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Annber                       
Heritage Center Staff Spotlight

Annber Breimon, intern

Originally from Hustisford, Wisconsin, Annber is a sophomore fine and performing arts major with a concentration in theatre.  Annber has worked at Heritage Center for a year and half.  She started as an usher and technical assistant.  This past fall she started working as an office assistant and is interning this semester.  Annber enjoys working at Heritage Center because it gives her the opportunity to be creative and incorporate her fine and performing arts background into the marketing. 

Annber is a Wendt Character Scholar and helps promote compassion, integrity, and justice throughout campus and the community.  She has also been involved in nearly every fine and performing arts theatre production at UD over the last two years.  You may have seen her onstage in Memphis, Bamboozled!, Giselle, Macbeth, Noises Off, The Last Five Years, and Proof.  Currently, she is rehearsing for the upcoming production of James and the Giant Peach.  Annber is also a member of the UD Concert Choir and can’t wait to go on tour to Hawaii this May.

After graduation in December 2018, Annber plans to pursue a career in acting.  She wants to move to Atlanta because of its large film/television scene.  She plans to get an agent and begin auditioning.  Acting is her true passion, and she can’t envision herself in any other career.

 
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Mike Posner
and the Legendary Mike Posner Band


Friday, May 5, 2017 at 8:00 p.m.
John and Alice Butler Hall

 
The multiplatinum pop singer and song writer Mike Posner & The Legendary Mike Posner Band made history as one of Spotify’s Top 10 Most Streamed Songs of All Time. Since kicking off his career in 2009, Posner became one of the world’s most inescapable and recognizable voices with songs like “Cooler than Me,” “Please Don’t Go,” and his latest hit, “I Took A Pill in Ibiza.” In between tours with artists such as Justin Bieber, Posner became a sought after hitmaker. He’s the man behind smashes including Maroon 5’s “Sugar,” Justin Bieber’s “Boyfriend,” and Labrinth ft. Emeli Sandé’s “Beneath Your Beautiful.”



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Botti                        
 
Jazz Trumpeter Chris Botti
with the Columbus Symphony Orchestra


Saturday, April 1, 2017 at 7:30 p.m.
John and Alice Butler Hall
    

Heritage Center welcomes the return of the Columbus Symphony to John and Alice Butler Hall for a concert featuring Grammy Award-winning jazz trumpeter Chris Botti. With his uniquely expressive and soaring musical imagination, Botti's stellar parade of releases - When I Fall in Love, To Love Again, Italia, and Impressions - have firmly established him as the world's largest-selling jazz instrumentalist with a Grammy for "Best Pop Instrumental Album" and four #1 albums on Billboard's Jazz Albums chart.

This concert is made possible through the support of Joe (C’68) and Linda Chlapaty.


A free Cyber Café Knapp Stage Pre-Show Concert featuring the UD Jazz Ensemble accompanies this performance from 6:00-7:00 p.m. 

 
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Sisters's Easter Catechism
Will My Bunny Go To Heaven?


Presented by Telegraph Herald
Saturday, April 8, 2017 at 7:30 p.m.
John and Alice Butler Hall
 

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Celebrate the Easter Season with Sister as she answers the time-worn questions of the season like “Why isn't Easter the same day every year like Christmas?” and “Will My Bunny Go To Heaven?” Part pageant, and wHOLY hysterical, this latest of the sinfully funny Late Nite Catechism series unearths the origins of Easter… bunnies, eggs, bonnets, baskets, and, of course, those yummy Peeps. Classroom participation is a must, so don’t forget to wear your Easter bonnet and join Sister for this seasonal treat!


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The Hunts
Indie-Folk Band


Wednesday, April 12, 2017 at 7:30 p.m.
John and Alice Butler Hall
                                                       

Known for their harmony-laced take on alt-folk, The Hunts are a Chesapeake, Virginia-based band of seven siblings who’ve been playing music together almost their entire lives. Twin sisters and five brothers, now ranging in age from 26 down to 17, have played theaters, festivals, and universities around the country—playing diverse instruments like mandolin, piano, ukulele, banjo, and drums. Inspired by shared memories, The Hunts create songs that capture heartache and wonder with a wide-eyed but wistful elegance. The Hunts’ original songs tap into each member’s unique strengths while remaining intensely collaborative. While getting seven strong-minded siblings to agree on every last note and lyric can sometimes be chaotic, The Hunts insist that the synergy born from that chaos is what makes the band’s music so infectious.

A free CyberCafé Knapp Stage Pre-Show Concert featuring Driftless Sisters accompanies this performance from 6:00-7:00 p.m.  Driftless Sisters are an indie folk duo from the driftless hills of Galena, IL.

A free fiddle workshop with Jessica Hunt Kinstler will be held on Tuesday, April 11 from 7:00-8:00 p.m.  Email trobbins@dbq.edu to RSVP or for more information.

