Past Performances - FALL 2008 - SPRING 2009

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Wed., Sept.24 at 12 noon • Killian Hall (14W-111)

VISUAL ART EXHIBITION and LITERARY PRESENTATION: Valarie Poitier, Visual Artist and Host
Poitier works in the Office of the Dean for Student Life, where she is an Administrative Assistant.

   
Jeff Pearlin

Wed., Oct. 8 at 12 noon • Killian Hall (14W-111)

RECITAL: Jeffrey Pearlin, guitar
Performing  great songs, especially ones that are not commonly known, but should be.  “A great song can be found anywhere!"  Pearlin is a Computer Support Assistant in the Department of Foreign Languages and Literature..

   
Chelsea Ashton

Wed., Oct. 22 at 12 noon • Killian Hall (14W-111)

RECITAL: Chelsea Ashton, Mezzo-soprano
Performing a showcase of Broadway tunes. Ashton is an Administrative Assistant at the Broad Institute.

   
Moroccan art

Wed., Nov. 19 at 12 noon • Killian Hall (14W-111)

READING and DANCE: Najat Kessler
Performing a medley of poetry, Moroccan dance and Art of Hypnotherapy. Kessler is an Administrative Assistant at the Center for Real Estate.

   
Shopping

Thurs. and Fri., Dec. 4 & 5

CRAFT FAIR

MIT Stata Center
Building 32-- First Floor
TIME:  9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

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MIT Whitaker College

E25 Atrium -- Lobby area
TIME:  9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

   
Book

Wed., Dec.17 at 12 noon • Killian Hall (14W-111)

READING: Tim Poisson

Tim will conduct a presentation/reading about his work. He writes and draws comic books and graphic novels. Poisson is the Director of Alumni Fund Marketing and Participation for the Alumni Association.

   
Meridian Singers

Thurs., Jan. 22 at 12 noon • MIT Chapel (W15)

Concert: Meridian Singers

"Lead, Kindly Light," a program of a capella choral music spanning 7 centuries. Todd Beckham, Director. Meridian Singers is MIT's mixed classical and madrigal a capella chorus, which is open to all in the MIT community.

   

Wed., March 4 at 11:30 • Kresge Auditorium

MIT Excellence Awards : An exhibit of work by MIT employees

   

Tues., March 10 at 12 noon • Killian Hall (14W-111)

Recital: Peter Allen, Singer and songwriter

Peter's program Wholly Word presents word for word selections from the King James Holy Bible. Each selection is set to original contemporary Christian music. The Bible rocks!

Peter works for Nuclear Science and Engineering as a Project Technician.

   

Tues., March 24 at 12 noon • Killian Hall (14W-111)

Recital: Darlene Strother, Singer

Gospel music

Darlene, a native Bostonian, has sung Contemporary Gospel as long as she can remember. An accomplished Psalmist, she’s traveled to Monrovia, Liberia; London, England; and Düsseldorf, Germany, spreading the Gospel through song and teaching about the power of Praise and Worship. Not a stranger at her home church, she’s touched many lives in Boston, North Carolina, and Florida, recently appearing on several live productions at BNNtv.

She will sing several pieces from her premier CD “I Choose Life” along with newly created music, from her 2nd CD, scheduled for release in 2010.

   

Tues., April 7 at 12 noon • Killian Hall (14W-111)

Recital: Molly Ruggles, Mezzo-soprano, songwriter, pianist

 

   

Tues., April 14 at 12 noon • Killian Hall (14W-111)

RECITAL: Hao Wen, pianist


   

Tues., May 5 at 12 noon • Killian Hall (14W-111)

RECITAL: Jose Luis Arguello, pianist


   

May 7 & 8, 9 AM to 5 PM • Stata Center and E25-Atrium Lobby

SPRING CRAFT FAIR

   

May 7 & 8, 8 PM • outside Bldg. 33 (off Carlton Street)

THE CHERRY ORCHARD

by Anton Chekhov
Adapted and directed by Jonas Kubilius
 Performance sponsored by Artists Beyond the Desk
ADMISSION:  Free

   

Tues., May 19 at 12 noon • Killian Hall (14W-111)

RECITAL: Rachel Traughber, soprano
Performing art songs from Finland, France, Germany, Russia, and the United States.


   

Mon., June 15 at 12 noon • MIT Chapel (W-15)

CONCERT: Meridian Singers

English Partsongs: A Madrigal History Tour.
A musical journey through the history of polyphonic a cappella music of
Britain.

   

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