Upcoming Events

University Theatre: “Love’s Labor’s Lost”

2:00 pm–4:30 pm Temple Building
By William Shakespeare. Directed by guest director Melora Kordos.

University Theatre: “Love’s Labour’s Lost”

7:30 pm–10:00 pm Temple Building
By William Shakespeare. Directed by guest director Melora Kordos.

University Theatre: “Love’s Labour’s Lost”

7:30 pm–10:00 pm Temple Building
By William Shakespeare. Directed by guest director Melora Kordos.

Wet Ink

7:30 pm Westbrook Music Building
The Composition program at the Glenn Korff School of music presents its WET INK concert series for the Fall 2014 semester. This two evening concert series features an especially varied and rich set of premieres from the student composers of UNL.

Wet Ink

7:30 pm Westbrook Music Building
The Composition program at the Glenn Korff School of music presents its WET INK concert series for the Fall 2014 semester. This two evening concert series features an especially varied and rich set of premieres from the student composers of UNL.

Percussion Ensemble

7:30 pm Kimball Recital Hall
The UNL Percussion Ensemble presents its Fall 2014 concert with staples of the repertoire by Varese, Reich, and Thierry de Mey. The program will also include Jake Remington’s tour de force for percussion orchestra Prelude to Paradise and regional …

Campus Orchestra

7:30 pm Kimball Recital Hall
The fledgling orchestra is in its first term. This ensemble does not require an audition and is open to string playing university students from all across the campus. For such a new ensemble, a nice group has formed for its first concert on Dec. 3. …

Sax Ensembles

7:30 pm Westbrook Music Building
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln Saxophone Studio is pleased to present its fall 2014 ensembles concert featuring works for saxophone choir, Supersax ensembles and for jazz quartet. This concert will feature works by Bryd, Bach, Schmidt, Parker, …

Theatrix: “Wildflower”

7:30 pm–10:00 pm Temple Building
By Lila Rose Kaplan. Directed by Jessie Debolt.

Wind Ensemble

7:30 pm Kimball Recital Hall
What would happen if you could transport a Renaissance dancing master into the 21st century? And what would Shakespeare’s star-crossed lovers sound like if they were wooing in the modern era? Join the wind ensemble as they overlay past and present …