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The sounds of the wild

DUSTIN VANDEHOEF | Evergreen music reporter

January 28, 2015

The all-faculty ensemble, Cantiamo!, will take the stage at 8 p.m. Thursday in Bryan Hall Theatre to perform “Animal Magnetism: A Musical Tribute to the Animal Kingdom.”Cantiamo!, Italian for “let's sing,” is an ensemble comprised of professors in the WSU School of Music’s vocal department. The...

Kiddie show: Villiage Centre Cinemas offers children’s movie series

ADDY FORTE | Evergreen reporter

January 23, 2015

Colorful and comical kid-friendly adventures are brought to the Palouse on-screen for the Village Centre Cinema’s 2015 Winter Children’s Matinee Series.Sean Warner, chief operating officer at Village Centre Cinemas, said the regular event has been successful in past years, and even in the summer...

A theatre season round-up

A theatre season round-up

From staff reports

January 23, 2015

A season of theatre awaits. Between Pullman and Moscow, a host of community and university theatres plan for their upcoming productions this spring.The lineup for local theaters includes flying nannies, man-eating plants, a Valentine’s Christmas and a play within a play.Starting locally, next month is Pullm...

Guest recital features international musician

From staff reports

January 23, 2015

International musician Willis Delony will speak the different languages of music in his “Out of Character" guest recital on jazz piano.Delony will perform selections from his most recent CD recording, “Out of Character: Classical and Jazz Connections III,” tonight at 8 p.m. in the Kimbrough Concert ...

Trash or treasure; MASC opens new exhibit

JENNIFER LADWIG | Evergreen reporter

January 21, 2015

A collection of one-time-use trinkets from the last century will give a glimpse into the past at the Holland/Terrell Library’s Manuscripts, Archives and Special Collections (MASC) latest exhibit of ephemera.Ephemera can be a range of items, from tickets to sheet music to postcards to empty Red Bull cans, said Trevor James Bond, the hea...

Casting call: One flew over Daggy

From staff reports

January 21, 2015

Auditions for “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest,” showing in April, start today in Daggy Hall.Director and performing arts assistant professor Ben Gonzales said the plot is difficult to describe without giving away the ending.“(It’s) brotherhood these people find (and) a driving confrontation o...

Banff film festival brings adventure

Banff film festival brings adventure

ADDY FORTE | Evergreen reporter

January 21, 2015

Isolated peaks and desolate wildernesses come to Pullman for this year’s Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour.Jonathan Stahl, assistant director of WSU Adventure Programs, said the collection of quality films features extreme outdoor recreation. A staple event at WSU, the university has participat...

Engineering a practiced pianist

DUSTIN VANDEHOEF | Evergreen music reporter

January 21, 2015

When Steven Damouni first sat down to learn piano, he probably didn't expect to end up teaching it.“I originally started because a friend was playing, and I guess I wanted to beat him,” Damouni said. “He'd already been playing two years, so I practiced a bunch.”Damouni, who is now a graduate st...

Art show features rural student work

JENNIFER LADWIG | Evergreen fine arts reporter

January 21, 2015

The public library in Colfax is showcasing local high school and middle school student artwork through the end of this week in its annual Rural Alliance High School Art Show.“Students are always recognized for sports and other things, but not for art,” said Nichole Kopp, the teen librarian at the Colfa...

Pianista hits the keys

From staff reports

January 16, 2015

Alberto Ferro first struck the keys of a piano when he was a child in Italy, and he hasn't stopped playing since.After studying in Italy, he moved to the United States looking for job opportunities and then spent some time performing on cruise ships before deciding to continue his education at WSU.“T...

A colorful collection, gallery showcases watercolor paintings

JENNIFER LADWIG | Evergreen fine arts reporter

January 16, 2015

Watercolors depicting subjects ranging from people to animals from still lifes to landscapes, comprise the latest show at the Third Street Gallery.The paintings are all a part of the Idaho Watercolor Society’s 35th annual traveling show. Twenty paintings are chosen to travel to five regions in Idaho. The...

Snippets of stories from UI professors

BROOKELYNN GRADITI | Evergreen literary reporter

January 16, 2015

Even the most qualified and experienced writers can get butterflies in their stomachs when preparing to share their latest drafts.Professors from the University of Idaho’s English department plan to open up about their novels in progress today at the university’s event called Sneak Peeks.Sneak Pee...

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