annual Arts Festival program here.
Read about the 2018 Arts Festival in the Boston College Magazine

Image: Chinese fan dance performance at the Cultural Night Showcase, Friday, April 26th. Photo by Ikram Ali/Heights Editor.

April 23 – April 25

Boston College

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arts@bc.edu

BC's Arts Festival: 22 Years Strong

BC's Arts Festival: 22 Years Strong

Save the date! The Boston College Arts Council is thrilled to mark the 22nd Annual Arts Festival April 23-25, 2020.

Every year, the Boston College Arts Festival brings the Boston College and surrounding communities together to celebrate the arts. The annual Arts Festival invites the greater Boston College community to experience the variety of arts at Boston College. A talented group of more than 1,900 student and faculty artists present music, theater, dance, poetry, film, painting, sculpture, and more.

View the pdf of the 21st Annual Arts Festival program here.
Read about the 2018 Arts Festival in the Boston College Magazine

Image: Chinese fan dance performance at the Cultural Night Showcase, Friday, April 26th. Photo by Ikram Ali/Heights Editor.

April 23 – April 25

Boston College

Contact
arts@bc.edu

BC's Arts Festival: 22 Years Strong

BC's Arts Festival: 22 Years Strong

Save the date! The Boston College Arts Council is thrilled to mark the 22nd Annual Arts Festival April 23-25, 2020.

Every year, the Boston College Arts Festival brings the Boston College and surrounding communities together to celebrate the arts. The annual Arts Festival invites the greater Boston College community to experience the variety of arts at Boston College. A talented group of more than 1,900 student and faculty artists present music, theater, dance, poetry, film, painting, sculpture, and more.

View the pdf of the 21st Annual Arts Festival program here.
Read about the 2018 Arts Festival in the Boston College Magazine

Image: Chinese fan dance performance at the Cultural Night Showcase, Friday, April 26th. Photo by Ikram Ali/Heights Editor.

April 23 – April 25

Boston College

Contact
arts@bc.edu