Before the show, we invited families to participate in special Beauty and the Beast activities dressed in their favorite Disney attire. At intermission, ISU students enjoyed free pizza at the ISU Student Lounge, sponsored by Jeff’s Pizza. Thank you to Bankers Trust for sponsoring the evening. Photos taken on Apr. 10, 2014 by David Derong/Iowa… Read more »
Following President Leath’s announcement that all VEISHEA events have been suspended after 5 PM today, we’re sad to announce that ISU Theatre’s Stars Over Veishea and comedian David Koechner‘s appearance have both been officially canceled. Despite the cancellations, tomorrow night’s Beauty and the Beast performance will continue as scheduled as the event is not related… Read more »
A phenomenal performance by the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis. Dr. Michael Golemo, Professor and Chair of the Music Department and Director of Bands at Iowa State University, lead a Celebrity Café talk before the performance. After the show, our donors and a group from our sponsor (WebFilings) had the chance to… Read more »
We experienced the remarkable talent of the Australian Chamber Orchestra, followed by a chance for our donors to meet the artists and discuss all things strings. Photos taken on Mar. 24, 2014 by David Derong/Iowa State Center View More Photos Check out photos from our other events!
Billy Cox, Buddy Guy, Jonny Lang and many more performed at Stephens Auditorium on Saturday, Mar. 15, 2014 for Experience Hendrix, a tribute to the great Jimi Hendrix. Photos taken on Mar. 15, 2014 by David Derong/Iowa State Center View More Photos Check out photos from our other events!
On Wednesday, Paul Gelsumini of The TEN Tenors spoke with John Busbee, host/producer of The Culture Buzz, about his experience as Tour Music Coordinator and performer with the internationally acclaimed group. The Culture Buzz airs every Wednesday from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. on KFMG 99.1 FM in Des Moines. On Friday, The TEN Tenors… Read more »
The world’s finest jazz big band will bring down the house at Stephens when the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra (JLCO) comes to Ames on Wednesday, Mar. 26, led by trumpeter Wynton Marsalis. Sponsored by WebFilings Marsalis is likely the most famous jazz musician alive, an iconic figure in the evolution of the art form… Read more »
One of the world’s most lauded chamber ensembles, the Australian Chamber Orchestra (ACO) is performing at Stephens Auditorium with unrivalled virtuosity, energy and individuality on Monday, Mar. 24. The orchestra’s performance at Stephens Auditorium will include works from Prokofiev, Shostakovich and Tchaikovsky, with Finnish pianist Olli Mustonen playing the Shostakovich Piano Concerto No. 1. Mustonen… Read more »
By Claire Kruesel Imagine you’ll never lie down — even sit — ever again; you’ll stand upright for the rest of your life, with perfect posture, only allowed to jump straight up and down. This is the life of Stephens Auditorium’s stage curtain, Silver Code. Through 45 years and over 3,000 performances, the textile has… Read more »
The public joined us at Stephens Auditorium on Sunday, Mar. 2 to see our historic stage curtain, Silver Code, up-close. Conservation fellow Kate Greder and University Museums’ and Stephens Auditorium’s staff led an open house tour of the conservation work on Silver Code ABOUT THE PROJECT In the autumn of 2013, Iowa State initiated an… Read more »