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Performance Fair

Performance Fair, Saturday May 5, 2001

Over 90 free musical, theatrical, and dance performances in and around Harvard Yard. 1:00 - 5:00 p.m. Print out PDF schedule.
= Events children would enjoy

1-1:20 PM PERFORMANCE FAIR EVENTS
1-1:20 The Tetrachords: The Boys of Barbershop
Harvard’s Boys of Barbershop perform some of the best-loved barbershop and men’s choral music favorites, including "Shine" and "Good Day" Medley (The Gas House Gang), "Tootsie" (Gus Kahn), "All Through the Night" (traditional), and "Lullabye" (Levinson). Dan Horton ’01, director; Zong Da Chen ’01, Tim Ledlie ’02, Charlie McCormick ’03.
Appleton Chapel, Memorial Church
1-1:20

Harvard University Morning Choir: Madrigals
The 18-voice Harvard University Morning Choir, which sings at daily Morning Prayers in the Memorial Church, performs Renaissance madrigals by Palestrina, Tallis, and others. Murray Forbes Somerville, University Organist and Choirmaster and Curator of the University Organs, director.

Adolphus Busch Hall
1-1:20

The Best of HRTV
Harvard-Radcliffe Television proudly presents the best of its 2000-01 season. (The Best of HRTV continues until approximately 2:30 PM.)

Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Room B04
1-1:20

Baroque Cello Sonatas
Baroque Cello Society performs sonatas by Benedetto Marcello with baroque bows on gut strings, according to eighteenth-century practice. Kate Bennett ’02, Erin Fehn ’04, Justin Haynes ’03.

Fogg Museum Courtyard
1-1:20

A Taste of Early Beethoven
Daniel Anthony Pietras ’04 performs Beethoven's Piano Sonata in E-flat Major, op. 7.

Holden Chapel
1-1:20

Extrospection
Michael Schindlinger (GSAS) performs original songs for voice and guitar.

Loker Commons, Memorial Hall
1-1:20

The Harvard Noteables: A Broadway Review
The Harvard Noteables perform a selection of songs from musical theater and cinema.

Paine Hall, Music Building
1-1:20

Christian a Cappella

Under Construction seeks to spread the good news of Jesus Christ on campus and off, through word and song. Peter Chung ’02, musical director; Amanda Mulfinger ’02 and Norah Solorzano ’02, managers.

The Parlor, Phillips Brooks House
1-1:20

Kuumba Singers of Harvard College
With 31 years of history behind them, the Kuumba Singers sing music in the black spiritual tradition in a foot-stomping, hand-clapping performance that is sure to please. Sheldon K.X. Reid ’96-’97, M.Ed. ’98, director.

Sanders Theatre
1-1:20

Improvisational Comedy: On Thin Ice
The 12 members of On Thin Ice, Harvard's oldest improv comedy troupe, present a show full of games and laughs, inspired by audience suggestions.

Science Center, Lecture Hall D

1-1:20

DANCE FESTIVAL
Harvard-Radcliffe Expressions Dance Company
specializes in jazz, hip-hop, reggae, modern, and African dance styles.

Crimson Dance Team incorporates funk, modern, jazz, ballet, and even gymnastics into their member-choreographed pieces.

Asian-American Dance Troupe presents traditional and modern Asian and Asian-American dances.

Mainly Jazz presents modern, ballet, and other dance forms along with its main focus: jazz.

Lowell Hall
1:30-1:50 PM PERFORMANCE FAIR EVENTS
1:30-1:50

Organ Recital
Members of the Harvard Organ Society perform a variety of works on the renowned Flentrop organ.

Adolphus Busch Hall
1:30-1:50

Robbie Merfeld and FriendsInstructor Robbie Merfeld and Eileen Woo ’01, violin; Jane Kang ’01, violin; Sarah Darling ’02, viola; and Peter Anderegg ’04, cello perform piano quintet music.

Fogg Museum Courtyard
1:30-1:50

Sieben Fruhe Lieder (Seven Early Songs)
Julianna Dempsey ’00-’01 and Dimitri Dover ’00 perform Alban Berg’s hauntingly beautiful lieder.

