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Apologies
Wednesday, May 18, 12:00 - 12:30 PM Stevenson Union Foyer
Camden Wade sings and plays guitar to a self-composed song.

As You Like It 2016
Friday, May 20, 2:00 - 4:00 PM Hannon Library Rotunda
An innovative production of As You Like It performed in Hannon Library, moving all around the building and delving into themes of love, broadening the human experience and college life. Jadi Dicksa, Hannah Fawcett, Sarah Glasgow, Katie Herling, John Alan Hulbert, Jamin Jollo, Grace Ingrid Kent, Alex Magni, Daryl Maplethorpe, Stefani Potter, Jake Raiter, Nolan Sanchez, Kyle Sanderson, Lakia Solomon, Tyler Teich, Martha Thatcher, Brenly Treece

A Travel Through Time
Monday, May 16, 7:30 - 8:30 PM Music Recital Hall
This choral performance includes pieces throughout the span of time, dating from the Renaissance, to a song written three years ago. This concert takes the audience through a travel of time and how music has evolved and what music truly means in each musical time period: Mark Brown, Michelle Cipollone, Ken Depp, Lincoln Ennis, Zachary Gifford, Zachery Marshall, Dacey McCrae, Tim McElroy, Hannah Pearcey, Emma Reh, Ryan Weber

Billy Shakes and Friends
Wednesday, May 18, 10:30 - 11:30 AM Hannon Library Meese Room
A reworking of Shakespeare’s sonnets: Mary Cerf, Taya Dixon, Zachary Hannan, Allison Hedges, Mike Hedges, Kelia Hegeman, Alan Hemingway, Griffin Hunter, Nicholas Jacobs, Jane Johnson, Ellie Leach, Hugo Lemoine, Ash Mesa, Annie Murrell, Giovanni Pulido, Garrett Ramsey, Bailey Selecky, Jonah Thorpe-Kramp, Kendra Wilcox

CAGED
Monday, May, 16 1:30 - 2:15 PM Music Recital Hall
In this performance-art piece, revealing the hidden truths behind factory farming, the public will have an opportunity to witness the experience of animals caught up in this major agricultural practice in the USA. Includes graphic visuals and a brief talk: Paige Adler, Hannah Carter, Casper Clausen, Sarita Cronyn-Lloyd, Natalie Davis, Armando Martinez, Isaac Ramirez Islas, Avery Selisch, Kira Welch

Cascade by Colin Malloy
Tuesday, May 17, 2:00 - 2:30 PM Britt Lawn
Cascade is a sonic exploration of the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument, a geologically distinct landscape defined by three mountain ranges: the Cascades, Siskiyous, and the Klamath mountains. This is a piece for percussion ensemble and three-channel soundscape. The soundscape is constructed from field recordings made at the monument and the sheet music is inspired by the landscapes surrounding it, celebrating the monument while exploring our own relationship to it. Cascade was partially funded by a grant from the Friends of Cascade- Siskiyou National Monument. Performed by Jared Brown, Lindsay Burns, Nelson Cornejo, Jordan Curcuruto, Evan Daggett, Joseph Howe, Bryan Jeffs, Adam Lion, Terry Longshore, Colin Malloy, Rain Milam, Brenna Netsky, Jake Riggs, Lucas Sennhauser, Darby Spence, Brian Taylor, Joseph Tierney, Kevin Younker.     

Clavem Lux
Wednesday, May, 18 12:30 – 1:30PM Hannon Library Rotunda
A fun and beautiful mix of spiritual and popular accapella music including an arrangement of "And So It Goes" by Billy Joel. Prepared and performed by SOU student ensemble Clavem Lux: Megan Bradner, Ron Hart, Strand Hill, Erin Morlan, Bailey Snelgrove, Sam Tacher

Human Chess
Friday, May 20, 10:00 - 12:00 PM Stevenson Union Courtyard
Cosplay Club will be collaborating with the Medieval Arts club and Chess club to put on a life-sized game of chess using people as chess pieces. This gives all three clubs an opportunity to show off their particular skills and interests in costume-making, staged combat, performance, and chess: Kenya Anderson, Alayna Brand, Eric Corbin, Toby Greenfield, Teresa Grote, Aimee Hay, Nicole Hoefflinger, Josh Howlett, Lauren Kelly, Alison Lepley, Jessica Lepley, Krystal Patterson, Laura Payne, Sean Schaeffer, Callie Segotta, Jessie Weigel

Saxophone Recital with Otis and Haruko Murphy
Tuesday, May 17, 7:30 - 9:00 PM Music Recital Hall
Otis Murphy is professor of saxophone at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. He is in great demand as an international soloist and clinician, having performed in some 20 countries worldwide across four continents. Murphy has garnered a number of awards as a performer, including international prizes in Belgium’s Adolphe Sax International Saxophone Competition, France’s Jean-Marie Londeix International Saxophone Competition, and the Heida Hermanns International Woodwind Competition in the United States. In April he made his Carnegie Hall debut at the Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage.

Solo with piano
Tuesday, May 17, 1:30 - 2:00 PM Stevenson Union Elmo’s
Zhi Pu and Jodi French perform the soprano saxophone, accompanied by piano.

SOU Jazz Ensemble
Thursday, May 19, 4:00 - 4:45 PM Stevenson Union Courtyard
Presenting an exciting performance of contemporary, upbeat modern jazz, borrowing from pop, rock, funk and much more: Jacob Castor, Daniel Chavez, Gabe Cook, Brandon Crafts, Steve Davidson, Sarah Ennes, Jennifer Garcia, Zachary Gifford, Tony Hayes, David Hubert, Ben Mozier, Randy Nguyen, Jacob Riggs, Mack Sherrill, Darby Spence, Elvira Teran, Eli Toombs, Chelsea Villanueva, Bradley White

SOU Raider Band
Friday, May 20, 4:00 - 4:30 PM Stevenson Union Courtyard
The Raider Band serves at the musical entertainment for all Southern Oregon University home football and basketball games: Holly Babonis, Jacob Caster, Daniel Chavez, Nelson Cornejo, Jordan Curcuruto, Mark Davis, Ryan Freiheit, Hanako Jones, Ewan McCarthy, McKenzie McCoy, Abraham Murillo, Gabriel Neimark, Brenna Netzky, Lauren Pauli, Jacob Riggs, Lucas Sennhauser, Darby Spence, Elvira Teran, Julie Urbach, Madison Vann, Coleen Wheeler.

Sweetgrass Poetry Jam: Connecting to the Disconnect
Monday, May 16, 2:30 - 3:15 PM Stevenson Union Courtyard
Reflective poetry spoken to live music on topics of deep ecology, changes in the environment, and our relationship with nature: Paige Adler, Natalie Davis, Grace Dougan, Sabrina Hebert, Makayla McElravy, Jordan O'Donnell, Emma Reh, Sera Shimomura, Robin Stevens, Noah Terando

Talking to the Cows: The life of an Alphonr player
Tuesday May 17, 3:00 - 3:30 PM Stevenson Union Elmo’s
New compositions and video for the Alphonr presented by faculty members: Cynthia Hutton and Mark Jacobs, Music. Music and video includes tribute to the Native Tribes of Oregon.

When Life Gives You Lemons, Do Yoga
Thursday May 19, 12:00 - 2:00 PM Britt Lawn
Yoga class open to drop-in audience members, with a lemonade stand fundraiser for the Schneider Museum of Art.

Mig Windows Presents An Original Script
Friday May 20, 5:30 - 7:00 PM Stevenson Union Diversions
Original script reading by Mig Windows featuring a surprise cast.