This engagement is supported, in part, by the William P. Woodward Visiting Artist-in-Residence Endowment.


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James and the Giant Peach

Performed by the Department of Fine and Performing Arts
and the UD Drama Club

Friday, April 28, 2017 at 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, April 29, 2017 at 10:00 a.m.
Sunday, April 30, 2017 at 2:00 p.m.

John and Alice Butler Hall
 
James and the Giant Peach was the first of Roald Dahl's well-known children's stories that he completed. It tells the story of James Henry Trotter and his horrible aunts - and how some magic beans, a peach tree, and a collection of interesting insects conspire to change his life. Adapted into a musical, the story comes to life with innovative puppetry, a spunky soundtrack, and bright characters that will have you on the edge of your seat.

On Monday, May 1, 700 students ranging from pre-k to 5th grade will attend the SchoolBus performance of James and the Giant Peach.  Schools in attendance will be Belmont Community Schools, Dyersville Elementary, St. Rose of Lima, La Salle Catholic School, St. Mary Immaculate Conception, Farley Elementary, Lincoln Elementary, Marshall Elementary, Anna B. Lawther Academy, St, Joseph, Platteville Area Home School, Frog Hollow Kid Campus, Pecatonica Elementary, and Winskill Elementary.



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open mic                       
Wednesday, April 5, 2017 at 9:00 p.m.
Open Mic Night
CyberCafé Knapp Stage

Students will perform songs, theatre pieces, improv comedy, and much more. Open Mic Night is sponsored by the Department of Fine and Performing Arts.

FREE | No Ticket Required
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wind ensemble                       
Thursday, April 6, 2017 at 7:30 p.m.
Spring Wind Ensemble Concert: Red, White, and Blue
John and Alice Butler Hall


The UD Wind Ensemble, under the direction of Dr. Nicholas Bratcher, will perform their spring concert, "Red, White, and Blue". The concert will take listeners down a musical timeline of America, highlighting the good...and the not-so-good. Selections include works by Lo Presti, Smith, Barnes, Gershwin, and a new wind band commission by Dubuque native and internationally acclaimed composer Adam O’Dell. The concert will also feature selections from the UD Chamber Ensembles. In addition, the Clarke Winds, under the direction of Prof. David Resnick, join the ensemble for an evening of musical partnership!

FREE | Ticket Required

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Concert Choir 2                       
Sunday, April 9, 2017 at 2:00 p.m.
Spring Choral Concert: We Lift Our Voice in Song
John and Alice Butler Hall


The UD Concert Choir and Chamber Singers perform the repertoire which they will take on tour.  Come listen what the choir will share with audiences from Wisconsin to Hawaii! The concert choir is directed by Dr. Charles Barland and the chamber singers are directed by Professor Kristen Eby.

FREE | Ticket Required

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Jazz Ensemble                       
Wednesday, April 19, 2017 at 7:30 p.m.
Spring Jazz Ensemble: Swing into Spring
CyberCafé Knapp Stage

Per its musical tradition, the UD Jazz Ensemble, under the direction of Dr. Nicholas Bratcher, will present their Swing into Spring jazz concert. he concert will feature music from the Big Band Swing era, as well as jazz renditions of current Top 40 hits.

FREE | No Ticket Required 
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Art Gallery Events


The Bisignano Art Gallery is located on the main floor of Heritage Center, across from the Cyber Café. The gallery is open Monday-Friday from 12:30-5:00 p.m., and during special events in John and Alice Butler Hall or Babka Theatre. For more information, contact gallery director Alan Garfield at agarfield@dbq.edu, call (563) 589-3717, or visit the website.


March 6 - April 14, 2017
Only Line: Pencil and Ink by Alan Garfield and Steve Ziegler
CHARLES AND ELIZABETH BISIGNANO ART GALLERY

This exhibit features recent work by two Midwestern artists, Alan Garfield (Dubuque) and Steve Ziegler (Madison), who actively decide only to use pencil and ink.  Decidedly not minimalists.  Garfield travels with students and uses charcoal because he's on the move constantly.  Ziegler wanders around his farm and uses nature as a jumping off point for his ink drawings.
 
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The EDGE Exhibition
CHARLES AND ELIZABETH BISIGNANO ART GALLERY

In its 13th year, this student show focuses on the creative ideas of computer graphics students at UD.  While these students work around the clock to create logos, websites, printed materials, and brochures in classes, this exhibit allows the students' creative juices to flow.  Every CGIM major is required to submit one fine arts work.  Monetary awards from graduates of the CGIM program will be presented, as well as the Best of Show, which will be purchased for the University's permanent collection.  This show is part of APEX, the annual student excellence celebration.

Reception: April 25 | 3-4:00 p.m., part of APEX: Celebration of Student Scholarship and Leadership
 
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