ASU Gammage 'Beyond' Series Presents: Malpaso Dance

Based in Havana, Cuba, Malpaso Dance Company is bringing Cuban contemporary dance into the 21st century by collaborating with top international choreographers and nurturing new voices in Cuban choreography. The company’s core artistic vision is led by resident repertory choreographer Osnel Delgado who develops its work through acollective creative process. Malpaso was founded in 2012 by Delgado, Daileidys Carrazana and Fernando Saéz and consists of 16 extraordinary dancers.

'This May be the Last Time' Film Screening and Comedy Show

"This May be the Last Time" is an American documentary film produced and directed by Sterlin Harjo, a Native American who investigates his family history about songs all woven together by a mystery. The film's world premier was at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival.

The film is hosted by Bobby Wilson, a member of the 1491s sketch comedy group. He will perform after the film. 

ASU Law ILP Alumni JD/MBA Panel

Verrin Kewenvoyouma, managing partner, Kewenvoyouma Law PLLC

Verrin Kewenvoyouma is the owner of Kewenvoyouma Law, PLLC. Kewenvoyouma and his firm are dedicated to providing high quality, efficient and affordable legal services to tribes, tribal entities and Indian entrepreneurs. Kewenvoyouma’s practice is generally focused on business law and economic development, but specifically include: finance, commercial transactions, business formations, government relations, gaming, water rights and day-to-day general counsel services.

Nursing Degree Panel

Learn the ins and outs of traditional prelicensure clinical nursing program from current students, faculty and advisors.

The panel will answer all of your questions about applying to the program, insider tips about each cohort, what life is really like and much more.

'Women Also Know Stuff': Starting and Sustaining a Movement

In 2016, Samara Klar, assistant professor of political science at the University of Arizona, started www.WomenAlsoKnowStuff.com as an attempt to help combat gender inequality in academia. Come hear Klar discuss how the initiative has evolved to inspire a growing movement in political science and what individuals are doing to help fight implicit biases in academia more broadly.

Student Recital Series: Jeremy Ulm, Horn

Join sophomore Jeremy Ulm for a horn recital featuring works by Mozart, Poulenc, Persichetti and Saint-Saens. Jeremy will be accompanied by pianist John Solari.

This recital is given in partial fulfillment of the Bachelor of Music in Performance degree requirements.  

Student degree recitals are subject to cancellation. Before making a special trip, please check the School of Music event hotline, 480-965-8863 for up to date information. 

 

'Flute Composers and French Music,' or Flute Music by French Composers

"Flute Music by French Composers" is arguably one of the best anthologies that contain prize-winning compositions of the Paris Conservatory. Many of these works are composed by celebrated flutists Paul Taffanel and Philippe Gaubert, who were both flutists and composers.

Spend your homecoming weekend with faculty artists Elizabeth Buck on the flute and accompanist Andrew Campbell on piano as they present "Flute Composers and French Music."

Buy three or more general admission, alumni, faculty/staff or senior tickets between Aug. 1 and Sept. 15 and receive 25 percent off.

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