Using newly available information, Francis Gary Powers Jr. presents facts and dispels misinformation surrounding the downing of the American U-2 spy plane piloted by his father over the Soviet Union on May 1, 1960.
Cellist Yoshika Masuda and friends present an evening of string chamber music in pieces ranging from duos to quartets.
Following a moving and memorable performance in November, Areté returns to the stage to conclude its 11th season. In response to an outpouring of requests, the innovative professional ensemble of vocal artists gives a repeat performance of Considering Matthew Shepard by Craig Hella-Johnson. Wyant Morton conducts.
The 45th festival of Nordic cultures, the largest such event in Southern California, features music, dancing, cooking and craft demonstrations, presentations, vendors and activities for people of all ages. Festival runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
Cal Lutheran proudly presents this exploration by senior art majors of environmental, political, cultural and emotional subject matter.
Drawing on findings from her award-winning book, sociologist Jennifer Reich examines how parents make decisions about their children’s health and specifically vaccines.
The documentary film Time for Ilhan intimately chronicles Ilhan Omar's hard-fought campaign for state representative in Minnesota’s house district 60B, home to the nation’s largest Somali community.
In conjunction with New Musicals Inc., the Theatre and Dance Department and the Music Department present five 15-minute original musicals.
The Cal Lutheran Choir presents its annual Spring Concert with Wyant Morton conducting.
The Wind Ensemble, under the direction of Michael Hart, and the University String Symphony, under the direction of Yoshika Masuda, perform masterworks for their ensembles then join forces to perform works for full symphony orchestra.