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Music

Thursday, June 26

International Festival of Arts & Ideas Classical Chamber Music. Piano quartet with Robert McDuffie, violin; Lawrence Dutton, viola; Carter Brey, cello; and Misha Dichter, piano. Works by Mozart, Dvorak and Brahms. 7:30 p.m. Battell Chapel. Tickets: $30. Info.: 1- 888-278-4332

"Music Inspired by William Blake." Performance of music of the artist's time and 20th-century musical settings of his poetry. 7:30 p.m. Library Court, BAC. Free & open to the public. Held in conjunction with the International Festival of Arts & Ideas. Wheelchair-accessible location. Info.: 432-2800

Norfolk Chamber Music Festival. "From Concept to Concert." The Bang on a Can All-Stars and guest composers discuss the process of creating new music. 8 p.m. Ellen Battell Stoeckel Estate, Rtes. 44 & 272, Norfolk. Part of the "Discovery Series" of informal lecture demonstrations. Free admission; reservations suggested. Info.: 1-860- 542-3000

Friday, June 27

Carillon Concert. Featuring Margo Halsted, Univ. of Michigan, Ann Arbor. 7 p.m. Concerts are best heard on Old Campus, between Chapel and Elm sts. In case of rain, space will be provided in Phelps Hall. Free & open to the public

International Festival of Arts & Ideas American Jazz Series. Louisiana Repertory Jazz Ensemble of New Orleans will perform jazz classics on period instruments. 7:30 p.m. Jonathan Edwards courtyard. Tickets: $25. Info.: 1-888-278-4332

Saturday, June 28

International Festival of Arts & Ideas American Jazz Series. Henry Threadgill, avant-garde jazz composer and saxophone, flute player, will perform with his ensemble. 9 p.m. Jonathan Edwards courtyard. Tickets: $25. Info.: 1-888-278-4332

"The Triumph of Time and Truth." Handel's first oratorio from 1707. Daniel Stepner, artistic dir.; Sharon Baker, soprano; Judith Malafronte, mezzo-soprano; Jeffrey Gall, countertenor; William Hite, tenor; and instrumentalists. 8 p.m. SMH. Admission: $15; $10 for students and senior citizens. Info.: 1-800-875-7156. Aston Magna Academy

Sunday, June 29

International Festival of Arts & Ideas Classical Chamber Music. Simon Shaheen and the Near Eastern Music Ensemble. Classical Arabic music from over 600 years of pan-Arabic musical history. 4:30 p.m. Jonathan Edwards courtyard. Tickets: $15. Info.: 1-888-278-4332

International Festival of Arts & Ideas American Jazz Series. Abbey Lincoln Quartet. The singer, songwriter will explore old standards and her own recent hits. 8 p.m. Jonathan Edwards courtyard. Tickets: $25. Info.: 1-888-278-4332

Monday, June 30

Norfolk Chamber Music Festival. "Beyond the 20th Century." The Speculum Musicae ensemble and composer Joan Tower explore where music is headed at the dawn of the millennium. 8 p.m. Ellen Battell Stoeckel Estate, Rtes. 44 & 272, Norfolk. Part of the "Discovery Series" of informal lecture demonstrations. Free admission; reservations suggested. Info.: 1-860-542-3000

Thursday, July 3

Norfolk Chamber Music Festival. "Composers-on-the Rise" features new music by today's young composers and performers. 7:30 p.m. Ellen Battell Stoeckel Estate, Rtes. 44 & 272, Norfolk. Part of the "Young Artists Recitals" series. Suggested admission: $3. Info.: 1-860-542-3000

Friday, July 4

Carillon Concert. Featuring Marietta Douglas, First Presbyterian Church, Stamford. 7 p.m. Concerts are best heard on Old Campus, between Chapel and Elm sts. In case of rain, space will be provided in Phelps Hall. Free & open to the public

Saturday, July 5

Music of Handel, Bach and Telemann. Sally Sanford, guest artistic dir.; Jeanne Lamon, baroque violin; John Thiessen, baroque trumpet; Charlotte Mattax, harpsichord; and Brent Wissick, baroque cello. 8 p.m. SMH. Admission: $15; $10 for students and senior citizens. Info.: 1-800-875-7156. Aston Magna Academy

Friday, July 11

Carillon Concert. Featuring R. Robin Austin, Princeton Univ., NJ. 7 p.m. Concerts are best heard on Old Campus, between Chapel and Elm sts. In case of rain, space will be provided in Phelps Hall. Free & open to the public

