Don’t miss upcoming events from our Fine Arts Series.
>>The Department of Theatre and Music Studies is presenting Molly Smith Metzler’s Elemeno Pea. The dramedy revolves around two sisters, their lives, loves, and class struggles while giving credence to the adage that blood is thicker than water. Final performances run March 2 – 5 at Tower Fine Arts Center. Tickets for the show are $17 (General), $12 (Senior Citizens, Brockport Faculty, Staff, and Alumni), and $9 (Students) and are available by phone at (585) 395-2787 or at the Tower Box Office.
>>Finishing its run on March 5 is Tim Massey and Friends: Looking Back, Looking Forward which celebrates the art and accomplishments of recently retired Tower Gallery Director Tim Massey. Aside from showing his own work, Massey has invited former students to exhibit works they created while under his tutelage paired with more recent works. The show will be on display in the Tower Fine Arts Center Gallery through March 5. The former students include Torrell Arnold ’13, Emma Brooks ’13, Kat Charnley ’17, Pat Curry ’90/’12, Meaghan Malerk ’16, Katie Ann Mertz ’10, Kathryn Smith ’08, and Sam Symonds ’22. The Gallery’s exhibitions are free and open to the public.
>>On March 24, the Fine Arts Series will present Trio Ghidorah, a guitar ensemble consisting of three musicians who bonded and banded together when they were pursuing their doctorates at Eastman School of Music. Known for arranging music composed for other instruments for their three guitars, they will be featuring music written from the 17th to the 21st centuries. Tickets for the show are $17, $12, and $9 and are available by phone at (585) 395-2787 or at the Tower Box Office.
>>Also on March 24, the Department of Art will be opening its Annual Student Art Exhibition, running through April 30. Always a highlight of the year, it is the pinnacle of the exhibition season, as we celebrate our current students’ successes. The opening reception and awards ceremony begins at 5 pm on March 24.
>>The Department of Dance will present student choreography in a slightly less formal setting in DANCE/Strasser. The Strasser Studio in Hartwell Hall allows audiences to surround the dancers on three sides for quite a unique perspective of the movement. Performances run March 30 – April 1 at 7:30 pm. Tickets for the show are $17, $12, and $9 and are available by phone at (585) 395-2787 or at the Tower Box Office.
Posted: March 02, 2023