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Showcasing the diversity found in the peoples and cultures of the Nile Basin, The Nile Project promotes a message of cross-cultural cooperation.
In its inaugural series at Thomas Hall, GroundWorks DanceTheater will bring audiences face-to-face with fresh, fascinating performances of passion, intellect and humor.
Keyboard prodigy and organist extraordinaire, Cameron Carpenter returns to Akron and brings with him his international touring organ.
Grand pianos will fill the stage as massed pianists from the UA School of Music and community perform a mega-concert of classical music plus a few fun surprises.
Universally known as the finest proponent of the jazz tuba in the world, Howard Johnson scoffs at the so-called division between commercial and avant-garde.
The Moody Blues carry on their magical musical legacy to generation after generation, year after year
Sponsored by Black Male Summit and E. J. Thomas Hall
Sponsored by Rethinking Race, Office of Inclusion and Equity, Culture Quest, NEOMED and E. J. Thomas Hall
See why Akron is a destination for dance!
Now a doctoral student in ethnomusicology and the director of Florida State University's steel band, Mia Gormandy is back by popular demand.
This intoxicating, sans-strings performance features the UA School of Music's Symphonic Band and acclaimed pianist Philip Thomson.
Sponsored by E. J. Thomas Hall and Honors College of The University of Akron
Arlo Guthrie brings his "Alice's Restaurant 50th Anniversary Tour" to Thomas Hall for two shows.