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Xuefei Yang, guitar
Wed, Feb 28 7:30 PM (120 min)
She was the first guitarist in China to enter a music school, and became the first to launch an international professional career. Her prodigious talent came to the attention of John Williams who donated two of his own guitars to her conservatorium. Since then, “Fei” has been impressing audiences around the globe with her exquisite sound and powerfully emotional performances of repertoire both old and new. We look forward to hosting Fei in our intimate theatre.
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Emily Levesque, University of Washington
Wed, Mar 7 7:00 PM (90 min)
How big can a star get? Why would a star only pretend to explode? Can you hide one star inside another? During this talk we'll take a tour of some of the strangest stellar phenomena in the universe. From the biggest, brightest, and most volatile stars to the explosive fireworks of core-collapse supernovae and the fascinating physics of gravitational waves, "weird" stars serve as a common thread for exploring our universe's history, evolution, and extremes. We'll discuss the history of stellar astronomy, learn about some present-day observing techniques and exciting new discoveries, and explore some of the most puzzling and bizarre objects being studied by astronomers today.
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Benedetti, Elschenbroich, Grynyuk Trio
Fri, Apr 13 7:30 PM (120 min)
While each has earned acclaim as a leading soloist, violinist Nicola Benedetti, cellist Leonard Elschenbroich, and pianist Alexei Grynyuk, have been performing together since they met as young music students in London.
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