Holden Chapel
1:30-1:50 "Subject to Change"
Subject to Change combines acoustic/folk rock and progressive improvisation. Its instrumentation includes guitars, mandolin, violin, cello, bass, and drums. Geoff Harcourt ’04, Lee Chung ’04, Ethan Abraham ’04, Jack Murphy ’04, John Young ’04, Taylor Terry ’03.
Loker Commons, Memorial Hall
1:30-1:50

Schubert Cello Quintet: A Pentagonal Powwow
Come hear a group of five undergraduates, friends, and chamber musicians bring you the Schubert Cello Quintet. Johnny Lee ’01, Jennifer Caine ’01, Isaac Nakhimovsky ’01, Kate Bennett ’02, Eric Wong ’02.

Main Sanctuary, Memorial Church
1:30-1:50

Women’s a Cappella
The Radcliffe Pitches, Harvard's oldest all-female a cappella group, dazzles with a mix of jazz, blues, oldies, and show tunes. Nicole Martin ’02, president; Maya Anand ’03, music director; Angie Boyce ’03, business manager; Vivian Lien ’03, stage manager.

Paine Hall, Music Building
1:30-1:50

Chamber Music
Helios performs the first movement of Brahms’ Piano Quartet no. 1 in G Minor, op. 25. Jessica Kinloch ’04, piano; Andrew Wang ’04, violin; Lucia Madariaga ’04, viola; John Ko, New England Conservatory of Music, cello.

The Parlor, Phillips Brooks House
1:30-1:50

The Harvard Callbacks
The Harvard Callbacks were named the top coed a cappella group at the 2000 National Championship of Collegiate a Cappella. Come enjoy their diverse repertoire of award-winning arrangements. Royd Chung ’01, president; Erika Rhone ’01, music director.

Sanders Theatre

1:30-1:50

The Harvard Lowkeys
Harvard’s most exciting new co-ed a cappella group, the Lowkeys, offers a varied repertoire including jazz, rock, and pop. With 17 undergraduate members, this group is full of surprises.

Science Center, Lecture Hall D
1:30-1:50

DANCE FESTIVAL
Thai Society presents modern and classical Thai dances.

Hellenic Society presents Greek folk and modern dances.

Harvard-Radcliffe Expressions Dance Company specializes in jazz, hip-hop, reggae, modern, and African dance styles.

Lowell Hall
2-2:20 PM PERFORMANCE FAIR EVENTS
2-2:20

Traditional Celtic Music
Featuring fiddles, guitars, bodhráns, and whistles, the Harvard Celtic Society performs traditional music and songs from Ireland, Scotland, and Wales. Jenn Clark ’02, president; Laura Wells ’02, vice-president; David Kornhaber ’02, music director.

Appleton Chapel, Memorial Church
2-2:20

Harvard-Radcliffe Chamber Singers
The Chamber Singers of the Harvard-Radcliffe Collegium Musicum perform music spanning four centuries, from early works by William Byrd to twentieth-century compositions by Francis Poulenc. Helena Wiley ’01, conductor; Katharine Dain ’04, assistant conductor; Leslie Chu ’03, manager.

Adolphus Busch Hall
2-2:20

Student Film Festival
Recent work by undergraduates; program to be announced.

Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Room B04
2-2:20

The Harvard-Radcliffe Gilbert and Sullivan Players
From the quills of W. S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan came about a dozen classics of comic opera. Here, a handful of the Harvard-Radcliffe Gilbert & Sullivan Players share some selections from the repertoire.

Fogg Museum Courtyard
2-2:20

"Arianna a Naxos": A Dramatic Cantata
Haydn’s dramatic cantata tells the story of Arianna, who was abandoned by her lover Teseo (Theseus) on the Aegean island Naxos. A lively and entertaining gem of the classical period, performed by Kate Nyhan ’04, soprano, and Michael Callahan ’04, piano.

Holden Chapel
2-2:20

Locket
Dan Cantagallo ’01, Brandon Rhoades ’02, and Matt Polisson ’02 perform original compositions on guitars with drum machine.

