African-American Studies: Resources in the University of Chicago
Library, through June 11. Featuring the librarys printed
copy of the Emancipation Proclamation bearing Abraham Lincolns
signature, this exhibition includes original and modern editions
of government documents, periodicals, directories, scrapbooks, manuscripts,
and letters. Special Collections; call 773/702-8705.
Spring Gamelan Concert, April 25 at 3 p.m. The Javanese
Gamelan Ensemble will perform contemporary Indonesian and American
compositions as well as traditional gamelan gendhing. Rockefeller
Chapel; call 773/702-7300.
Guarneri String Quartet with pianist Claude Frank, April
30 at 8 p.m. The quartet closes its 35th anniversary celebration
with performances of Haydns Quartet in G Minor, op. 74,
no. 3, Griegs Quartet in G Minor, op. 27, and Schumanns
Piano Quintet in E-flat Major, op. 44. Mandel Hall; call
First Friday Lecture Series, May 7 and June 4 at 12:15 p.m.
In May, Basic Program staff instructor Claudia Traudt, AM81,
discusses Love Duet: La Ci Darem in Mozarts
Don Giovanni, Joyces Ulysses, and Dinesens
Babettes Feast; in June, Basic Program staff
instructor Eric Warshaw addresses How the Mona Lisa Got Her
Smile. Chicago Cultural Center; call 773/702-1722.
Organissimo!, May 9 at 3 p.m. Rockefeller Chapel
organist William Neil and Nicholas White, organist and choirmaster
of St. Michaels Church in New York City, perform solos and
duets. Rockefeller Chapel; call 773/702-7300.