Wooden Cities Ensemble, a collective of performers and composers, performs experimental music during a special performance.

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The Buffalo Jazz Collective Sextet headlines this year's event.

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This year's festival focuses on pollution stemming from plastics and microbeads.

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An informal exhibition of drawings, masks, ceramics, knitted items, and poetry created by Mental Health Association clients.

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Refreshments will be served during an informal talk by Dale Inglett on works in his exhibition.

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Students and faculty are the entertainers. Audience members are the judges.

Pre-registered JCC students, faculty, staff, and alumni compete for prize money and bragging rights as JCC's most talented. Talent will include a variety of performance-based acts.

Sponsored by Phi Theta Kappa.

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Celebrate the music department's new and refurbished spaces in Sheldon Center.

Refreshments, tours, and live music will complement your experience of seeing where music lives at JCC.

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Live music, coffee, and desserts are featured in the spring coffeehouse.

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Aitina Fareed-Cooke/A.I. Musik combines original poetry and hip hop to illustrate stories of endurance.

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Members of this semester's Beginning Voice course perform a recital of works.

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