Loker Commons, Memorial Hall
2-2:20

Haydn Piano Trio
The Leverett Piano Trio performs Haydn's Piano Trio in C Major on period instruments. Resident Tutor Jen-yen Chen, Claude Naar ’01, and Justin Haynes ’03.

Paine Hall, Music Building
2-2:20

Chamber Music
The Amoeba Trio performs Mozart's "Kegelstatt" Trio, K 498. Allegra Petti, Division of Medical Sciences, violin; Miriam Osterfield, Division of Medical Sciences, viola; Irene Chen ’99, Medical School, piano.

The Parlor, Phillips Brooks House
2-2:20

The "Hebrides Overture," by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy
The Bach Society Orchestra will perform The "Hebrides Overture," op. 26, "Fingal's Cave," by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, inspired by the composer's journey to the Scottish islands and the famous sea cave said to be the home of the legendary Irish hero. Grace Kao 01, conductor.

Sanders Theatre
2-2:20

Harvard Opportunes
Harvard's oldest co-ed a cappella group sings a diverse repertoire, spanning genres from gospel to pop, complete with colorful choreography and personality. Kathleen Stetson ’03, music director.

Science Center, Lecture Hall D
2-2:20

DANCE FESTIVAL
Crimson Dance Team incorporates funk, modern, jazz, ballet, and even gymnastics into their member-choreographed pieces.

Han Ma-Eum performs traditional Korean drum and dance.

Ballet Folklórico de Aztlán performs folkloric Mexican dancing.

Lowell Hall
2 PM The Glass Menagerie
The elusive "gentleman caller," the southern family, the shy girl who owns the glass menagerie: This production revisits Tennessee Williams’ coming-of-age story to highlight its ambiguities, poignancy, and immediacy. Alison Wood ’01, director/producer; Kathy Bencowitz ’03, sets/production; John Herndon ’04, stage manager; March Jimenez ’96, lights; Abigail Joseph ’04, costumes; Tariq Yasin ’04, tech. Tickets: $5 general, $4 students, $3 Adams House residents, available at the Harvard Box Office and at the door during the half hour before curtain.
Adams House Pool Theater, 26 Plympton Street, C-entry
2-5 PM

Group Art Show: Vaküm Pakt
A group art show featuring photography, sculpture, painting, and video by Harvard undergraduates, including work by artists published in The Advocate. Receptions will be held on Friday at 7 PM and Sunday at 2 PM in both Adams House and Eliot House.

Adams House Artspace, 26 Plympton, C-entry; Eliot House Artspace

2:30-2:50 PM PERFORMANCE FAIR EVENTS

2:30-2:50

The Trombone in Jazz
The Heliodor Trombone Quartet plays original arrangements and compositions of jazz and jazz-inspired music, featuring improvisation. Mandar D. Muzumdar ’03, Alex Eagle ’00, Greg Ingolia ’03, and Will Aronson ’04.

Adolphus Busch Hall
2:30-2:50

Kodaly Duo for Violin and Cello
Zoltan Kodaly’s Duo for Violin and Cello, op. 7, reveals his interest in the folk music of his native Hungary. Kodaly collected more than 3,500 Hungarian folk songs and evolved his own individual style under the influence of these melodies. Miki-Sophia Cloud ’04, violin; Sarah Marie Carter ’04, cello.

Appleton Chapel, Memorial Church
2:30-2:50

Student Film Festival
Recent work by undergraduates; program to be announced.

Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Room B04
2:30-2:50

Piano Recital
Sae Takada ’03 performs selections from Sports and Diversions by Satie and Ballad no. 1 by Chopin.

Fogg Museum Courtyard
2:30-2:50

Prokofiev’s Sonata No. 2 for violin and piano
Ben Steege (GSAS) and Jennifer Caine ’01 perform Prokofier’s Sonata No. 2 for violin and piano, op. 94.

Holden Chapel
2:30-2:50

The Lost in Boston Jazz Group
The improvisation and swing of jazz greats such as Art Blakey, Hank Mobely, and Miles Davis inspires Lost in Boston to look in new directions of jazz. Mike Ramos ’04, Chris Steinke ’04, Adam Turner ’04.

