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By Karen Nikos-Rose on January 9, 2019

Henry Spiller on harp in noon concert

UC Davis Professor of Music Henry Spiller performs works by Sophia Dussek, Marcel Tournier, Ami Ma’ayani, and Lou Harrison at the Shinkoskey Noon Concert Thursday at 12:05 p.m. Chris Froh will be on percussion.

Gottfried Kirchhoff: Aria and Rigaudon

John Bull: The King’s Hunt

Sophia Dussek: Sonata in C Minor

Marcel Tournier: Images

Lou Harrison: Pieces for Harp

Carlos Salzedo: Chanson dans la Nuit

The concert is, as always, free, at the Ann E. Pitzer Recital Hall, UC Davis. (There will be no noon concert next week).

Faculty recital Friday is Music on the Orient Express

Ann Lavin, on clarinet, will perform Music on the Orient Express Friday night, 7 to 9 p.m., at the Ann E. Pitzer Center, UC Davis, with John Cozza, piano.

“From Paris to Constantinople”—

Debussy: Première rhapsodie

Edward Hines: Yeni Makam No. 4 for Clarinet and Percussion with Chris Froh, percussion

Finzi: Five Bagatelles, op. 23

“From the salons of Budapest and Vienna”—

Leó Weiner: Peregi verbunk

Brahms: Clarinet Sonata No. 1 in F Minor, op. 120, no. 1

$12 Students and Children, $24 Adults (Open Seating)

Ann E. Pitzer Center. View map

Alum at Verge in contemporary exhibition

Work by alumna Chaitra Bangalore (BA 2015) is featured in the exhibition “Home and Away” at the Verge Center for the Arts in Sacramento through Jan. 20.

The exhibition features the work of two California artists – Bangalore and Jennifer Lugris. Bangalore’s portion of the show is titled “Brown Body, Body Hair.” Bangalore is an artist and educator in Sacramento. Her work focuses on South Asian identity, body hair and the different definitions of female beauty. She uses a variety of mediums and methods in her work: oil painting, printmaking, digital illustration, pen and ink, scratchboard, drawing and embroidery.

Verge art
Left Image: Chaitra Bangalore, “An Arm and a Half”, Oil Painting, 2017

Right Image: Jennifer Lugris, “Hope”, Acrylic on Canvas, 2018 (courtesy, Verge)

According to Verge’s description of the exhibition, the name Home and Away is a tongue in cheek reference to rivaling teams in a sporting match. Verge is turning this concept on its head by bringing two California artists together to spotlight some of the state’s best work and continue the greater dialogue of contemporary art in the region.

Bangalore is an artist and educator in Sacramento.

More information: Vergeart.com

Coming up: History, Labor, Life: The Prints of Jacob Lawrence

At the Crocker Art Museum, starting Jan. 27 and running through April, is “History, Labor, Life: The Prints of Jacob Lawrence.” The exhibition provides a comprehensive overview of influential American artist Lawrence’s (1917–2000) printmaking oeuvre, featuring more than 90 works produced from 1963 to 2000. The exhibition explores three major themes that occupied the artist’s graphic works: history, labor, and life. Lawrence’s recording and recollection of African American and larger African diasporic histories are featured, as well as his vivid observations of the dynamic city life in his native Harlem, New York City.

Works in the exhibition span from 1963 to 2000 and include complete print portfolios, such as the Toussaint L’Ouverture series, The Legend of John Brown series, and others. This exhibition is organized by the SCAD Museum of Art and is made possible with support from the Jacob and Gwendolyn Lawrence Foundation. www.crockerart.org

Of interest

Check out this piece on how art and society interact. From the U.S. Department of Arts and Culture.