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From interactive theater to dance and classical music, enjoy our selection of virtual offerings.

Currently on Hop@Home

 

Cuarteto Latinoamericano with Sally Pinkas, piano

The piano quintet delivers sublime contemporary Latin American music interlaced with 17th-century influences.

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Watch a discussion with the artists and composer Miguel del Águila.
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Terence Blanchard's Absence
featuring the E-Collective and Turtle Island Quartet

Available On Demand on YouTube
This concert pays tribute to another jazz legend, Blanchard's mentor and towering genius: Wayne Shorter. The concert features arrangements of Shorter's original work as well as new compositions from Blanchard.

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Watch an insightful conversation between Blanchard, Director of the EE Just Program Craig Sutton and Hop Director Mary Lou Aleskie about what it's like to be a Black artist in America today. 
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Dartmouth College Wind Ensemble
Fall 2021 Concert

Available On Demand on YouTube
Travel plans canceled? The student ensemble will take you on an exhilarating musical journey with stops in the British Isles, Japan, Istanbul, Spain and Argentina!

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The Intersection: Woke Black Folk 

Performed on February 9 on Zoom
An Afrocentric cultural nationalist, a radical Black feminist academic, a grassroots community organizer and a moderate-to-liberal grounded in Christian faith. Nigerian American playwright, scholar and activist Funmilola Fagbamila becomes each of these immensely different Black community leaders as they disagree on how to combat anti-black state violence and advocate for a more just society.

Watch excerpts from the show:

The Intersection: Woke Black Folk Excerpt and Discussion


Co-presented with OPAL for Black Legacy Month 2022.