Loker Commons, Memorial Hall
2:30-2:50

Opera Extravaganza
Come see and hear members of Dunster House Opera perform scenes and arias from the great operas of Mozart, Donizetti, Bizet, and Copland, including an excerpt from this year's production of The Bartered Bride. Performers include Neil Davidson ’03, Karoun Denirjian ’03, Alexa Fields ’01, Joseph Gfaller ’01, Matt Anderson ’03, and Sarah Kerman ’02.

Paine Hall, Music Building
2:30-2:50

Mozart Violin Sonata in E Minor
The Mather House Duo performs Mozart’s Violin Sonata in E Minor, K 304. Derek Yi ’03, violin; Christopher Stone, FAS Administrative Officer, piano.

Phillips Brooks House Parlor
2:30-2:50

Crimson Cello Consort
The Crimson Cello Consort is a group of 20 undergraduate and graduate cellists. This performance features the sensual Brazilian rhythms of Heitor Villa-Lobos’ "Bachianas Brasileira #5." Seth Ament ’03 and Luba Mandzy ’01, managers; Iris Lan ’99, director.

Sanders Theatre
2:30-2:50

The Veritones: Co-ed a Cappella
The Harvard-Radcliffe Veritones, known for their humor and inventive choreography, perform a wide variety of coed a cappella music, ranging from folk and jazz standards to the latest rock and pop.

Science Center, Lecture Hall D
2:30-2:50

DANCE FESTIVAL
Harvard Capoeira Group combines martial arts, dance, acrobatics, and music in an Afro-Brazilian cultural tradition created by escaped slaves in colonial Brazil.

Harvard-Radcliffe Expressions Dance Company specializes in jazz, hip-hop, reggae, modern, and African dance styles.

Thai Society presents modern and classical Thai dances.

Crimson Dance Team incorporates funk, modern, jazz, ballet, and even gymnastics into their member-choreographed pieces.

Lowell Hall
Thurs
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Odeon
The Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic Club presents your typical boy-answers-French-man’s-cell-phone, gets-abducted-by-mafiosi, meets-girl-loses-girl-gets-girl story.See Thursday Schedule or Friday Schedule.
Experimental Theatre, Loeb Drama Center
3-3:20 PM PERFORMANCE FAIR EVENTS
3-3:20

"Water Music"
The Harvard Baroque Chamber Orchestra performs George Frideric Handel’s "Water Music." Robert Mealy ’87, leader; Murray Forbes Somerville, University Organist and Choirmaster and Curator of the University Organs, founding director.

Adolphus Busch Hall
3-3:20

Animation Festival
The Visual and Environmental Studies Department presents a 40-minute program of student films completed in its first- and second-year animation courses: "Stream" (Dierdre O'Dwyer). "Mrs. Kray" (Celia Pym ’01), "Surveillance" (Claudia Santillan), "All Aboard" (Ben Zotto’01), "Brainstorm" (T. Therese Workman), "The Dawn of Commercialism" (Tim Szetela ’03), "Goo" (Jonah Elgart), "Steady at the Catch" (Sam Brooks ’00), "Livefish" (Jason Cho ’01), "Handsome Boy Modelling School" (First-year group project, class of ’00), "Old Habits"(Mark Scott’01), "We Fly to Beauty" (Karen Sara Ramirez ’02), "All Very Well and Good" (Ian Gouldstone ’01).

Note: This program may contain challenging material and therefore is not recommended for small children.

Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Room B04
3-3:20

Mendelssohn Piano Trio
Nicholas Bath, Harvard Law School ’02; Minsu Longiaru, HLS ’02; and David Miyamoto, Harvard Medical School perform selected movements from Mendelssohn’s Piano Trio no. 1 in D Minor, op. 49.

Fogg Museum Courtyard
3-3:20

Super Mario Brothers, Et Cetera
Lucido Felice Pops Quartet performs original arrangements of such familiar tunes as the themes from "Super Mario Brothers," "Fox NFL Sunday," "McGyver," "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles," "Zelda," and "Friends." Byram Karnjia ’04, cello; Ken Shen ’04, violin; Michelle Yu ’03, violin; Chris Snyder ’04, violin.

