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Feb. 7th Niall Connolly – Join the wonderfully talented musician Niall Connolly for some traditional Irish and original urban folk music. Carman Hall, Room B-04. This event is co-sponsored by the CUNY Institute For Irish American Studies.
Feb 21st The Persuasions – “They Still Ain’t Got No Band But They’re Still Making Music After All These Years.” A Celebration of Life, A Cappella Music and History at The Lovinger Theater. This event is co-sponsored by the Dept. of African & African American Studies.
Feb. 28th Charles Hale – In Search of Distant Voices: An Afternoon With Charles Hale, “Who Am I?” at the Black Box Studio Theater. This event is co-sponsored by the CUNY Institute For Irish American Studies.
March 21st The Con Brio Ensemble – A Lehman College musical standard since 1993, the Con Brio Ensemble, a chamber trio featuring Lehman College music professors, will perform timeless classical music selections. Recital Hall / Music Building, Room 306. This event is co-sponsored in conjunction with the Music Department.
April 4th Jane Cleland – Author of The Josie Prescott Antiques Mysteries and member of the English Department faculty presents a discussion on Finding Stolen Art: A Detective Takes on the Nazis. According to Interpol and the FBI, the Nazis stole almost 20 percent of all Western art. To this day, more than 20,000 objects are still missing.
The Black Box Studio Theater.
April 25th – Billy Collins, John Balaban – In a celebration of Poetry Month at the Lovinger Theatre, former Poet Laureate of the United States, Billy Collins, John Balaban and other distinguished poets will hold their third annual performance. This event is co-sponsored by the CUNY Institute For Irish American Studies.
May 9th— Contemporary Cartographies – Art Gallery Tour and Lecture – A personal guided tour by the artists of their current exhibit, Contemporary Cartographies. The exhibition will include a group of contemporary artists who use the language and imagery of maps to communicate an array of ideas. The Lehman College Art Gallery.