Friday, October 30, 2009

Around Middletown in 80 Days - Day 67

Hearts Pounding/Skins Taught
Memorial Chapel 8 pm
$4 General Admissions; $2 Wesleyan Students

Phileas will make yet another trip to explore the arts offerings of Wesleyan University's Center for the Arts. Phileas will spend the evening in Memorial Chapel. First he'll take in an exciting exploration of repertoire for percussion and keyboard instruments, featuring compositions by faculty and student composers and friends. Alvin Lucier "Hands" and "Sizzles", Neely Bruce "Vistas", and other works and premiers by Jay Hoggard, Ron Kuivilla and others, including the rock concerto for organ, "Tryptych" of Giovanni Mikhailov.

And since Phileas is from a classic novel that will be retold with a new twist at Oddfellows Playhouse in only a few more days...he'll stay in his seat and take in a horror classic that is being retold with live organ accompaniment at 10pm.

Halloween Silent Film: Phantom of the Opera
With live organ accompaniment

Friday, October 30, 10pm

Memorial Chapel
- Free admission

The annual Halloween silent film featuring Phantom of the Opera with live accompaniment by student organists. Costumes encouraged! Phileas will be dressed as a Wesleyan student.

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