Friday, March 31st 4:00pm - 5:00pm

"Off the Streets" is an exhibition of paper garments made from street rubbings by artist Caroline Garrett Hardy. Members of the public can add their marks to a kimono in an interactive closing ceremony for "Off the Streets." Participants may bring images, written message or make impromptu artwork from 4-5 pm.

Brown Gallery, Bryan Student Center

Friday, March 31st 8:00pm

Daniil Trifonov, Piano

Daniil Trifonov has arrived as the unquestioned next superstar of classical piano, bringing an ecstatic quality to his performances. The young Russian powerhouse will perform a program of Schumann, Shostakovich, and Stravinsky in Baldwinn Auditorium. 

Baldwin Auditorium
$48, $42, $15 Ages 30 & under, $10 Duke students.

Wednesday, April 5th 7:00pm

Autism's First Child: Lessons On Acceptance, from a Small American Town

John Donvan and Caren Zucker are the authors of "In a Different Key: The Story of Autism," a New York Times Bestseller that chronicles the history of autism, weaving together stories of ingenuity and perseverance and offering a profound look at how we understand disability.

Love Auditorium, LSRC Building, Duke University
Free

Thursday, April 6th 12:00am - Sunday, April 9th 12:00pm

Full Frame Documentary Film Festival

An annual international event dedicated to the theatrical exhibition of non-fiction cinema. Each spring, Full Frame welcomes filmmakers and film lovers from around the world to historic downtown Durham, North Carolina. 

See website for details
See website for details

Friday, April 7th 8:00pm

Anoushka Shankar • 'Home: A Tribute to Ravi Shankar'

Anoushka Shankar is "one of the most gifted artists in her generation of Indian classical artists" (Los Angeles Times). She comes to Duke Performances to play the timeless ragas she learned as a child, paying tribute to her father's legacy. 

Page Auditorium
$55, $45, $40, $15 Ages 30 & under, $10 Duke students

Wednesday, April 12th 8:00pm

Duke Symphony Orchestra: Shakespearean Transformations

Program: Purcell: "The Gordian Knot United," Suite for Strings; Bernstein: Symphonie Dances from West Side Story; and featuring new works for the DSO by 2016-2017 Student Composition contest winners Jonathan Aisenberg and Ilhan Gokhan, and 2016-2017 Student Concerto Competition winner Ian Levitan performing Mvt. 1 of Grieg's Piano Concerto. 

Baldwin Auditorium
Free

Friday, April 14th 7:30pm - 9:56pm

ChoreoLab, Duke Dance Program

ChoreoLab 2017 presents new dance works by faculty, alumni and advanced student choreographers. For this performance, guest artist Hythili Prakash has created a Bharatanatyam dance for Duke student dancers. 

Bryan Center Reynolds Industries Theater

Friday, April 14th 8:00pm

DakhaBrakha • Dovzhenko's 'Earth': Film + Live Score

This performance features DakhaBrakha playing their own live score for Earth, a 1930 silent classic of Soviet cinema by Ukrainian director Alexander Dovzhenko. DakhaBrakha's mix of unruly ancient song and contemporary rhythms transforms Dovzhenko's striking images into an exhilarating live experience. 

Baldwin Auditorium
$28, $22, $15 Ages 30 & under, $10 Duke students

Saturday, April 15th 8:00pm

Cécile McLorin Salvant feat. Sullivan Fortner, Piano

Cécile McLorin Salvant is the young star of the jazz world. "Ms. Salvant has it all," raved The New York Times. Following her idols, Vaughan and Abbey Lincoln, McLorin Salvant makes every song her own. Joined by pianist Sullivan Fortner, she is jazz's must-see vocalist. 

Baldwin Auditorium
$42, $36, $15 Ages 30 & under, $10 Duke students.