The first two weekends of December are filled with concerts, from Handel's "Messiah" and A Cappella Choir classics to jazz combos and carols with a Caribbean twist.
Monday, Jan. 19
The Mills Gallery will feature three exhibits under the title Dear Mother Nature. The first show features artist Portia Munson and runs from January 19 through February 13. Ms. Munson will be one of three Allison B. Allen Visiting Artists in the first semester of 2015.
Thursday, Mar. 5
The Taming of the Shrew by William Shakespeare Told through a contemporary lens with a hipster culture twist, the classic tale of the battle of the sexes is brought to life on the Kruidenier Center stage. Brought up in a truly modern family, the tempestuous and sharp-tongued Kate bows down to no man, but then ladies man Petruchio swaggers into town with a plan to steal Kates closely guarded heart. Through bickering and brawling, this comedic couple finally end up in a relationship of true love and understanding which neither one could have ever predicted.
Wednesday, Jan. 28
This varied string trio concert is guaranteed to be diverse, rich and colorful, and includes music from France, Czech Republic, Hungary and .
Thursday, Jan. 29
10-12 Grade High School students perform a concert after an all day workshop.
Friday, Jan. 30
Iowa Music Teachers Association - District Auditions.
With a specialty in printmaking, Mat Kelly also teaches Visual Language and drawing courses and works with senior art majors on their thesis projects.