Daily in Nov. Founded by Handel & Haydn Society (Boston) baroque oboist Debra Nagy, this acclaimed Cleveland-based quartet is known for programs the New York Times calls "thematically concise, richly expressive, and featuring composers few people have heard of." Tonight's prerecorded program of French Baroque music written for dancing includes Rebel's Les Caractères de la Danse, a scene from Rameau's Pigmalion, solo suites for oboe and viol by Philidor and Marais, and the earthy, rollicking dances of Boismortier's Ballets de Village.
Available online anytime from 7 a.m. Nov. 1 through 11 p.m. Nov. 30 at AcademyOfEarlyMusic.org. Free. 228-4338.
Ages 2 through 4 years & an Adult. You and your child explore a variety of creative movement activities designed to develop gross motor skills and cognitive development. Sam looks for smiles, laughs and creative exploration; there's no wrong way to move! Fun music incorporates rhythm patterns which sets the scene for jumping, galloping, stepping sideways and lots of balancing. This class use their imaginations to dance like frogs, monkeys and even cheetahs. Sam will let you know before each class what household props you may need. You are joining a class that began in September. Instructor: Samantha Coffin. 5 classes. Scholarship recipients: $10. No Class 11/26
Zoom Link, Your Home. Online. $59. 734 994 2300 X 0. firstname.lastname@example.org https:
15 to 30 months & an Adult. Between 15 and 30 months toddlers develop their vocabulary at an amazing rate. This class provides tools and strategies for adults to use to with their children all centered around communication skills. There is time for social chatting and dialogue at the beginning and end of each class facilitated and modeled by Susanna with help from the participating adults using puppets, stuffed animals, visual aids and other props we may have around the house. Circle Time includes songs and fingerplays with movements, partner activities and "What's In The Box" A weekly extension will be available privately on YouTube highlighting the specific strategies to practice after class ends as well as a private group for posting additional content, building community and sharing progress. Instructor: Susanna Brown. 6 classes. Scholarship recipients pay $10. No Class 11/26.
Zoom Link, Your Home. Online. $79. 734 994 2300 X 0. email@example.com https:
"The Many Consequences of Slavery: The Cost of Historical Injustices": U-M Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Thursday Morning Lecture Series.more >
"The Many Consequences of Slavery: The Cost of Historical Injustices": U-M Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Thursday Morning Lecture Series.< less
Nov. 5, 12, 19, & Dec. 3. Series of 6 weekly talks by various speakers.
Nov. 5: U-M School of Social Work community engagement director Trina Shanks on "Racial Wealth Gaps: Historical Precedents and Present Consequences."
Nov. 12: U-M political science professor Pamela Brandwein on "Reconstruction and the 1619 Project."
Nov. 19: U-M voice professor Louise Toppin on "African American Music and Its Contribution to the American Musical Landscape."
Dec. 3: Henry Ford Health System community health & equity senior vp and wellness & diversity chief officer Kimberlydawn Wisdom on "Black Maternal and Infant Mortality: What's History Got to do With It?"
For online meeting URL preregister at OLLI-umich.org. $35 per lecture (for 6-lecture series, $60); for members, $10 per lecture and $35 for 10-lecture series. $25 annual membership fee. 998-9351.
"Oh! Susanna Online with Silly Times and Surprises": Early Childhood Division Rec & Ed, First Steps.more >
"Oh! Susanna Online with Silly Times and Surprises": Early Childhood Division Rec & Ed, First Steps.< less
2 through 4 years olds & an Adult. Gather together to actively experience some familiar First Steps favorites (like Jack in the Box and traditional circle time songs) while also being introduced to new material. Susanna combines the old and new through simple games, partner activities, dances and fingerplays that help build important skills like sequencing, recall, memorization and following multi-step directions. Social interaction between families and children is encouraged as we build community and stay connected. Bonus material to access during the week is also part of this class. Instructor: Susanna Brown. 6 classes. Scholarship recipients pay $10. No Class 11/26.
Zoom Link, Your Home. Online. $75. 734 994 2300 X 0. firstname.lastname@example.org https:
Every Wed-Sat. in Nov. and Tues.-Sat. through Dec. 23. Holiday sale of works in various media and styles by over 50 jury-selected area artists. Featuring jewelry, functional and decorative ceramics, small and large painting, prints, fiber art, wood carvings, and more. Also, artist trunk shows every Fri. & Sat.
11 a.m.-5 p.m. (Wed.-Sat. in Nov. and Tues.-Thurs. in Dec), 11 a.m.-9 p.m. (Fri. in Dec.), & 11 a.m.- 7 p.m. (Sat. in Dec.). Free admission. 662.3382, Elizabeth@TheGuild.org. [map]
Please join us for a discussion of A Course in Miracles on Zoom. Details at Interfaithspirit.Org. Free, but donations appreciated.
Zoom. Free. Online. 734-327-0270. Interfaithspirit.org
Hebrew and Yiddish poetry translator Chana Kronfeld discusses her work.
For online URL preregister at bit.ly
"Natural Disasters: Vulnerability, Resilience, and a Changing World": Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (50+).more >
"Natural Disasters: Vulnerability, Resilience, and a Changing World": Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (50+).< less
This study group will be online. Naturally occurring hazards, such as earthquakes and hurricanes, occur annually and affect nearly every part of the Earth. Their cumulative cost in dollars and lives lost can be extreme. Less frequent pandemics have also resulted in staggering losses. We will examine all aspects contributing to the severity of a number of recent major hazards since 2008, and thew role of global demographic trends and changing climate on our increasing vulnerability. Eric Hetland is an associate professor in the UM Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences, specializing in earthquakes and volcanoes. Eric also develops statistical tools to tackle problems ranging from climate change to vulnerability. The study group will be held Thursdays from November 5 through 19.
Preregistration is required via the OLLI website or phone. A link to access the study group will be e-mailed to you approximately one week prior to the first session.
Online. Online. $20. 734-998-9351. Olli.email@example.com https:
Reading by this 4-time National Poetry Slam champion who has published 8 critically acclaimed collections of poetry, including the Pulitzer Prize finalist Incendiary Art. Publisher's Weekly praises Smith's "razor-sharp linguistic sensibilities that give her scenes a cinematic flair." Followed by a Q&A. Smith also gives an online talk tomorrow (see listing).
Online at tinyurl.com
Members of the Chicago-based chamber ensemble Spektral Quartet and U-M music students TBA discuss community-focused programming. Spektral's work has ranged from commissions for ringtone-length pieces for mobile devices from over 40 composers to the Chicago premiere of Morton Feldman's staggering 6-hour long String Quartet no. 2.
Online at ums.org
"Liberating Futures: The Spiritual Practice of Imagination": Interfaith Round Table of Washtenaw County.more >
"Liberating Futures: The Spiritual Practice of Imagination": Interfaith Round Table of Washtenaw County.< less
Panel discussion with area social activists TBA on how imagination informs their work.
For online URL email firstname.lastname@example.org. Free.
With the relocation of Michael Hough to Arizona, cofounder David Tamulevich is rejoined by Libby Glover, an original member of Mustard's Retreat when it started out as a trio in the 1970s. Their repertoire includes traditional songs and Tamulevich originals.
8 p.m., for livestream URL see facebook.com
Blue LLama: Chanson
A mix of French chanson and selections from the Great American Songbook by vocalist Leila Shaye and Djangophonique, a local quartet led by guitarist Andrew Brown that specializes in vintage jazz in the style of gypsy guitarist Django Reinhardt's 1930s Parisian swing. The show is also streamed live at facebook.com
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