Arts Events for March 2017

Note: While we make every effort to keep this listing up to date, event details are subject to change. All events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.


Tacit Reflections

Thursday, February 23 – Wednesday, March 22

An exhibition by visiting artist Ryan Stander. Curated by Mike Conlan.

Vantage Points

Dayton Contemporary Dance Company presents Vantage Points: A Read Between the Lines

Saturday March 4 and Sunday March 5

A look at storytelling through dance with the help of celebrated New York-based choreographer Ray Mercer.

Saturday Performance >

Sunday Performance >


Thursday, Mar. 9 - Thursday, Apr. 6

A collaboration between the Center for International Programs and IACT at ArtStreet, the 12th annual Citizens of the World installation highlights students’ experiences of the world in which we live through visual and expressive storytelling.

Del Sol Quartet

Earth Cry: A View from the World Down Under

Thursday, March 16

Del Sol Quartet violinist Charlton Lee will talk with didgeridu player Stephen Kent in this pre-concert lecture. Reception and concert to follow. Tickets are required for the concert.

Del Sol

Del Sol String Quartet, with Stephen Kent, Didjeridu Master

Thursday, March 16

The adventurous, San Francisco-based Del Sol String Quartet explores the contemporary music terrain.


Neave Trio

Sunday, March 19

This concert by the critically-acclaimed Neave Trio is a Vanguard Legacy Concert, representing the best in classical chamber programming.

Piano Recital

Aviatori, Faculty Piano Trio

Monday, March 20

The Piano Trio, by Franz Schubert op. 99, presented by Department of Music faculty.


About Being ...

Friday, March 24 — Saturday, March 25

DCDC2 and the Dayton Contemporary Dance Company perform with University of Dayton Ensemble dancers in this collaboratively crafted new work with the idea of the story circle where people come together and share stories.


University Chorale and Choral Union

Sunday, March 26

This program will feature compositions by Joseph Gregorio and the Ohio Choral Directors Association’s commissioned works of Howard Helvey and Jake Runestad.

Common Academic Program

Exhibition: Horvath

Thursday, March 30 – Thursday, April 27

This annual juried student show is open to students of all majors.


Opera Workshop Cabaret

Friday, March 31

This promises to be an entertaining evening of opera and musical theatre scenes. Refreshments are served.

Contact Us

The Arts at UD

300 College Park 
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 2620