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Friday, November 2, 2018

Music + Fine Arts Events

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Connecting the Light

Contact: Karoline Schleh · kmschleh@loyno.edu · (504) 723-3088

Location: Collins C. Diboll Gallery, 4th Floor, Monroe Library

Exhibition runs until 11/25. Paintings and photographs by Erica Lambertson and Akasha Rabut. Erica and Akasha met in 2009 shortly after both artists found themselves living in New Orleans. They connected artistically through a mutual love and obsession for light and color. Through the years they have collaborated informally on many projects and taken a strong interest in each others work. The concept for this show came from a mutual admiration for each others work and an interest in further exploring the connection that happens naturally through an artistic friendship. Diboll Gallery hours: Mon- Sat 10-6pm

Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw

Time: 7:30 pm to 9 pm

Contact: Laura Hope · llhope@loyno.edu · (504) 865-3586

Location: Marquette Theater, 2nd Floor, Marquette Hall

Cost: $10/$12 Get Tickets

Named for the character Pygmalion in Ovid’s metamorphosis who is a sculpture who falls in love with a woman he carved out of ivory, Shaw’s famous play tells the story of a Professor who seeks to transform the rough, cockney woman Eliza Doolittle into a passable member of cultured society.

Nadja Salerno Sonnenberg with the Loyola Strings

Time: 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm

Contact: Nadja Salerno Sonnenberg · nasaso@aol.com · (504) 865-3985

Location: Roussel Performance Hall, 2nd Floor, Comm./Music Complex

Cost: $20 adults, $18 seniors/Loyola, Free to all students and School o Get Tickets

Loyola's pre-eminent student string ensemble performs with faculty conductor Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg. Program includes: Vivaldi’s Concerto for 2 Violins in G minor RV 517: Allegro, Andante, Allegro; Vivaldi’s Concerto for 2 Cellos in G minor RV 531: Allegro, Largo, Allegro; Astor Piazzolla’s Otono (Fall) from The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires; Astor Piazzolla’s Oblivion and the first movement of the Tchaikovsky String