OPA Celebrates 150: ‘Nebraska in Motion’

In Arts, on September 22nd, 2017

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Omaha, NE—To celebrate Nebraska 150, Omaha Performing Arts will present Nebraska in Motion a performance comprising 14 of the area’s prominent dance troupes. This is OPA’s first time putting this event together, and Taylor Wyatt, Community Engagement Assistant, explained that it’s fitting for the sesquicentennial.

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A “Concerto for Violin and Jazz Trio” opens the 2017/18 Masterworks Series

In Arts, on September 22nd, 2017

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Vesper Concerts Begins with ‘Baroque Sensations’

In Arts, on September 16th, 2017

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Omaha, NE—The Vesper Concert series, based at the Presbyterian Church of the Cross, begins its next season this weekend with “Baroque Sensations,” a collection of pieces from the composers of the era—Telemann, Vivaldi, and Bach. The concert will feature flute, violins, viola, cello and harpsichord. Juliet Yoshida, violinist with the Omaha Symphony has also organized “Baroque Sensations.”

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‘Omaha Reads’ Author to Discuss New Novel Tonight

In Arts, on September 14th, 2017

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Omaha, NE—Author Jonis Agee, born in Omaha, raised in Nebraska and Missouri, has written 12 books—six novels as a well as short fiction and poetry. She’s won numerous awards for her work and currently teaches creative writing and 20th century fiction at the University of Nebraska , Lincoln.

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UNO’s Reading Series Begins with Lisa Fay Coutley

In Arts, on September 12th, 2017

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Omaha, NE—UNO’s Writers’ Workshop Reading Series invites poets and writers to Omaha to give the community a chance to hear today’s leading voices.

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‘Chapter 5: River’: A Visual Novel

In Arts, on September 8th, 2017

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Omaha, NE—Visual artist Nancy Friedemann-Sánchez, born in Bogota, Colombia, has been a resident of Lincoln for 6 years after a 20 year stay in NYC. Her work has been shown in various Nebraska galleries, including Darger HQ and Project Project in Omaha, and her next exhibition, Chapter 5: River, will open at the Union for Contemporary Art this Friday. The collection builds on her most recent exhibitions, representing a personal and cultural narrative.

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