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UA Presents A Night of Poetry Jazz

Kyerra Dexter April 21, 2010

The University can look forward to an entertaining night that combines poetry and jazz. “Ask Your Mama: 12 Moods of Jazz — The Langston Hughes Project” is a multimedia presentation featuring trumpeter...

Carter Hamric begins A-Day in roll tide spirit

Kyerra Dexter April 15, 2010

Huntsville native Carter Hamric and his band will start off the A-Day game with a free acoustic concert at 8:30 a.m. at the Ferguson Center. Then, at 11 a.m., Hamric will perform again in a free concert...

Alabama Contemporary Ensemble to perform Tuesday

Kyerra Dexter April 11, 2010

The Alabama Contemporary Ensemble will perform Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the Moody Music Building’s Concert Hall. The concert is free and open to the public. The Alabama Contemporary Ensemble is a group...

UA Opera Theatre presents a night of excitement

Kyerra Dexter April 1, 2010

Broadway fans and students alike have a chance to hear their Broadway favorites Tuesday. “One Night Only: An Evening of Broadway Favorites" is an annual cabaret production put on by UA Opera Theatre...

Comedy event supports Autism

Kyerra Dexter March 25, 2010

Arts ‘n Autism and the Autism Society of Alabama are teaming up for a comedy event to help the growing amount of people suffering from Autism. “Stand Up for Autism,” at the Moody Music building,...

Creative Campus presents 2010: A Space Oddity

Kyerra Dexter March 5, 2010

A new sci-fi convention, presented by Creative Campus, has come to the University. Titled “2010: A Space Oddity,” the convention is free but organizers asked that people interested register today by...

UA Theatre and Dance presents Saint Joan

Kyerra Dexter February 22, 2010

UA Theatre and Dance will brings history to life with the production of George Bernard Shaw’s play “Saint Joan.” According to UA Theatre and Dance Web site, Shaw’s play is a dramatization of Joan...

UA Celebrates Black History with Theodore Rosengarten

Kyerra Dexter February 4, 2010

The Summersell Center for the Study of the South and the University of Alabama Press will present “Redundant Woman: The Daughters of Ned Cobb” on Thursday from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. in Ferguson Center...

Guest Recital features oboist Anna Pennington

Kyerra Dexter January 15, 2010

UA students can enjoy the musical talents of a University of Southern Mississippi professor on Tuesday. Anna Pennington will be featured in the guest recital, for the School of Music students, and anyone...

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