Mar
22
Fri
Cornell College Steel Drum Ensembles @ King Chapel
Mar 22 @ 7:30 pm

Cornell’s active steel drum program is one of the most sought-after performing groups on campus. The steel drum program has been a part of the Cornell College Music Department for 20 years and its bands have toured extensively throughout the U.S. and internationally. Directed by Dr. Martin Hearne.

Mar
26
Tue
UI School of Music presents UI Symphony Orchestra @ Hancher Auditorium
Mar 26 @ 7:30 pm

William LaRue Jones, conductor

Aaron Copland Appalachian Spring
William Grant Still Symphony No. 1 (Afro-American)
Aram Khachaturian Concerto for Piano
Ksenia Nosikova, piano

Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend all University of Iowa sponsored events. If you are a person with a disability who requires a reasonable accommodation in order to participate in this program, please contact the sponsoring department or contact person listed in advance of the event.

Mar
27
Wed
Founders Return: Red Cedar Chamber Music with the Boland-Dowdall Duo @ Central City Library
Mar 27 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Founders Return

Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue!

Red Cedar Chamber Music presents music for flute, violin, cello and guitar. Founding directors Jan Boland and John Dowdall return as guest artists after a two-year hiatus. Carey Bostian and Miera Kim can’t wait to make music with their mentors and re-present them to so many familiar audiences. Look for old favorites, new favorites, great new arrangements of Dvořák and Bach, and a special appearance by Macavity: The Mystery Cat. Hmmm….something blue….may have to be a surprise.

Special thanks to Artist Sponsors Juanita Dennert, Don & Irene (Naxera) Hamous,and ImOn Communications.

Sponsored by the McIntyre Foundation and the Program Grant Fund, the Linn County Fund AND the William P. & Gayle S. Whipple Fund of the Greater Cedar Rapids Community Foundation.

Mar
28
Thu
Founders Return: Red Cedar Chamber Music with the Boland-Dowdall Duo @ Lowe Park
Mar 28 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Founders Return

Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue!

Red Cedar Chamber Music presents music for flute, violin, cello and guitar. Founding directors Jan Boland and John Dowdall return as guest artists after a two-year hiatus. Carey Bostian and Miera Kim can’t wait to make music with their mentors and re-present them to so many familiar audiences. Look for old favorites, new favorites, great new arrangements of Dvořák and Bach, and a special appearance by Macavity: The Mystery Cat. Hmmm….something blue….may have to be a surprise.

Special thanks to Artist Sponsors Juanita Dennert, Don & Irene (Naxera) Hamous,and ImOn Communications.

Sponsored by Farmers State Bank, the City of Marion, the Program Grant Fund of the Greater Cedar Rapids Community Foundation, the Giacoletto Foundation, and Fosters Heating & Air, with assistance from the Marion Arts Council.

Mar
29
Fri
Founders Return: Red Cedar Chamber Music with the Boland-Dowdall Duo @ Cedar Rapids Public Library
Mar 29 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Founders Return

Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue!

Red Cedar Chamber Music presents music for flute, violin, cello and guitar. Founding directors Jan Boland and John Dowdall return as guest artists after a two-year hiatus. Carey Bostian and Miera Kim can’t wait to make music with their mentors and re-present them to so many familiar audiences. Look for old favorites, new favorites, great new arrangements of Dvořák and Bach, and a special appearance by Macavity: The Mystery Cat. Hmmm….something blue….may have to be a surprise.

Special thanks to Artist Sponsors Juanita Dennert, Don & Irene (Naxera) Hamous,and ImOn Communications.

Sponsored by the Program Grant Fund of the GCRCF, the McIntyre Foundation, Cedar Rapids Bank & Trust, and the William P. & Gayle S. Whipple Fund of the Greater Cedar Rapids Community Foundation.

Founders Return: Red Cedar Chamber Music with the Boland-Dowdall Duo @ Sts. Peter & Paul Community Center
Mar 29 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Founders Return

Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue!

Red Cedar Chamber Music presents music for flute, violin, cello and guitar. Founding directors Jan Boland and John Dowdall return as guest artists after a two-year hiatus. Carey Bostian and Miera Kim can’t wait to make music with their mentors and re-present them to so many familiar audiences. Look for old favorites, new favorites, great new arrangements of Dvořák and Bach, and a special appearance by Macavity: The Mystery Cat. Hmmm….something blue….may have to be a surprise.

Special thanks to Artist Sponsors Juanita Dennert, Don & Irene (Naxera) Hamous, and ImOn Communications.

Sponsored by the McIntyre Foundation and both the Program Grant Fund and the William P. & Gayle S. Whipple Fund of the Greater Cedar Rapids Community Foundation.

UI School of Music presents Camerata @ Voxman Music Building Concert Hall
Mar 29 @ 7:30 pm

David Puderbaugh, conductor

Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend all University of Iowa sponsored events. If you are a person with a disability who requires a reasonable accommodation in order to participate in this program, please contact the sponsoring department or contact person listed in advance of the event.

Mar
30
Sat
Founders Return: Red Cedar Chamber Music with the Boland-Dowdall Duo @ Keystone Place at Forevergreen
Mar 30 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Founders Return

Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue!

Red Cedar Chamber Music presents music for flute, violin, cello and guitar. Founding directors Jan Boland and John Dowdall return as guest artists after a two-year hiatus. Carey Bostian and Miera Kim can’t wait to make music with their mentors and re-present them to so many familiar audiences. Look for old favorites, new favorites, great new arrangements of Dvořák and Bach, and a special appearance by Macavity: The Mystery Cat. Hmmm….something blue….may have to be a surprise.

Special thanks to Artist Sponsors Juanita Dennert, Don & Irene (Naxera) Hamous,and ImOn Communications.

Sponsored by the AEGON Transamerica Foundation and Friends of Red Cedar Chamber Music.

Kaia Kater @ Hancher Auditorium
Mar 30 @ 6:30 pm

ADULT: $25
COLLEGE STUDENT: $10
YOUTH: $10

“No Depression,” the journal of roots music, doesn’t pull any punches: “You want some authenticity in your folk music or bluegrass—I give you Kaia Kater.” Of African-Caribbean descent and born in Québec, Kater has immersed herself in Canadian folk music as well as the music of Appalachia. With superb banjo skills, a jazz inflected voice, and a gift for song craft, she respects tradition while pushing her music forward.

This season, we’re enhancing the Club Hancher experience! Details to be announced this fall.

Event Sponsors:
Jo Ellen Ross


Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend all University of Iowa sponsored events. If you are a person with a disability who requires a reasonable accommodation in order to participate in this program, please contact Hancher in advance at (319) 335-1158.

Founders Return: Red Cedar Chamber Music with the Boland-Dowdall Duo @ Ainsworth Opera House
Mar 30 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Founders Return

$20 ticket includes 6pm dinner and 7pm concert. For reservations, call 319-653-6250.

Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue!

Red Cedar Chamber Music presents music for flute, violin, cello and guitar. Founding directors Jan Boland and John Dowdall return as guest artists after a two-year hiatus. Carey Bostian and Miera Kim can’t wait to make music with their mentors and re-present them to so many familiar audiences. Look for old favorites, new favorites, great new arrangements of Dvořák and Bach, and a special appearance by Macavity: The Mystery Cat. Hmmm….something blue….may have to be a surprise.

Special thanks to Artist Sponsors Juanita Dennert, Don & Irene (Naxera) Hamous, and ImOn Communications.

Sponsored by Hills Bank & Trust.