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Volume 27  |  March 2004  |  Number 3
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To purchase tickets for Arts and Lecture Series events, or for further information or telephone reservations, call 630-840-ARTS (1-800-840-2787) weekdays between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Phone reservations are held for five working days, but will be released for sale if not paid for within that time. Will-Call tickets may be picked up, or available tickets purchased, at the lobby box office on the night of the performance beginning at 7 p.m. When coming to this event, only the Pine Street entrance to Fermilab will be open. For more information, check out our web page at www.fnal.gov/culture.

featuring Gus Giordano Jazz Dance, Tommye Giacchino and Gregory Day, Ballroom Dancing
Saturday, March 13, 2004
Tickets - $18 ($9 ages 18 and under)

Founded in 1962 as Dance Incorporated Chicago, the company was the first jazz dance troupe to tour the Soviet Union in 1974. This focus on jazz dance led to a new name – Gus Giordano Jazz Dance Chicago – and its current mission to develop and preserve the indigenous American art form of jazz dance.

Written and performed by Susan Frontzcak
Saturday, April 17, 2004
Tickets- $15 ($8 for ages 18 and under)

Madame Marie Curie (née Maria Sklodowska) - changed our world through her discovery of radium and radioactivity. Through her own passion and perseverance, Marie Curie opened the doors of science to women world-wide. Manya not only celebrates the scientist, but also the human side of Marie Curie, who felt more daunted by the chemistry of the kitchen than the laboratory.

Saturday, May 15, 2004
Tickets- $25 ($13 for ages 18 and under)

Sam Bush has become synonymous with the Telluride Bluegrass Festival. Founder and driving force behind the legendary New Grass Revival, Bush's ability to make music that exceeds all expectations is evident from two projects just in the past year. Bluegrass Mandolin Extravaganza and Short Trip Home were nominated for Grammy Awards as Best Bluegrass Album and Best Classical Crossover Album, respectively.

The Last Golden Age of Imperial China:
The Emperor, The Economy, and The Arts in the 18th Century
Dr. Bennet Bronson, Co-Curator,
"Splendors of China's Forbidden City" Exhibit, Field Museum
Friday, March 26, 2004 at 8:00 p.m.

The Reign of Emperor Qianlong (1735 - 1795) during the Qing Dynasty marked China’s pinnacle of wealth and power. It was under the guidance of Qianlong that China made remarkable strides in literature, art, and in establishing peace between feuding western territories. The Field Museum has partnered with the Palace Museum of Beijing to present an unprecedented exhibition entitled Splendors of China's Forbidden City: The Glorious Reign of Emperor Qianlong. Never before seen outside of China, this exhibit includes approximately 400 artifacts, including a throne room, musical instruments, the emperor's funeral throne, a banquet setting, the wife's chamber and objects from the emperor’s private Tibetan Buddhist shrine. Dr. Bennet Bronson, Co-Curator of this exhibit, will discuss the exhibit, and implications of the artifacts on display in his talk.

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