Holden Chapel
3-3:20

Saxamajig
Harvard University Saxophone Quartet performs excerpts from "A Tribute to Glenn Miller," ‘Rossini a la Carte," and "Gospel Sax." Julian Goodman ’03, soprano saxophone; Matthew Kozlor ’04, alto saxophone; Michael Callahan ’04, tenor saxophone; Stephanie Cincotta ’04, baritone saxophone.

The Parlor, Phillips Brooks House
3-3:20

A Cappella Jam
Scales of Justice, Harvard Law School's best (and only) a cappella group, will sing songs from its spring concert repertoire. David Markus, Kennedy School of Government/HLS ’01, music director; Laurie Carr, HLS ’02, president; Jessica Weinberg, HLS ’02, treasurer.

Loker Common
3-3:20

Brasses for the Masses
The Brass Rebellion quintet performs a variety of exciting music, from classical to contemporary. Peter Li ’02, trumpet; Damon Sidel ’01, trumpet; Molly Thomasy ’02, horn; Keith Goodman ’02, trombone; Nathaniel Brooks ’04, trombone.

Main Sanctuary, Memorial Church

3-3:20

Camille Saint-Saëns: Carnival of the Animals
The "Pair Debonair," Kar-mun Woo 01 and Andrew Park 01-02, perform a grand zoological fantasy. Make your acquaintance with the regal lion, the graceful swan, and other creatures born of the composers imagination and affection for animals.

Paine Hall, Music Building
3-3:20

Harvard Percussion Ensemble
Unconventional. Exciting. Original. Harvard's percussionists step out from the back of the orchestra to perform works solely for percussion on instruments ranging from the traditional marimba to the abstract salad bowl. Brian Boyle ’03, conductor; Jessica Zdeb ’04, manager.

Sanders Theatre
3-3:20

Harvard Din and Tonics
The Din and Tonics perform four- and six-part harmony intermingled with an irrepressible sense of humor and choreography in a variety of styles. Joseph Negron ’01, president; Eric Hughes ’02, music director; Payson Schwin ’02, stage manager.

Science Center, Lecture Hall D
3-3:20

DANCE FESTIVAL
Chunsa Dance Troupe presents traditional and interpretive Korean dances.

Harvard-Radcliffe Expressions Dance Company specializes in jazz, hip-hop, reggae, modern, and African dance styles.

Vietnamese Association performs the Lotus Flower and Candle Dance.

Harvard-Radcliffe Ballroom Dance Team presents standard ballroom and sensuous Latin dances.

Lowell Hall
3:30-3:50 PM PERFORMANCE FAIR EVENTS
3:30-3:50

Jewish a Cappella
Mizmor Shir is Harvard's Jewish a cappella group. Its repertoire includes Israeli folk songs and pop, choral pieces, traditional holiday and Sabbath songs, and Jewish texts paired with our favorite American tunes. Ethan Merlin ’02, musical director; Debby Rin ’02, president.

The Parlor, Phillips Brooks House
3:30-3:50

Dudley House Film Festival: Encore Presentation
The Dudley House Film and Drama Program presents selected short films from the 2000 festival, plus a trailer for its new feature film, Dance by Design, directed by Dudley House Film and Drama Fellow Valerie Weiss

Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Room B04
3:30-3:50

The Clerkes of Appleton Chapel
This historically informed performance includes seldom-heard choral masterworks from the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.

Adolphus Busch Hall
3:30-3:50

Harvard Radcliffe Contemporary Music Ensemble
HRCME is proud to present a small concert of new solo and chamber compositions written and performed by Harvard undergraduates.

Fogg Museum Courtyard
3:30-3:50

Arias and Art Songs
Soprano Deborah Abel ’01 performs a selection of arias and art songs by Mozart, Schumann, Brahms, and others. Susan Davidson ’02, accompanist.

Holden Chapel
3:30-3:50

VoxJazz
A vibrant vocal jazz quintet sings jazz standards and not-so-standards. Arrangements by Manhattan Transfer, the Real Group, and others. Frank J. Farach ’01, Laney P. McClain ’03, Joseph R. Negron ’01, John Shumway EXT ’01, Deepa Ranganathan ’01-’02.

