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Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Creative Arts

The annual Festival of the Creative Arts showcases nationally acclaimed performers and visual artists together with music, dance, theater, film and artwork by more than 300 Brandeis students and alumni. 

Join us April 23 - 26, 2015! The theme this year is LIGHT. Full schedule will be posted in March.

The Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Creative Arts is free and open to the public.

2014-15 Planning Committee:

  • Torey Carter ’15, Too Cheap for Instruments/Folkfest (spring only)
  • Caley Chase ’16, Theater Arts UDR (spring only)
  • Zoë Golub-Sass ’16, Theater Arts UDR
  • Alex Hall ’15, president of SCRAM
  • Leigh Hilderbrandt, Box Office Manager, Student Activities
  • Hannah Jones, Manager of Museum Administration and Special Events, Rose Art Museum
  • Allison Leventhal, Assistant Director for Programs and Resident Support, Dept. of Community Living
  • Charlie Madison ’15, Programs Assistant, Office of the Arts (secretary)
  • Susan Metrican, Curator and Director of the Arts, Women’s Studies Research Center
  • Allie Morse ’10, Social Media and Digital Content Specialist, Office of Communications
  • Michele Oshima, Consulting Project Manager, Office of the Arts
  • Deborah Rosenstein, Concert Program Manager, Music Department
  • Ingrid Schorr, Acting Director, Office of the Arts (chair)
  • Jamie Semel '17, Theater Arts
  • Elba Valerio, Program Coordinator, Intercultural Center
  • Vivek Vimal, GSAS (Neuroscience)
  • Jennifer Yee, Patron Services Coordinator, Rose Art Museum

2014-15 Faculty Advisory Committee:

  • Christopher Bedford, Director, Rose Art Museum
  • Cynthia Cohen, Director, Program in Peacebuilding and the Arts
  • Christopher Frost, Studio Art
  • Jesse Hinson, Theater Arts
  • Jasmine Johnson, African and Afro-American Studies/Women's and Gender Studies
  • Alice Kelikian, History/Film, Television and Interactive Media
  • John Lisman, Biology
  • Robert Nieske, Music
  • Todd Pavlisko, Studio Art
  • Ingrid Schorr, Office of the Arts (chair)
  • David Sherman, English