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February 2022


All listed events are in-person unless otherwise noted.

“With Pleasure,”
Open through Feb. 12
The 2022 MFA candidates, Sheryl Anaya, Benjamin Loftis, Madi Ortega and Sarah Theurer Hunt, present an exhibition of their work at Fort Worth Contemporary Arts.
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Annual Graphic Design Juried Exhibition
Feb. 2-8
“Kick A** and Take Names,” the annual graphic design juried exhibition, features student work on display in the Moudy Gallery.
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TCU Wind Symphony and Symphonic Band Concert
Feb. 7 at 7 p.m.
The TCU Wind Symphony and Symphonic Band perform under the direction of conductors Bobby Francis and Brian Youngblood.
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Brown Bag Dance Concert
Feb. 11 at 12 p.m.
The School for Classical & Contemporary Dance presents an informal, student-led dance showcase. Due to COVID precautions, food will not be allowed inside.
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Babette’s Feast
Opens Feb. 15
Theatre TCU’s production of Babette’s Feast brings the audience into the cloistered 19th-century world of two loving, devout Lutheran sisters. They and their fractured community reluctantly, then completely, embrace Babette, a mysterious French refugee.
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AIDS Outreach Center Benefit Dance Concert
Feb. 19 at 7:30 p.m.
TCU’s Chi Tau Epsilon Dance Honor Society presents works by DanceTCU, Avant Chamber Ballet, BMoore Dance, imPULSE, I.M. Terrell Academy and Sarah Newton. Ticket proceeds benefit the AIDS Outreach Center.
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Persona: work by artists Richie Budd, Kris Pierce and John Rasimus
Opens Feb. 25
Loosely referencing Ingmar Bergman’s 1966 Swedish film of the same title, Persona is a presentation of work by artists Richie Budd, Kris Pierce, and John Rasimus, formatted as three concurrent solo exhibitions.
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TCU Concert Chorale Midwinter Concert
Feb. 27 at 7 p.m.
The TCU Concert Chorale performs their midwinter concert under the direction of Christopher Aspaas.
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TCU Magazine: Attorney Ron Hurdle Broke Barriers at TCU
Theatre TCU alum Ron Hurdle ’71 was the university’s first Black cheerleader and is now a lawyer and adjunct professor in Dallas.
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Musician. Cultural Ambassador. Fulbrighter
Guillermo Martinez ’88, now an instructor of theory, class piano and piano pedagogy in the School of Music, shared his Fulbright U.S. Student Program memories from a divided Germany.
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Vocalist. Music Anthologist. Fulbrighter.
Professor of Voice and Opera San-ky Kim, DMA, researched Eastern European repertoire in Lithuania through the Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program.
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School of Art faculty members Dan Jian and Dr. Mary Nangah were named 2022 Carter Community Artists by the Amon Carter Museum of American Art. As part of the initiative, Jian and Nangah will offer their unique viewpoints to assist with creating, planning and leading experiences, events and projects with the museum.
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TCU’s newest crown jewel, the Van Cliburn Concert Hall at TCU inside the TCU Music Center, opens in April.

NOW is the time to become part of this exciting landmark in TCU’s history!

Name a seat in the Van Cliburn Concert Hall at TCU and enjoy:

  • Invitation to celebrate during the TCU Music Center’s grand opening activities (April 2022)
  • Personal tour of the Van Cliburn Concert Hall at TCU prior to the public opening
  • Forever be a part of TCU’s legacy

When you purchase a seat, we will engrave a plate on the arm of a chair with your name or the name of someone special you wish to honor. Your gift will support TCU’s investment in world-class talent.

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The TCU School of Music will mark the grand opening of the state-of-the-art Van Cliburn Concert Hall at TCU with a monthlong celebration in April. The concert hall is part of the new $53 million TCU Music Center, which opened in fall 2020, providing more than 7,500 square feet of rehearsal space and learning resources for TCU’s band, orchestra and percussion programs.

Watch the School of Music’s calendar for events and updates.