Lee Events

Music

    1. Conn Center
      Classic Christmas

      Celebrating its 29th year, this festive celebration of Christmas music features a variety of Lee University School of Music performers and guests.<p>

      The event is free and open to the...

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    1. The Chapel
      Faculty Brass Quintet
      This event is open to the public, free, and tickets are not required.
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    1. The Chapel
      Lessons & Carols
      The Lee University School of Music and School of Religion join together to present a service of lessons and carols, uniting Biblical lessons relating to Christ’s birth with beautiful Christmas...
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    1. TBD
      Faculty Recital: Alan Wyatt, saxophone
      This event is open to the public, free, and tickets are not required.
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    1. Squires Recital Hall
      Faculty Recital: Cahill Smith, piano & Stephen Wilber, piano
      This event is free, non-ticked, and open to the public.
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    1. Performing Arts Series: Andrew Willis, fortepiano
      Andrew Willis performs in the United States and abroad on pianos of every era. At home in front of a piano or fortepiano, his performance at Lee will draw from the Bach Partitas, played on the Baroque...
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    1. Squires Recital Hall
      Faculty Recital: Kristen Holritz, flute & ChoEun Lee, piano
      This event is open to the public, free, and tickets are not required.
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    1. Pangle Hall
      Presidential Concert Series: Schumann Quartet
      That moment when one doesn't yet know what's happening, eyes and ears wide open, looking for some kind of orientation-Beethoven's ninth string quartet, for example. One unresolved chord after the...
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    1. Squires Recital Hall
      Faculty Recital: Charlie Edholm
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    1. Conn Center
      Honor Choir Student Concert
      This event is open to the public, free, and tickets are not required.
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