University of Pittsburgh
February 20, 2013

University of Pittsburgh Calendar of Events, March 3-9

Contact:  412-624-4147

The following events are open to the public.

CONCERTS
University of Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, program includes Benjamin Britten's Simple Symphony and Department of Music alumnus Wyatt True (A&S ’06) as violin soloist on orchestra director Roger Zahab's vioentelechron, 8 p.m. March 6, Bellefield Hall Auditorium, Pitt Department of Music, http://www.music.pitt.edu

The Early Mays, a group comprised of Judith Avers, Emily Pinkerton, and Ellen Gozion performing their own American folk music, noon March 8, Cup and Chaucer Café, Hillman Library ground floor, The Emerging Legends Series, University of Pittsburgh Library System, Calliope: The Pittsburgh Folk Music Society, http://www.calliopehouse.org

IonSound Project: Android Ballet, the second installment of CreatION Sound that features students and their created instruments and compositions, 7 p.m. March 9, Bellefield Hall Auditorium, Pitt Department of Music, 412-422-8042, http://www.music.pitt.edu 

EXHIBITIONS
University of Pittsburgh Art Gallery, Capturing the Street: Garry Winogrand and Ned Bosnick, showcases the work of two American photographers who turned the fleeting moments of everyday life into pictures, M-F 10 a.m.-4 p.m. through March 22, Frick Fine Arts Building, 412-648-2423, http://www.haa.pitt.edu

LECTURES/SEMINARS/READINGS
“The Confucian Analects and the Invention of the Human in Early China,” Vincent Leung, Pitt assistant professor of history, noon March 6, 3703 Posvar Hall, Pitt’s Asian Studies Center, http://www.ucis.pitt.edu/asc/

“The Advent of Genome Medicine in Patient Care,” Hakon Hakonarson, director, Center of Applied Genomics, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, noon March 8, A115 Crabtree Hall, Pitt Public Health, http://www.publichealth.pitt.edu

OPERA/THEATER/DANCE
A Cloud in Trousers, poet Vladimir Mayakovsky forms a dangerous liaison with a British couple in this lyrical, linguistic romp, through March 3, Studio Theatre, Cathedral of Learning Basement, Pitt Department of Theatre Arts, http://www.play.pitt.edu

Zanna, Don’t!, tells the story of a parallel universe where homosexuality is the norm and heterosexuality is taboo, through Mar. 3, Pitt Department of Theatre Arts, Henry Heymann Theatre, lower level, Stephen Foster Memorial, 412-624-7529, http://www.play.pitt.edu

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