Monday & Wednesday, July 14 & 16

Norfolk Chamber Music Festival. Fellows of the Norfolk Summer School perform standards and the eclectic. 7:30 p.m. Ellen Battell Stoeckel Estate, Rtes. 44 & 272, Norfolk. Part of the "Young Artists Recitals" series. Suggested admission: $3. Info.: 1-860-542-3000

Friday, July 18

Carillon Concert. Featuring Peter Langberg, Logumkloster, Denmark. 7 p.m. Concerts are best heard on Old Campus, between Chapel and Elm sts. In case of rain, space will be provided in Phelps Hall. Free & open to the public

Saturday, July 19

18th annual New Haven Jazz Festival. The Fantasy Band, with jazz artists Marion Meadows and Dave Samuels, and the Kit McClure All-Girl Big Band. 6 p.m. New Haven Green. Free & open to the public. Info.: 946-7821. Sponsored by Yale Univ.

Theater

Thursday-Sunday, June 26-29

International Festival of Arts & Ideas Theater and Dance. Les Deux Mondes "Terra promessa, Terra promise Promised Land." Visual theater for adults and children over age 8. Thursday & Friday at 6 p.m.; Saturday & Sunday at 4 p.m. University Theater. Tickets: $15. Post-performance discussion with the company after each show. Info.: 1-888-278-4332

International Festival of Arts & Ideas Theater and Dance. Northern Broadsides "Antony and Cleopatra," by Shakespeare. Thursday-Saturday at 8:15 p.m.; Sunday at 6:15 p.m. University Theatre. Tickets: $20. Post-performance discussion with the company after each show. Info.: 1-888-278-4332

Saturday & Sunday, June 28 & 29

International Festival of Arts & Ideas Theater and Dance. Lucidity Suitcase Theater. Actor Thaddeus Phillips performs Shakespeare's "King Lear" as a 20-minute solo toy theatre piece. 2:30 & 3:30 p.m. Yale Art Gallery Sculpture Garden, enter on High St. Free & open to the public. Info.: 1-888-278-4332

Wednesday-Saturday, July 2-12

"The Handwriting, The Soup and the Hats." The East coast premiere of a comedy by Suzanne Maynard; dir. by Allison Narver. 8 p.m. Summer Cabaret, 217 Park St. Special Tuesday performance, July 8 at 8 p.m.; additional shows Friday & Saturday at 10:30 p.m. Doors open for dinner at 6:30 p.m. Single tickets: $15; passport package: $30-$48. Info.: 432-1567

Sunday, July 13

"The Magic Box," is a new solo theater presentation by Ritchie Porter, drama teacher and performer from Washington, D.C. 1:30 p.m. Peabody Museum of Natural History. Free with museum admission. Wheelchair-accessible location. InfoTape: 432-5050

Wednesday-Saturday, July 16-26

"Billy Bishop Goes to War," by John Gray, is based on the experiences of a Canadian World War I flying ace. Dir. by Alec Wild. 8 p.m. Summer Cabaret, 217 Park St. Special Tuesday performance, July 22 at 8 p.m.; additional shows Friday & Saturday at 10:30 p.m. Doors open for dinner at 6:30 p.m. Single tickets: $15; passport package: $30-$48. Info.: 432-1567

Films

Wednesday & Friday, June 25 & 27

International Festival of Arts & Ideas Films. "These Shoes Weren't Made for Walking" 1995 Canada, Hong Kong, dir., written and produced by Paul Lee. "Ah Ming's Macau" 1996, Macau, written, dir. and edited by Lao Lan Chu. 3 p.m. Yale Art Gallery Lecture Hall, enter on High St. Free & open to the public. Info.: 1-888-278-4332

Thursday & Friday, June 26 & 27

International Festival of Arts & Ideas Films. "Xenolith" 1994 Hong Kong, US, dir., written and produced by Y.N. Wong Ho. Noon. Yale Art Gallery Lecture Hall. Free & open to the public. Info.: 1-888- 278-4332

Thursday & Saturday, June 26 & 28

International Festival of Arts & Ideas Films. "Boat People" 1983, dir. by Ann Hui. Thursday at 3 p.m.; Saturday at noon. Yale Art Gallery Lecture Hall, enter on High St. Free & open to the public. Info.: 1-888-278-4332

Talks, Etc.

