April 11, 2013
Golf at Big Four Classic: Crooked Stick GC, Zionsville, IN, 11:00AM - 11:00AM
Chapel Talk: Beth Swift: Chapel , 11:15AM
Speaking at Chapel this week will be the Wabash College Archivist Beth Swift with a talk titled "George Valentine Kendall - the gentleman and his rule."
Brass Ensemble Concert: Fine Arts Center Salter Concert Hall, 7:30PM
The Wabash College Brass Ensemble will present a spring concert at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, April 11, in Salter Concert Hall in the Fine Arts Center. The Wabash College Brass Ensemble will present a concert that travels through Europe and references different people and places through the century straddling 1600. From the cathedrals of Venice, to the court of Queen Elizabeth I, to the Town Hall in Leipzig, there is a rich tradition of Renaissance and Reformation era music for brass instruments serving church, monarch and town. The concert also opens with an exciting piece from Music for the Royal Fireworks by G. F. Handel, and culminates with English and U. S. American folk songs. Under the direction of Professor Peter Hulen, the Brass Ensemble has performed a wide variety of works from the Renaissance to the avant-garde, from 16th-century cathedrals and town halls, to the blues and the Beatles. Admission to the concert is free. The public is cordially invited.
Reading by Dan Simmons '70: Baxter Hall 101 (Lovell Lecture Room), 8:00PM
Award-winning author Dan Simmons, '70 will give a reading at 8 pm in Baxter 101. Simmons is one of the most prolific and accomplished authors of our day, having written more than 20 novels and short story collections. He is the author of the New York Times bestselling novel "The Terror" and the more recent "Flashback." He has won numerous awards including the Hugo award for his Sci-Fi novel "Hyperion." Simmons will be reading from his forthcoming novel "The Abominable," a thriller about the 1925 race to the top of Mt. Everest.
Carmike Capri Cinema 8 Show Schedule: 205 Dry Branch Drive