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MostArts Festival July 6 Monday Events
MostArts Festival July 6 Monday Events 12:00 Free Daily Chamber Music Concerts in Holmes Auditorium, Harder Hall 1:00 -"The Power of Goodness" Opening at Powell Campus Center 4:30- The Unveiling of "Earth Dancer" at the corner of Main and W. University. Sculpture by Glen Zweygardt- installed for the 2015 MostArts Festival. 5:30-7:00 "Ceramic Art at Alfred" Cohen Gallery Opening Reception 7:30 Evening Concert Series featuring Anthony Pattin in Recital Miller Theater-Ticket Office opens at 6:30
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Ceramic Art at Alfred - Opening Reception
- Location: Cohen Gallery
- Time: 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
The Cohen Gallery presents Ceramic Art at Alfred: Summer Session Faculty and Staff, featuring the work of eleven ceramic artists. The exhibition will be on display from July 6th through July 11th with an opening reception on Monday, July 6th from 5:30 - 7pm. Exhibiting artists include: Jessica Detweiler, John Gill, Luc Hammond-Thomas, Wayne Higby, Inchin Lee, Walter McConnell, Matt Metz, Shawn Murrey, Linda Sikora, Keith Simpson, Akria Tao. The gallery will be open daily from 11am -2pm. Don’t miss this short - but very sweet - exhibition. For further information, contact Sharon McConnell at
Festival Day 2
- Location: Alfred University
- Time: All Day
Noon- Chamber Music Series, Holmes Auditorium-Harder Hall

7:30 p.m. - Miller Theater Evening Concert Series
Cohen Gallery Opening
- Location: Cohen Gallery
- Time: 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Cohen Gallery Opening Reception "Ceramic Art at Alfred." Cohen Gallery is at 55 Main S., Alfred.
"Sound Bite Samplers"
- Location: Holmes Auditorium
- Time: 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Noon concerts "Sound Bite Samplers" feature musicians from the orchestra and guest pianists; repertoire varies each day. Free concerts.
Evening Concert Recital by Pianist Anthony Pattin
- Location: Miller Theater
- Time: 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Featuring works by Ravel, Schubert, and Rachmaninoff.
Tickets are required for all Evening Concerts and the dance. Tickets may be purchased on the website or at the door.
Today's Events   past press releases...
01-Jul-15 — AU offers students a 'Best Buy' education according to Fiske Guide to Colleges 2016

Alfred University (AU) has been named a “Best Buy” nationally among 24 private institutions listed in the just-released “Fiske Guide to Colleges Best Buys of 2016.” The University has been included in the publication consistently for more than 16 years.

30-Jun-15 — MostArts Festival opens 'pop-up shop' selling tickets for event activities, local artists' works

A “pop-up shop” is now open in the village of Alfred. All are invited to visit the little Terra Cotta Office building across from the Post Office on Main Street, where visitors will find Alfred University’s (AU) MostArts Festival Shop open daily through Saturday, July 11 from 2-6 p.m.

30-Jun-15 — Guest from Netherlands to perform second concert in summer carillon recital series

Alfred University’s (AU) Wingate Memorial Summer Carillon Recital Series continues Tuesday, July 14 at 7 p.m. with guest Roy Kroezen, carillonneur in three cities in the Netherlands who also teaches carillon at the Zwolle Conservatory of Music.

His Alfred program will include works by Scriabin, von Weber, Glinka, and Lannoy, as well as a medley of five Frank Sinatra tunes and a carillon arrangement of “Rhapsody in Blue” by Gershwin.

24-Jun-15 — MostArts opening concert to feature 2014 pianist competition winner Miyashita

Mayuki Miyashita, Grand Prize winner in the 2014 Young Pianist Competition at Alfred University’s (AU) inaugural MostArts Festival, returns to the Miller Theater stage for the event’s 2015 opening concert, Sunday, July 5, at 7:30 p.m.

Miyashita, a ninth-grader from Maryville, TN, will perform with the MostArts Festival Orchestra – a small, Mozart-sized ensemble - with Dr. Lisa Lantz, the guiding force behind the festival, conducting. A gala reception will follow the program ($$ see below).