Loker Commons, Memorial Hall
3:30-3:50

A Festival of Crooning
The Crimson Crooners of MIHNUET (Music In Hospitals and Nursing Homes Using Entertainment as Therapy) present an a cappella performance of classic favorites that listeners from age 3 to 103 will enjoy, including "Good Night Sweetheart," "Under the Sea," and "Freedom." Rachelle Gould ’03 and Lisa Carlivati ’03, directors.

Main Sanctuary, Memorial Church
3:30-3:50

Piano Duet
Andrea Chung, Graduate School of Education ’01, and Ellen Ching ’04 perform Mendelssohn’s "Duett," op. 92.

Paine Hall, Music Building
3:30-3:50

Classical Music Children's Concert
Members of the Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestra perform excerpts from a few orchestral pieces and give an interactive presentation about the music. Come to listen and learn! Vanessa Browder ’02, Emily Wei ’02, Kit Lo ’02, and Angela Wu ’01, producers.

Sanders Theatre
3:30-3:50

Improvisational Comedy: The Immediate Gratification Players
IGP performs hilarious short sketches based on audience suggestions. Every scene, every song, every gag is made up on the spot–right before your eyes.

Science Center, Lecture Hall D
3:30-3:50

DANCE FESTIVAL
Asian-American Dance Troupe presents traditional and modern Asian and Asian-American dances.

Harvard Ballet Company performs "Cradle Song".

Mainly Jazz Dance Company presents modern, ballet, and other dance forms along with its main focus: jazz.

Lowell Hall
4-4:20 PM PERFORMANCE FAIR EVENTS
4-4:20

Bastien and Bastienne
"Bastien and Bastienne" is a one-act singspiel by Mozart and Rousseau, composed when Mozart was just 12 years old. This performance by the Harvard Early Music Society features a period orchestra and is sung in English. Matthew Burt MDiv ’01, music director. Performers include Neil Davidson ’03. (Continues until approximately 4:50, with a brief intermission.)

Adolphus Busch Hall
4-4:20

Student Scene Performances
Jessica Boyd GSAS and Jonathan Laurence GSAS present scenes from contemporary theatre. Continues until approximately 4:50 PM.

Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Room B04
4-4:20

Patterns of Flight: Juggling Explorations
Members of the Harvard Juggling Club will wow you with feats that seem to defy gravity and challenge both the mind and the body. Performers include Joey Cousin ’01, Brad Burns ’04, Zak Stone ’04, Arthur Rudolph ’04, Lawrence Calousora ’04.

Fogg Museum Courtyard
4-4:20

The Trombone in Jazz
The Heliodor Trombone Quartet plays original arrangements and compositions of jazz featuring improvisation. Mandar D. Muzumdar ’03, Alex Eagle ’00, Greg Ingoglia ’03, and Will Aronson ’04.

Holden Chapel
4-4:20

Kathy Jo
Jazz classics by Seoul Sista. Katherine Jo ’01, Danny Fox ’02, and Brett Sherman ’00.

Loker Commons, Memorial Hall
4-4:20
The Muses
Come see the debut performane of The Muses, harvard’s new all-female a cappella group. Songs include Steve Miller Band’s "Abracadabra," Sarah McLachlan’s "Fear," and Marvin Gaye’s "Sexual Healing." Laura Nevison ’02, director.
Memorial Church, Main Sanctuary
4-4:20

Harvard Piano Society Recital
Members of the Harvard Piano Society perform.

Paine Hall, Music Building
4-4:20

Dvorak Bass Quintet
Come hear freshman star bassist Kristen Underhill ’04 perform the Dvorak Bass Quintet with Eileen Woo ’01, violin; Jane Kang ’01, violin; Sarah Darling ’02, viola; and Peter Anderegg ’04, cello.

The Parlor, Phillips Brooks House
4-4:20

Harvard Pops Orchestra
The Harvard Pops Orchestra performs a special program for children, including "Entry of the Gladiators," the traditional circus theme.

Sanders Theatre
4-4:20

Jwado P’angut
Han Ma-Eum performs "Jwado P’angut," an exciting drum and dance piece from traditional Chuson Korea. Come watch the power and beauty of old Korea. Robert Lim, leader; Myeonyun Jang ’02, dance leader; Aram Yang ’02, buk leader; Lonnie Everson ’02, jango leader.