Thursday, June 26

"William Blake" is the topic of a gallery talk by docent Nancy Armstrong. 11 a.m. BAC. Free & open to the public. Wheelchair- accessible location. Info.: 432-2800

"Gillian Ayres" is the topic of a gallery talk by docent Evelyn Greenblatt. Noon. BAC. Free & open to the public. Wheelchair- accessible location. Info.: 432-2800

"Concert Songs of Richard Leveridge." A lecture-recital featuring works by Handel. David Thomas, bass with Raymond Erickson, harpsichord. 8 p.m. Dwight Chapel. Free & open to the public. Info.: 1-800-875-7156. Aston Magna Academy

Saturday, June 28

"William Blake" is the topic of a gallery talk by docent Henry James. Noon. BAC. Free & open to the public. Wheelchair-accessible location. Info.: 432-2800

"Art, Literature, and the Stage in 18th-Century England." A lecture-recital by art historian and literature scholar Ronald Paulson from Johns Hopkins Univ. 6 p.m. Sudler Lecture Hall, WLH. Free & open to the public. Info.: 1-800-875-7156. Aston Magna Academy

Thursday, July 3

"William Blake" is the topic of a gallery talk by docent Jean Buck 11 a.m. BAC. Free & open to the public. Wheelchair-accessible location. Info.: 432-2800

"Fabrication of Semiconductor Quantum Wire and Quantum Dot Structures Using Spontaneous Patterning During Epitaxy." Klaus H. Ploog, Paul-Drude-Institut, fur Festkorperelektronick, Berlin, Germany. 11 a.m. Rm. 107, Mason Lab. Special Solid State Seminar. Faculty of Engineering

"Charlotte Mattax & Friends: A Night at the Opera." A lecture- recital of keyboard arrangements of operatic works by Handel, Rameau and Lully, and opera arias and duets of Handel. 8 p.m. Dwight Chapel. Free & open to the public. Info.: 1-800-875-7156. Aston Magna Academy

Saturday, July 5

"Dance in the London Theater, 1715-1760." A lecture by dance historian Carol Marsh, assisted by dancers in baroque costume. 8 p.m. WHC. Free & open to the public. Info.: 1-800-875-7156. Aston Magna Academy

Thursday, July 10 & 17

Summer Lecture Series. Well-known authors will read from or discuss their works. July 10: speaker to be announced; July 17: Tom Drury, novelist and short story writer. 8 p.m. Davies Aud., Becton Center. Free & open to the public. Info.: 432-2430

Biomedical Sciences

Tuesday, June 24

"Chemomodulatory Effects of Cyclosporin A in Epithelial Ovarian Cancer." Dr. Setsuko K. Chambers. 8:30 a.m. Fitkin Amph. Cancer Center grand rounds

"New Directions in the Management of Multiple Sclerosis." Dr. Barry Arnason, Univ. of Chicago. 4:30-5:30 p.m. Fitkin Amph. Neurology grand rounds

Wednesday, June 25

Mary Jane Keller Lecture on "The Use of Intravenous Immunoglobulins in the Treatment of Autoimmune Diseases." Dr. Michael M. Frank, the Samuel L. Katz Prof. and chair, dept. of pediatrics, prof. of immunology and medicine, Duke Univ. Medical Center. Noon. Fitkin Amph. Pediatric grand rounds

Thursday, June 26

Yale Cerebrovascular Center Multidisciplinary Conference. Multidisciplinary case discussions. 4-5 p.m. "Morbidity and Mortality on Yale Cerebrovascular Center Services." Deborah Webb, clinical nurse specialist, vascular neurology program. 5-5:30 p.m. GE Conference Rm., TMP basement.

Friday, June 27

"Repair of Massive Rotator Cuff Tears." Dr. Evan Flatow. 8-9 a.m. Ray-Path Conference will follow, 9-10 a.m. Brady Aud. Dept. of orthopaedics and rehabilitation resident education

Endocrine Physiology and Therapeutics Conference. "Jeopardy." 11:45 a.m. Giarman Conference Rm., B201 SHM.

Tuesday, July 1

Department of Internal Medicine Emergency Lecture Series. "COPD, Asthma." Dr. Gregory Geba. Noon. Fitkin Amph.

Wednesday, July 2

Department of Internal Medicine Emergency Lecture Series. "Hypertensive Emergencies." Dr. Stephen Huot. Noon. Max Taffel Rm., Sides A-C.

Thursday, July 3

Department of Internal Medicine Patient-Focused Medical Grand Rounds. Topic to be announced. Dr. Vincent Quagliarello. 8:30 a.m. Fitkin Amph.

Monday, July 7

Department of Internal Medicine Emergency Lecture Series. "Management of Acute MI." Dr. Joseph Brennan. Noon. Brady Aud.

Tuesday, July 8

Department of Internal Medicine Emergency Lecture Series. "DKA, HHNK." Dr. Silvio Inzucchi. Noon. Fitkin Amph.

