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Lecture Series: Aaron Betsky — "Make It Alive"
Monday, Sept. 25
5 - 6:30 p.m.
Kresge Theater, College of Fine Arts
More info: soa.cmu.edu

President of the Taleisin School of Architecture, Aaron Betsky, will be taking the stage on Monday night to look at the concept of innovating to rethink how we utilize space and conserve resources. Betsky, the author of books including Making it Modern and Architecture Matters, will guide into a different way of thinking about repurposing rather than building things anew, and what that means in today’s world.

CMU Art Lecture: Erin Markey
Tuesday, Sept. 26
6:30 - 8 p.m.
Kresge Theater, College of Fine Arts
More info: Facebook Event

Comedian, writer, and performance artist, Erin Markey, is coming to Kresge this Tuesday night with a power-packed lecture, prior to the presentation of her most recent performance work, “Boner Killer” at The Andy Warhol Museum this Friday at 8 p.m. Markey is famous for her energy and authenticity, making this performance something you will not want to miss.

Carnegie Mellon Chamber Series: “The Golden Tradition"
Wednesday, Sept 27
7:30 - 9:30 p.m.
Kresge Theater, College of Fine Arts
Free tickets: eventbrite.com

The Carnegie Mellon Chamber Series brings you a series of performances under the overarching theme of “Golden Tradition.” The night’s repertoire will include Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 in D Major, BWV 1050, Beethoven’s String Trio op. 9 no. 3 in C Minor, Brahm’s Two Songs for Soprano, Viola & Piano, op. 91, and Mahler’s Pinao Quartet in A Minor. Admission is free, but tickets are required for entry.

Carnegie Mellon Univeristy Wind Ensemble
Saturday, Sept 30
8 - 10 p.m.
Kresge Theater, College of Fine Arts
Free tickets: eventbrite.com

Carnegie Mellon’s Wind Ensemble, comprising of junior flute performance major Jennifer Jo, senior trombone performance major Kevin Hannequin, and senior trumpet performance major Matthew Hannequin, is opening its season this weekend. The repertoire of the evening will include Reynaldo Hahn’s “Le bal fe Beatrice d’Este,” Herbert L. Clarke’s “Cousins,” and Philip Sparke’s “A Lindisfarne Rhapsody."