On the March 1 program, William Stibor has these previews...VOICES OF LIGHT is the next Arts for the Soul performance series at First Presbyterian in Lincoln, Sunday, March 3. In partnership with the Hildegard Center for the Arts and their Heroes Among Us project, the concert combines music and the spoken word in a tribute to individuals who have made a significant and positive impact on our world. Along with the First Presbyterian Choir and organist Charles
W. Ore, special guests include actress Pippa White, the Union College choir ‘The Twelve, and KFOR Radio’s Charlie Brogan. Photographer Brett Erickson opens his exhibit, PLAINSKY NEBRASKANS, Images of Nebraska’s High Plains at the West Nebraska Arts Center Gallery in Scottsbluff, March 1-28, evoking the nobility of Western Nebraska even in decline and its inherent spirituality. The Sheldon Museum of Art’s PHOTOGRAPHY SYMPOSIUM is Saturday March 2nd in Lincoln, in conjunction with the Sheldon’s ENCOUNTERS photo exhibit. Friday Live previews the free, public symposium featuring a panel of artists and scholars who will explore the conflicts and concurrences that shaped the modern photographic image. UNL Chamber Singers Director Therees Hibbard previews their performance in the Great Hall of the Sheldon Museum of Art at 2pm on Sunday, Mar 3rd, and UNL Director of Orchestral Activities Tyler White chats up the UNL Symphony Orchestra’s program of Rachmaninoff, Rossini, R. Strauss, Beethoven, and Wagner, Tuesday, Mar 5 at 7:30 pm in Kimball Recital Hall. The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at UNL hosts another Open House, Sunday, Mar. 3rd at the Champions Club by Memorial Stadium in Lincoln. Leta Powell-Drake previews the many available classes and workshops for lifelong learners, and a bit of music from Sunday’s featured performers, folk band, Jubilee. Also, All About Books, a Ross film review, and the statewide arts calendar.