Neighbors Page - Spring 2014 - Images by Tufts University
Welcome to the Tufts Neighbors page. You will be able to find information here on upcoming events and university resources. We hope you will visit often! If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Community Relations at 617.627.3780 or email us at
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Sunday at Tufts - Community Concert Series:
- Bach's Solo Cello Suites
October 26, 3 – 5 p.m.
Join performance faculty cellist Emmanuel Feldman in a presentation of the complete Bach Solo Cello Suites in two concert venues. This performance includes Suites 1, 2, 4, and 5. Feldman performs Suites 3 and 6 in January at New England Conservatory’s Jordan Hall.
The World is a Cabaret
Nov. 2, 3 – 5 p.m.
Performance faculty soprano Carol Mastrodomenico and pianist Thomas Stumpf take you on a journey around the world through cabaret songs and tangos. The program includes works by Schoenberg, Weill, Piazzolla, Bolcom, Britten, and others.
Fall Music Department Concerts:
African Drumming with Mashud Neindow and Friends
Oct. 24, 8– 10 p.m.
A performance of drumming styles from Ghana and the African Diaspora featuring guest artist Mashud Neindow and Tufts' own Nani Agbeli as well as Prof. David Locke and members of the Agbekor Drum and Dance Society.
Tufts Chamber Singers
Jamie Kirsch, conductor
Nov. 5, 8 – 10 p.m.
Tufts Chamber Singers presents an evening of beautiful choral music.
Tufts Composers: What's New in Bamboo
Nov. 3, 8 – 10 p.m.
Tufts Composers presents new music for shakuhachi solo, duet, or trio with guest bamboo flutists Elizabeth Reian Bennett, Marco Lienhard, and Christopher Molina, along with other new ensemble works.
Drama Department Productions:
Balch Arena Theater>>
$10.00 Tufts ID/subscribers/seniors
10/23, 2/12 & 4/14 - All tickets are $10.00, which includes the opening night reception
10/30, 2/19 & 4/16 - $1.00 night
To order tickets, please contact the box office at 617-627-3493.
- From Orchids to Octopi: An Evolutionary Love Story
By Melinda Lopez
Directed by Natalya Baldyga
Oct. 23-25, Oct. 30, and Nov. 1, 8:00 p.m.
Nov. 1, 2:00 p.m.
Boston International Kids Film Festival
The Boston International Kids Film Festival is coming to the Somerville Theatre in Davis Square and Tufts University the weekend of November 7-9.
A kickoff event will take place on Wednesday, Nov. 5, at 6:30 p.m. in Cohen Auditorium.
For a complete schedule and more information, visit bikff.org.
Tufts Film Series
a free, on-campus movie theater every weekend
Barnum Hall, Room 008>>
Films are shown on 35mm film on a big screen with a Dolby Digital 12.1 surround sound system, in a theater that seats about 200 people. There are generally six showings per weekend. See this weekend’s schedule below.
Times are subject to change. See updated schedules and Trailers>>
At Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine…
Varis Lecture Hall
Free and open to the public
Part of the Center for Animals and Public Policy’s Fall 2014 Animal Matters Seminar Series. Joining remotely is possible. Contact: Tufts Center for Animals and Public Policy 508-839-7991, firstname.lastname@example.org, web site: http://vet.tufts.edu/capp/animal_matters/
- Green Chimneys Farm and Wildlife Center: Animal-Assisted Interventions That Benefit Both Humans and Animals
Oct. 29, noon-1 p.m.
Speaker: Michael Kaufmann, Director, Green Chimneys Farm and Wildlife Center/Sam and Myra Ross Institute.
2014 TNSF Request for Proposals
Tufts Neighborhood Service Fund (TNSF) is soliciting requests for proposals. Charitable, tax-exempt, community-based organizations located in Somerville, Medford, Boston’s Chinatown, and Grafton or serving those residents are eligible to apply. An eligible organization must be able to demonstrate that members of the Tufts University community are involved with the organization as volunteers. Applications are due by November 28, 2014.
More Info >>
Now until Dec. 7:
Manna: Masterworks from the Tufts Permanent Art Collection
Curated by Amy Ingrid Schlegel, Ph.D.
Tisch Family Gallery
Focuses on a curated selection of 47 of the university's finest works of painting, sculpture, photography, printmaking, and new media.
Jumbo: Marvel, Myth, and Mascot
Curated by Dr. Andrew McClellan
Koppelman Family Gallery
The exhibition will be the first of its kind to narrate Jumbo's life story from star of the London Zoo to college mascot
Parents and Family Weekend Author Talk featuring Noah Rosenberg, A05
Oct 17, 3:30 p.m.
Hirsh Reading Room, Tisch Library
Noah Rosenberg is the founder, CEO, and Editor-in-Chief of Narratively, a platform devoted to untold human stories that enlighten us, connect us, and capture our imagination. Launched in September 2012, it was named one of TIME’s “50 Best Websites of 2013" and Pictures of the Year International's "Best Website, 2014." His talk, Human Stories Will Change the World, will take you inside his innovative "slow storytelling" startup and predict the unpredictable future of content.