Dance performances

Art exhibition, music and dance performances throughout April at TAMIU

A host of live music and dance performances, plus a senior art exhibit will take center stage in April at Texas International University’s Center for Fine and Performing Arts (CFPA). A&M (TAMIU).

All music and dance performances are free and open to the public. With the exception of Music on the Menu, Silent Movie Saturday and the “9 Divines” – Senior Art Exhibit, all events begin at 7:30 p.m.

Upcoming events are currently scheduled:

Big Music: Spring Band TAMIU Concert – Friday, April 8 at CFPA Recital Hall.

Dallas Black Dance Theater – Friday, April 8 at the CFPA Theater.

Concert by the TAMIU Orchestra – Monday April 11 at the CFPA Recital Hall.

Percussion ensemble recital – Wednesday, April 13 in the CFPA recital hall.

“9 Divines” – Spring 2022 Art Student Exhibition – Thursday, April 14 at 5 p.m. in the CFPA Gallery – the exhibition continues until Wednesday, April 27.

Brass ensemble recital – Thursday, April 14 in the CFPA recital hall.

Saxophone and Clarinet Studio Recital – Tuesday, April 19 in the CFPA Recital Hall.

Sing Into Spring: TAMIU Chamber Singers and Voice Studio Recital – Wednesday, April 20 in the CFPA Recital Hall.

Spring Dance Concerts – Friday and Saturday April 22 and 23 at the CFPA Theater.

International guitar concert – Tuesday 26 April. in the CFPA Recital Hall.

Music on the menu – Wednesday, April 27 at 12:15 p.m. in the CFPA recital hall.

Coming in May:



Keyboard Studio Recital – Tuesday, May 3 in the CFPA Recital Hall.

Silent Film Saturday – Saturday, May 7 at 3 p.m. in the CFPA Recital Hall.

A full list of events, including student recitals, can be viewed at go.tamiu.edu/fpaevents.

Although the events are offered at no cost, donations will be gladly accepted at the door to support music and dance scholarships available to TAMIU students.

TAMIU College of Arts and Sciences, Department of Fine and Performing Arts offers Bachelor of Music Education and Bachelor of Music in Performance. Students can also pursue a Bachelor of Arts in Music with a double major. A minor in music is also available.

A minor in dance is also available. Students can also take dance lessons for one credit elective. Classes are offered in ballet, folk ballet, flamenco, modern/contemporary, choreography, dance conditioning and more.

A Bachelor of Arts in Art, as well as a Bachelor of Arts with All Levels Certification. Minors in Art History and Studio Art are currently offered. Several courses are offered to students, including courses in art history, ceramics, design, drawing, painting, photography, printmaking and more.

For more information on the degrees available through the University’s Department of Fine and Performing Arts, visit http://catalog.tamiu.edu/undergraduate-information/arts-sciences/fine-performing-arts/.

Keep up to date with the latest information on upcoming performances and live streams by following TAMIU Fine and Performing Arts Center on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/TAMIUCFPA and Instagram at https://www.instagram .com/txamiuperformingarts/ .

For more information, contact the University’s Department of Fine and Performing Arts hotline at 956.326.3044, or visit the Center for Fine and Performing Arts offices, Room 217.