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  Events for November 4, 2017

Football at Brockport

- Location: Brockport, NY
(12:00 PM - 3:00 PM)
Football at College at Brockport

The Saturday, Italian pianist Francesco Attesti in recital at 7:30pm

- Location: Miller Theater
(7:30 PM - 8:30 PM)
- Link: http://www.alfred.edu/pressreleases/viewrelease.cfm?ID=16449

At 7:30 p.m., Saturday, November 4 i4n Miller Theater, Italian pianist Francesco Attesti, will perform J. S. Bach’s “Goldberg Variations.”

The concert, free and open to the public and is sponsored by Mayor Shawn Hogan and the City of Hornell, with support from the Alfred University Division of Performing Arts.

Attesti is a pianist of international acclaim. Born in Corona, Italy in 1975, he was a child prodigy who began playing piano at age 6 and gave his first concert at 11, going on to win several national and international piano competitions. Don't miss the rare opportunity to hear a great performance of Bach. CDs will be for sale following the performance.

Exhibit at the Cohen Gallery: Residue

- Location: Cohen Gallery
(All Day)
Residue: Caroline Hayes Charuk, Terry James Conrad, Ron Lambert, and SV Randall exhibit at the Cohen Gallery

Nov 3- Dec 8, Opening Reception 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m., Friday, November 3

The Cohen Gallery presents the work of Caroline Hayes Charuk, Terry James Conrad, Ron Lambert, and SV Randall in “Residue,” opening 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m., Friday, November 3.

As humans we leave a trail behind us- a record of our personal histories. Some of these marks are egregious like the oil spills in the oceans, others are poetic like the subtly scuffed paint surrounding a well-used door knob. The artists in this exhibition are using residue as a tool for making their art. By making objects to create stains, mimic stains, or employ stains for creative reflection, these four artists reflect how residue can create a metaphor for life’s experience.