Thank you for your patronage during the Campus Artist and Lecture Series 2019 - 2020 Season.
Unfortunately our 35th season ended early due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. We have posted information about free virtual events on our Facebook and Instagram pages. We are choosing to continue to list the events from this past year so site visitors can see examples of the types of performers/presentations we bring to campus.
Booking update for Fall 2020: CALS will not bring any artists/presenters to campus for the Fall 2020 semester. Nor will CALS be hosting any virtual events due to an uncertain financial future. The health and well-being of our students, faculty, and staff as well as that of the surrounding community are our top priority.
Booking update for Spring 2021: We are hoping to book a few artists/presenters but will not begin that process until at least October 2020. It is currently anticipated that all performances/presentations will need to be done virtually. We ask for your patience and understanding during this challenging time. In return, we wish you and yours nothing but the best.
All CALS events are open to the public.
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Comprised of some of Russia's finest young string players, the orchestra's warmth and high energy create addictive performances that stay with listeners long after the last note has been played. Join founder and music director Rachlevsky as he takes musicians and audience alike on a guided tour of Elgar, Shostakovich, and Dvorak.
Three-time Grammy winning singer/songwriter, acclaimed speaker, activist, and gifted painter Bill Miller has also won six Native American Music Awards, including a 2007 Lifetime Achievement honor. A Mohican from northern Wisconsin, Miller has long been one of the most admired figures in Native American arts and activist arenas. Using his heritage, life experience and spiritual path, Miller shares his message of transformation through reconciliation.
*This event is in recognition of Native American Heritage Month
Sparkling...warm... delightful... eclectic. It isn't just Andrea Stern's music but her very presence that inspires a memorable concert. With tunes ranging from Celtic to classical, Andrea's humor and warmth engages audiences of all ages. Did you know that the harp is thought to be one of the world's oldest instruments?
This event is included as a part of Women's History Month.
Presentation will be re-scheduled.
This powerful presentation by photographer and explorer David Thoreson exposes the truth about climate change affecting you and everything on planet Earth. The program's name essentially says it all. Join us to experience Thoreson's breathtaking adventures through a stunning multi-media event using photography, humor and storytelling.
This event is being presented as a part of the College's Sustainability Events Calendar.
Ticket information for all Spring 2021 events is pending.
For information about group ticket sales please call the Campus Activities and Corey Union Office at 607-753-5574.
All ticket sales are final; there will be no refunds or exchanges on tickets. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Needs of patrons with mobility challenges will be accommodated. Advance notification would be appreciated to help us make your experience more comfortable.
For ticket information or questions regarding CALS events, please contact the Campus Activities and Corey Union Office at 607-753-5574.