Thursday, February 13
“The Iraq Crisis” will be discussed by Clarke
Chapman, religion, Lisa Fischler, political science, and Carl
Salter, chemistry, with Bob Brill, psychology, moderating.
7:30 p.m., Prosser Auditorium.
Saturday, February 15
V. Frederick Rickey of the U.S. Naval Academy will speak on
“Cantor’s Leap from Calculus to Set Theory”
as the keynote address of the Student Math Conference, 9:40
a.m., Prosser Auditorium. $5 conference registration. Ext.
music faculty sings of hearts and flowers in “A Viennese
Valentine,” which features Brahms’ Neue Liebeslieder
Walzer for four voices and piano duet. The voices are those
of Debra Field, soprano; Carole Burkhardt, mezzo; Gregory
Oaten, tenor; and Eduardo Azzati, baritone. The pianists are
Martha Schrempel and Eileen Wescoe. All proceeds benefit the
Steinway fund for campus piano purchases. Death by Chocolate
reception follows. 8:00 p.m., Peter Hall. $10, $5 students/seniors.
Sunday, February 16
Saturday, February 22
Moravian College Wind Ensemble will perform 20th-century band
music by composers Koh-Ichi Hattori and Shigeo Tohno of Japan;
David Shaffer and James Curnow of North America; and Larry
Lipkis of Moravian College. The band plays at 3:00 p.m. Sunday,
Nazareth Moravian Church, 45 Main St., Nazareth. 610 759-3163.
It will repeat much of the program on a joint concert with
the Moravian College-Community Orchestra at 8:00 p.m. Saturday, Foy Hall. The orchestra will play
music of Henry Cowell, Paul Hindemith, and Jean Sibelius,
with Robin Kani as flute soloist. $8. Ext. 1650.
Sunday, February 23
We rarely get a chance to see
Larry Lipkis in his other hat, the one he wears when he performs
with the Baltimore Consort.
But the consort is at the Cloisters, that lovely medieval
museum at the top of Manhattan, with a program from the Renaissance
called “Musick’s Silver Sound” at 3:00 p.m.
Wednesday, February 26
Segal, author of Her First American, Other People’s
Houses, and more than 20 books for children, will read from
her work at 4:00 p.m. in Prosser Auditorium. She is the mother
of Jacob Segal, adjunct instructor in sociology, and mother-in-law
of Jean Halley, assistant professor of sociology. Born in
Austria, she left the country after the Nazi Anschluss in
1938 on one of the first Kindertransport trains. Information: