Featured Events

Afternoon Organ Recital Series
Adan Fernandez, organ

Samuelson Chapel

This lunchtime performance will feature timeless organ music by Bach, Buxtehude, Widor and Vierne, along with improvisations on popular themes.

Contagion! “The First Modern Pandemic: Spanish Influenza”
History Lecture Series

Lundring Events Center

The COVID-19 pandemic renewed interest in the global history of infectious diseases. This year’s lecture series presented by History Department faculty and other experts focuses on different periods in world history when societies faced pandemics and their consequences.

Franzen Organ Recital
Daryl Robinson

Samuelson Chapel

Daryl Robinson, assistant professor and director of organ studies at the University of Houston’s Moores School of Music, will perform works from the 16th through 21st centuries, from German to French classical, and music commissioned by him.

Look Who’s Back
Foreign film

Richter Hall

In the 2015 German film Look Who’s Back, Adolf Hitler wakes up in the 21st century. He quickly gains media attention, and although Germany finds him hilarious and charming, Hitler makes some serious observations about society. 

Faculty Recital
Cellist Yoshika Masuda with guest pianist Hyejin Kim

Samuelson Chapel

The duo will perform works for cello and piano written by female composers, with compositions spanning 250 years.

 

National Poetry Month Celebration
Guest Writer Series

William Rolland Gallery of Fine Art

Celebrate National Poetry Month by joining CLU professor emeritus of art Larkin Higgins and CLU professor of English Jacqueline Lyons for a poetry reading and audience Q&A.

 

“Cabeza de Vaca and the Problem of Early Encounters”
History Lecture Series

Ullman Conference Center 100/101

Andrés Reséndez, a professor of history at UC Davis, will address the earliest sustained European exploration of large areas that become the United States, a venture that turned out to be an unmitigated disaster. 

CLU Music Student Showcase

Samuelson Chapel

The Music Department is proud to present a concert featuring some of the university's most talented musicians in an eclectic array of solo and chamber music performances.

Areté Vocal Ensemble
A Tribute to Stephen Sondheim (1930-2021)

Samuelson Chapel

Areté concludes its 13th season with A Tribute to Stephen Sondheim.

Contagion! “COVID-19 and the Effectiveness of Our Response”
History Lecture Series

Lundring Events Center

The COVID-19 pandemic renewed interest in the global history of infectious diseases. This year’s lecture series presented by History Department faculty and other experts focuses on different periods in world history when societies faced pandemics and their consequences.

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