A diverse presentation of mixed media installation pieces, banner art, films, animation, and tableau vivant (living art) will inundate the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts for the 2nd annual festival April 8-16.
Patrick Doyle’s Music of Shakespeare will feature the music of composer and two-time Oscar nominee Doyle, who has served as the composer for Sir Kenneth Branagh’s Shakespearean films, includingHamlet, Much Ado About Nothing and Henry V.
From Norway to Mexico to India and beyond, choruses at the 2nd annual UCF Celebrates the Arts festival in April will usher listeners on a musical trip around the globe. The free April 8-16 festival at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts will feature UCF’s three choruses in addition to a variety of other performances ranging from big band to orchestra to percussion to collaborations with internationally known composers and conductors. More than 1,000 university students and 100 faculty members will be involved in the festival.