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November 2020

West Lafayette Global Fest Care Package
Fri, Nov 6, 2020 / 12:00 am - Thu, Dec 31, 2020 / 12:00 am

The West Lafayette Global Fest Care Package can help create a global experience where you are, while helping to support the event for the years of growth ahead.
Care Packages are $20 each.

December 2020

Manual Cinema’s Christmas Carol
Fri, Dec 4, 2020 - Sun, Dec 13, 2020

Friday, December 4 @ 8pm EST / Saturday, December 5 @ 8pm EST
Friday, December 11 @ 8pm EST / Saturday, December 12 @ 8pm EST
Sunday, December 13 @ 4pm EST

January 2021

Scott Silven’s The Journey
Tue, Jan 26 - Sun, Jan 31

January 26-30 @ 7pm ET and 8:30pm ET
January 31 @ 2:30pm ET and 4pm ET

February 2021

Live from Emmet’s Place
Mon, Feb 8 / 7:30 pm

“We need to play music to be ourselves--to heal people,” says jazz pianist Emmet Cohen from his Harlem apartment during the COVID shutdown--and he means it.

Live from Emmet’s Place
Mon, Feb 15 / 7:30 pm

“We need to play music to be ourselves--to heal people,” says jazz pianist Emmet Cohen from his Harlem apartment during the COVID shutdown--and he means it.

Live from Emmet’s Place
Mon, Feb 22 / 7:30 pm

“We need to play music to be ourselves--to heal people,” says jazz pianist Emmet Cohen from his Harlem apartment during the COVID shutdown--and he means it.

Ran Dank & Soyeon Kate Lee
Thu, Feb 25 / 7:30 pm

Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 in D minor Transcription for Two Pianos by Franz Liszt

March 2021

Live from Emmet’s Place
Mon, Mar 1 / 7:30 pm

“We need to play music to be ourselves--to heal people,” says jazz pianist Emmet Cohen from his Harlem apartment during the COVID shutdown--and he means it.

Live from Emmet’s Place
Mon, Mar 8 / 7:30 pm

“We need to play music to be ourselves--to heal people,” says jazz pianist Emmet Cohen from his Harlem apartment during the COVID shutdown--and he means it.

Live from Emmet’s Place
Mon, Mar 15 / 7:30 pm

“We need to play music to be ourselves--to heal people,” says jazz pianist Emmet Cohen from his Harlem apartment during the COVID shutdown--and he means it.

DISSONANCE: TEDxPurdueU Main Event
Sat, Mar 20 / 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Dissonance involves a clash—of musical notes, of ideas, of beliefs. Sometimes uncomfortable, sometimes ugly, sometimes simply unpleasant. But, those who listen closely may find value and true beauty in dissonance: the cacophony of two notes juxtaposed with the harmony that follows, two unlike ideas which force us to question our established beliefs. TEDxPurdueU invites you to join us at our virtual event, “Dissonance,” and discover the ways in which dissonance enriches our lives and challenges us.

Live from Emmet’s Place
Mon, Mar 22 / 7:30 pm

“We need to play music to be ourselves--to heal people,” says jazz pianist Emmet Cohen from his Harlem apartment during the COVID shutdown--and he means it.

St. Lawrence String Quartet
Thu, Mar 25 / 7:30 pm

The Haydn Discovery Experience

Live from Emmet’s Place
Mon, Mar 29 / 7:30 pm

“We need to play music to be ourselves--to heal people,” says jazz pianist Emmet Cohen from his Harlem apartment during the COVID shutdown--and he means it.

April 2021

Live from Emmet’s Place
Mon, Apr 5 / 7:30 pm

“We need to play music to be ourselves--to heal people,” says jazz pianist Emmet Cohen from his Harlem apartment during the COVID shutdown--and he means it.

Live from Emmet’s Place
Mon, Apr 12 / 7:30 pm

“We need to play music to be ourselves--to heal people,” says jazz pianist Emmet Cohen from his Harlem apartment during the COVID shutdown--and he means it.

New York-based theatre creatives Elevator Repair Service re-creates this profoundly relevant debate verbatim for this work-in-progress performance.

Live from Emmet’s Place
Mon, Apr 19 / 7:30 pm

“We need to play music to be ourselves--to heal people,” says jazz pianist Emmet Cohen from his Harlem apartment during the COVID shutdown--and he means it.

Live from Emmet’s Place
Mon, Apr 26 / 7:30 pm

“We need to play music to be ourselves--to heal people,” says jazz pianist Emmet Cohen from his Harlem apartment during the COVID shutdown--and he means it.

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