Upcoming Events:

Time Event Title
Mar 27th

Women's Environmental Conference

HSU Campus
Mar 27th

Moonealice

Off Campus - See Listing
Moonalice is a band of hippie musicians from California with no label, no manager, no publicist, no problems, and lots of fans.

They’re made up of seasoned players exploring new musical territory with a passion. Bringing their heady brew of roots, rock, rhythm-and-blues, peppered with spirited doses of improvisation and surprise to the North Coast to benefit forest protection and restoration in Northwest California.

Click to buy ticketss: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/1285530
Doors open at 6pm for dinner and music by Diane Patterson
Moonalice performs at 8pm
6:00 pm Mar 27th

African American/Black Student Town Hall

Jolly Giant Commons
An event to promote the University's new African American Center for Academic Excellence.
7:30 pm Mar 27th

Opera Workshop

Gist Hall Theater
March 26-29 Dido and Aeneas

Witches and lovers clash when HSU Opera Workshop presents the lively and tragic love story of Dido and Aeneas in a relatively short opera (about an hour) by Baroque era English composer Henry Purcell. Set in the ancient world of myth, Dido (played by Olivia Bright) is the widowed Queen of Carthage, and Aeneas (Alberto Rodriguez) is a legendary Trojan warrior. A sorceress (Lorena Tamayo) and her witches plot to drive them apart.



Directed by Elisabeth Harrington, this is a full production with a cast of 18 and an instrumental ensemble conducted by Paul Cummings. It runs March 26-28 at 7:30 p.m. and 2 p.m. on March 29.
7:30 pm Mar 28th

Opera Workshop

Gist Hall Theater
March 26-29 Dido and Aeneas

Witches and lovers clash when HSU Opera Workshop presents the lively and tragic love story of Dido and Aeneas in a relatively short opera (about an hour) by Baroque era English composer Henry Purcell. Set in the ancient world of myth, Dido (played by Olivia Bright) is the widowed Queen of Carthage, and Aeneas (Alberto Rodriguez) is a legendary Trojan warrior. A sorceress (Lorena Tamayo) and her witches plot to drive them apart.


Directed by Elisabeth Harrington, this is a full production with a cast of 18 and an instrumental ensemble conducted by Paul Cummings. It runs March 26-28 at 7:30 p.m. and 2 p.m. on March 29.
2:00 pm Mar 29th

Opera Workshop

Gist Hall Theater
March 26-29 Dido and Aeneas


Witches and lovers clash when HSU Opera Workshop presents the lively and tragic love story of Dido and Aeneas in a relatively short opera (about an hour) by Baroque era English composer Henry Purcell. Set in the ancient world of myth, Dido (played by Olivia Bright) is the widowed Queen of Carthage, and Aeneas (Alberto Rodriguez) is a legendary Trojan warrior. A sorceress (Lorena Tamayo) and her witches plot to drive them apart.

Directed by Elisabeth Harrington, this is a full production with a cast of 18 and an instrumental ensemble conducted by Paul Cummings. It runs March 26-28 at 7:30 p.m. and 2 p.m. on March 29.
5:00 pm Mar 30th

HSU River Institute Seminar: Amphibian Conservation

Science B
"Amphibian Conservation in the Northern Region of California with an Emphasis on State Species of Concern," presented by Michael van Hattem (CA Fish & Wildlife)

A discussion on regional State Species of Concern, conservation tools such as the California Environmental Quality Act, current challenges and threats, recent advances, and future hope from a unique perspective.
5:00 pm Mar 30th

Geology Colloquium

Founders Hall
Lori Dengler, Geology Department, Humboldt State University, presents: "Debris from the 2011 Japan Tsunami: the event that keeps on giving"
8:00 pm Mar 30th

Yonder Mountain String Band

Van Duzer Theater
Bluegrass is music steeped in tradition, but over the past decade and a half Yonder Mountain String Band has spearheaded a renegade movement to rewrite the definition of the genre. Alongside other neo-bluegrass friends, such as Leftover Salmon, Sam Bush, Bela Fleck, and The Travelin' McCourys, YMSB has thoroughly revitalized and contemporized bluegrass, introducing the sound to countless new fans. Paste magazine wrote, "The Yonder Mountain boys have found a formula that works: take rootsy bluegrass influences, add in some rock 'n' roll, and seek out an adventurous audience." The result is always a high-energy musical party!
8:00 pm Mar 30th

Piano Studio Recital

Fulkerson Recital Hall

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