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Shakespeare's R & J Tuesday, September 26 7:00 PM @ Dobbs Theatre

By Joe Calarco

When four young prep school students begin taking turns reading William Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet” aloud, the story itself becomes more and more thrilling. The rigidity of their own lives begins to parallel the lives of the characters in the play. 

Recommeneded for mature audiences due to strong languages and adult themes. 

 

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Shakespeare's R & J Wednesday, September 27 7:00 PM @ Dobbs Theatre

By Joe Calarco

When four young prep school students begin taking turns reading William Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet” aloud, the story itself becomes more and more thrilling. The rigidity of their own lives begins to parallel the lives of the characters in the play. 

Recommeneded for mature audiences due to strong languages and adult themes. 

 

Concert Choir
New Beginnings Combined Choirs Concert Saturday, September 30 7:00 PM @ Glenn-McGinnis Hall

The New Beginnings Combined Choirs Concert features Christopher Tucker's world premiere commission "Dawning of the Day" in honor of the newly renovated Glenn-McGinnis Hall. This concert is part of the Grand Re-Opening events for Glenn-McGinnis Hall. Cost is $5 or free with YHC ID. Tickets can be purchased at yhc.edu/glennmcginnishall

Violinist Dr. Rachael Fischer
Guest Artist Concert: Dr. Rachael Fischer Monday, October 2 7:00 PM @ Glenn-McGinnis Hall

Violinist Rachael Fischer, D.M.A, began playing the violin at age four and continues to perform as a soloist and chamber musician. She has been invited to perform for regional, national and international events, and her recent concert appearances include chamber music performances with clarinetist Jon Manasse, the Aspen String Trio, and the University of Georgia string faculty. Dr. Fischer has completed extensive training sessions with the St. Lawrence and Julliard string quartets.

Student Recital
Mu Phi Epsioln Student Recital Tuesday, October 17 7:00 PM @ Glenn-McGinnis Hall

Featuring members of YHC’s chapter of Mu Phi Epsilon, this concert showcases the talents of students involved in this co-educational international professional music fraternity that recognizes both scholarship and musicianship. 

Combined Concert
Chamber Choir, Concert Choir and Wind Ensemble Combined Concert Saturday, October 21 7:00 PM @ Glenn-McGinnis Hall

This eclectic event held during YHC’s annual Family Weekend will serve as a snapshot of the Department of Music by featuring several of the College’s talented music groups. 

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Timothy Mooney Repertory Theatre presents: Breakneck Hamlet! Friday, October 27 7:00 PM @ Glenn-McGinnis Hall

Adapted from William Shakespear

In this fast, epic, insightful, and funny introduction to one of Shakespeare’s greatest play of all time, Breakneck Hamlet! ask questions such as “‘Why can’t Hamlet make up his mind?,’ ‘What is Hamlet’s real issue with Claudius?,’ and ‘What phrase of ‘To be or not to be’ makes sense of the whole speech?” By factoring in historical perspectives, Mooney leads the reader through the intimate thought processes of an actor working his way through the “Mount Everest of Theatrical Roles.” In this celebrated adaptation of Shakespeare’s play, Mooney discusses topics that may not seem obvious to the reader by revealing several clues that lead him to particular character choices which vividly distinguish Claudius from Hamlet, Laertes, Horatio, and others!

Trent Sizemore Photography
Trent Sizemore, '14 Thursday, November 2 6:00 PM @ Campus Gate Art Gallery

Alice Hirt & Jo Bearse Endowed Art Exhibition

YHC alum Trent Sizemore, '14, followed his dream of moving out west a day after graduation. He currently resides in West Yellowstone, Montana, between the Tetons National Park and Yellowstone National Park as her pursues a career in wildlife photography. Since moving out west, he has written a book titled "Moving West: A Journey From Georgia to Montana" that documents his experiences and photographs from his two years in Yellowstone. His art embodies the beauty of wildlife and the majestic landscapes of a life he once only dreamed about. 

Exhibit: Nov. 2- 21
Opening Reception: Nov. 2, 6 p.m.

YHC concert band musicians
YHC Concert Band: Senior Showcase Thursday, November 2 7:00 PM @ Glenn-McGinnis Hall

The Young Harris College Concert Band will present an evening of musical stylings showcasing the graduating seniors. 

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Percussion Ensemble Recital Monday, November 6 7:00 PM @ Glenn-McGinnis Hall

Admission: Free

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