Wednesday, July 9

Department of Internal Medicine Emergency Lecture Series. "Endocarditis." Dr. Vincent Andriole. Noon. Max Taffel Rm., Sides A- C.

Thursday, July 10

Department of Internal Medicine Patient-Focused Medical Grand Rounds. Topic to be announced. Dr. Kenneth Cohen. 8:30 a.m. Fitkin Amph.

Friday, July 11

Department of Internal Medicine Emergency Lecture Series. "SVT, VT." Dr. Rachel Lampert. Noon. Fitkin Amph.

Monday, July 14

Department of Internal Medicine Housestaff Meeting will be held at noon. Fitkin Amph.

Tuesday, July 15

Department of Internal Medicine Emergency Lecture Series. "Management of Unstable Angina." Dr. Michael Remetz. Noon. Fitkin Amph.

Wednesday, July 16

Department of Internal Medicine Emergency Lecture Series. "Respiratory Failure and Disorders of Ventilation." Dr. Vahid Mohsenin. Noon. Max Taffel Rm., Sides A-C.

Thursday, July 17

Department of Internal Medicine Medical Grand Rounds. "Parvo Virus in Adults." Drs. Thomas Duffy and Marie Landry. 8:30 a.m. Fitkin Amph.

Friday, July 18

Department of Internal Medicine Emergency Lecture Series. "Oncological Emergencies." Dr. Dennis Cooper. Noon. Fitkin Amph.

Monday, July 21

"Neuron-glia Signaling in Excitatory Amino Acid and Nitric Oxide Transmission: Role of Glutathione in Schizophrenia." Kim Quang Do Cuenod, Brain Research Institute, Univ. of Zurich. Noon. 206 BCMM. Section of neurobiology seminar

Department of Internal Medicine Emergency Lecture Series. "Upper GI Bleeding." Dr. Rosemarie Fisher. Noon. Fitkin Amph.

And ...

Wednesday, June 25

"Introduction to the World Wide Web Lynx." Learn to use the text-based browser with a Pantheon email account. This class if primarily for people whose main modem connection uses remote dialup, not PPP. 10 a.m.-noon. Electronic Classroom, CCL. Register at the SML reference desk, 432-1775, or via email: SMLREF@YALE.EDU

Friday, June 27

School of Art "Summer in New Haven" exhibition reception. The exhibit features works by School of Art MFA students in painting, sculpture, graphic design and photography. The reception is 5-7 p.m., Friday, June 27. A&A; Gallery. Free & open to the public. The exhibit will be on view 10 a.m.-7 p.m., Monday-Friday, through July 11. For wheelchair-access, call 432-2645

Monday, June 30

"Nexis: The Basics." Intro. to the online, networked database offering access to newspapers, magazines, newswires and other info. sources. 1-3 p.m. Electronic Classroom, CCL. Limited to Yale faculty & students. Register at the SML reference desk, 432-1775, or via email: SMLREF@YALE.EDU

Tuesday, July 1, 8 & 15

Summer Ballroom Dance Workshops. Taught by Alex Scott, coach of the Yale Ballroom Dance Team. Instruction in waltz, July 1; cha cha, July 8, and salsa, mambo, July 15. 7-9 p.m. Dwight Hall. No partners are required. Fee: $8 per person for each class; $20 per person for each set of three classes if paid on the first night.

Wednesday, July 9

"Advanced Orbis Searching." For experienced Orbis users. Learn how to search using more than a single word; find books and articles published in specific years; search for books in Esperanto and more. 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Electronic Classroom, CCL. Open to all members of the Yale community. Register at the SML reference desk, 432-1775, or via email: SMLREF@YALE.EDU

Thursday, July 10

"Internet Search Engines." A survey of the best tools for locating info. on the Internet. 10 a.m.-noon. Electronic Classroom, CCL. Register at the SML reference desk, 432-1775, or via email: SMLREF@YALE.EDU

Friday, July 11

"Butterfly Basics at the Peabody." Learn how to create a butterfly garden, take butterfly photos, and raise butterflies. Children can create butterfly or caterpillar hats to take home. 1:30- 4 p.m. Peabody Museum of Natural History. Free with museum admission. Held in conjunction with the Lepidopterists Society's 50th anniversary. Wheelchair-accessible location. InfoTape: 432-5050

Friday, July 18

"Nexis: The Basics." Intro. to the online, networked database offering access to newspapers, magazines, newswires and other info. sources. 1-3 p.m. Electronic Classroom, CCL. Limited to Yale faculty & students. Register at the SML reference desk, 432-1775, or via email: SMLREF@YALE.EDU

