Three of Duke’s largest student music ensembles-- the Duke Chorale, directed by Rodney Wynkoop; Duke Symphony Orchestra, directed by Harry Davidson; and Duke Wind Symphony, directed by Verena Mösenbichler-Bryant, celebrate Family Weekend with a showcase concert featuring an eclectic selection of works.
Curated festival of works produced in Spring 2018 AMI Courses at Duke University.
Directed by Professor Ellen Hemphill, Dancing at Lughnasa is a two-act play by Irish dramatist Brian Friel. It is set during the summer of 1936 in the fictional Irish town of Ballybeg. This play is the story of a family of 5 sisters, their brother Jack (a priest recently returned from Africa), Michael (the child of one of the sisters, also the narrator), and Gerry, the always-absent father of Michael.
November Dances 2018 is the Duke Dance Program's fall concert featuring ballet, modern, African dance, and dance theater works by Duke faculty, Michael Kliën, Ava LaVonne Vinesett, and Julie Janus Walters, and advanced students and alumni.