Science Center, Lecture Hall D
4-4:20

’Cliffe Notes a Cappella
The ’Cliffe Notes, a subset of the Radcliffe Choral Society, will perform a variety of a cappella music, including jazz standards and pop tunes. Jen Priluck ’01 and Michelle Schutz ’01, managers and conductors.

Holden Chapel

4-4:20

DANCE FESTIVAL
South Asian Association performs folk, classical, and modern Indian dance.

Harvard-Radcliffe Ballroom Dance Team presents standard ballroom and sensuous Latin dances.

Final Cut performs jazz, funk, and lyrical dance.

Lowell Hall
4:30-4:50 PM PERFORMANCE FAIR EVENTS
4:30-4:50

Harvard Glee Club Lite
Harvard Glee Club Lite, a 12-voice male a cappella group, performs a selection of songs from its repertoire of pop, jazz, and folk music. Mike McGaghie ’01, conductor; Jaron Abbot ’02, manager; J.P. Giugliano ’01, assistant conductor.

Holden Chapel
4:30-4:50

Bastien and Bastienne
"Bastien and Bastienne" is a one-act singspiel by Mozart and Rousseau, composed when Mozart was just 12 years old. This performance by the Harvard Early Music Society features a period orchestra and is sung in English. Matthew Burt MDiv ’01, music director. Performers include Neil Davidson ’03. (Continues until approximately 4:50, with a brief intermission.)

Adolphus Busch Hall
4:30-4:50

Student Scene Performances
Jessica Boyd GSAS and Jonathan Laurence GSAS present scenes from contemporary theatre. Continues until approximately 4:50 PM.

Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Room B04
4:30-4:50

Ashley Filip
Ashley Filip ’01, a singer-songwriter from Atlanta, plays original music and covers ranging from blues and country to folk and pop.

Loker Commons, Memorial Hall

4:30-4:50

Festival of Flutes
The Harvard University Flute Ensemble performs "La Garde Montante" by George Bizet (arranged by Nancy Nourse) and "Tritsch-Tratsch Polka" by Johann Strauss (arranged by Bill Holcombe and Joe Parente). Christen Ebens ’01, conductor; Ann Marie Cody ’03, librarian; Caroline DeFilippo ’01, secretary; Gina Garvin ’03, treasurer; Jill Weader ’02, manager.

Memorial Church, Main Sanctuary
4:30-4:50

Love’s Data Lost: A Musical Dot-Comedy
A young, idealistic programmer founds an Internet start-up and competes with Cold Calculating Machinations for venture capital and the woman of his dreams. This performance is a three-song excerpt of a longer work and includes "The Valuation Tango." Ezra Keshet ’99, director and writer; David Salvage ’01, music; Yoho Myrvaagnes ’01, writer.

Paine Hall, Music Building
4:30-4:50

Works for Clarinet, Piano, and Violin
Alexander Boroson ’01, Elizabeth Mahler ’01, and Jonathan Russell ’00 perform selections from Stravinsky’s "Suite from l’Histoire du Soldat," Bartok’s "Contrasts," and William Bolcom’s "Afternoon Cakewalk Suite."

The Parlor, Phillips Brooks House
4:30-4:50

Vivaldi: The Four Seasons
The Brattle Street Chamber Players, an established conductorless group of Harvard undergraduates, play selections from The Four Seasons. Soloists include Jennifer Caine ’01, Ayano Ninomiya ’01, Johnny Lee ’01, and Stephen Provine ’01.

Sanders Theatre
4:30-4:50

Invisible Down Town
Original rock music by Travis Beamish '04, Matt Kamen '03, Mikey Palmer '03, and Joe Bell '03.

Science Center, Lecture Hall D
4:30-4:50

DANCE FESTIVAL
Harvard Ballet Company performs "Cradle Song".

Salsa Society.

Mainly Jazz Dance Company presents modern, ballet, and other dance forms along with its main focus: jazz.

CityStep is a public service organization that teaches dance, self-esteem, and creativity to fifth- and sixth-grade Cambridge public school students.

Lowell Hall

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