Monday, July 21

"Listservs and Newsgroups: Scholarly Communication on the Internet." Learn about listserv discussion lists and Usenet groups and how to find and use them for scholarly research. 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Electronic Classroom, CCL. Register at the SML reference desk, 432-1775, or via email: SMLREF@YALE.EDU

Tours

Guided Tours of the Campus leave from the Visitor Information Center, 149 Elm St., Monday-Friday, 10:30 a.m. & 2 p.m.; Saturday & Sunday, 1:30 p.m. Free & open to the public. Info.: 432-2300

New Haven First. Learn about cultural and technological advances that originated in New Haven or were introduced by city residents. The tour leaves from the Visitor Information Center, 149 Elm St. Thursday, noon. Free & open to the public. Info.: 432-2302

International Festival of Arts & Ideas Walking Tours. "City Tour Around the Green," June 25, 2 p.m., June 26 & 27, 11 a.m. & 2 p.m., June 28 & 29, 11 a.m. "Yale Campus Tour," June 25, 2 p.m., June 26-29, 11 a.m. & 2 p.m. "Wooster Square Tour," June 25, 2 p.m., "Hillhouse Avenue Tour," June 26, 2 p.m.; "Architecture of Louis Kahn," led by Prof. Alexander Purves, June 27, 2 p.m. and "Tour of Contemporary New Haven Architecture, 1950-1996," June 28 & 29, 2 p.m. All festival walking tours leave from the Yale Visitor Information Center, 149 Elm St. Free admission. Info.: 1-888-278-4332

Introductory Walk is a tour of the British Art Center and survey of British painting. Led by docent Merrit Clark on June 28, and by docents to be announced on July 5 and 12, 11 a.m. BAC. Free & open to the public. Wheelchair-accessible location. Info.: 432-2800

General tour of Sterling and Cross Campus Libraries. Open to all members of the Yale community; bring a valid Yale I.D. to assure access to the Sterling stacks. July 8, 3:30 p.m. Meet at the SML reference desk.

Architecture Film and Tour. "Louis I. Kahn," a film about the Yale Center for British Art's architect will be screened July 19, 11 a.m. A tour of the building, led by docent William Farrar, will follow. BAC. Free & open to the public. Wheelchair-accessible location. Info.: 432-2800

Religion

Holy Eucharist Rite II. The Episcopal Church at Yale. Tuesday, 5:15 p.m. Dwight Chapel, 67 High St. For more info., call 432-1140

Zen Instruction and Practice. Meditation instruction and orientation, 6:30 p.m., Monday, Zen meditation at 7 p.m.; sitting meditation, Wednesday, 12:30-1 p.m. Battell Chapel, Elm and College sts. Info.: 787-0912, New Haven Zen Center

St. Thomas More Catholic Chapel and Center. The summer schedule is: Wednesday Mass, 5:30 p.m. followed by the Sacrament of Penance on the first Wednesday of the month or by appointment, and Sunday Mass, 10 a.m. St. Thomas More Chapel, 268 Park St. Info.: 777-5537

Bible Study Group meets over a potluck supper, Wednesday, 5:45-7:15 p.m. Dwight Hall conference rm, 67 High St. Info.: 432- 1128. The Church of Christ in Yale University

Bible Study and Prayer. International Church at Yale. Wednesday, 7 p.m. Dwight Hall library, 67 High St. Info.: 432-2421

Orthodox Christian Fellowship Vespers. The Very Rev. Westerberg. Thursday, 4:30 p.m. Branford Chapel, 74 High St.

Shabbat Services. Reform and Orthodox, Friday, 5:30 p.m. Conservative, Egalitarian at 5:45 p.m. Orthodox Shabbat, Saturday, 9:30 a.m. and Conservative, Egalitarian at 10 a.m. Joseph Slifka Center, 80 Wall St. The morning Conservative, Egalitarian Shabbat meets year round. Info.: 432-1134

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Mormon. Sacrament meeting, Sunday, 9-10 a.m.; Sunday school and auxiliaries, Sunday,10 a.m.-noon. 84 Trumbull St.

Sunday Service. International Church at Yale. Bible study: 9:30 a.m.; worship:10:30 a.m. Dwight Chapel, 67 High St.

University Public Worship. The Rev. Kate Latimer, will be preaching, Sunday, June 29; July 13 & 20; a service of Communion with Wanda Watkins, Andover Newton Seminary student, preaching, July 6. All services are at 10 a.m. Battell Chapel, Elm and College sts. Info.: 432-1128 or 432-8750. Univ. Chaplain's Office, Church of Christ in Yale, member church, United Church of Christ


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