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Professor Andres Resendez: The Other Slavery (10/19/2017)
Rowland-Taylor Recital Hall | 7:30 PM Andres Resendez, a professor of History at the University of California, Davis, will discuss his groundbreaking book, The Other Slavery: The Uncovered Story of Indian Enslavement in America, a finalist for the 2016 National Book Award and winner of the 2017 Bancroft Prize. Free | More Info: www.SchoolOfTheArts-CSUChico.com ; (530) 898-5366
Jazz X-Press: Swing Swing Swing (10/21/2017)
Harlen Adams Theatre | 7:30 PM The Chico State Jazz X-Press offers up another night of swinging jazz. The X-Press continues its efforts to bring in guest artists and clinicians to reach to our public-school systems and share a week of intensified jazz learning, culminating in a fall concert with the Jazz X-Press and special guests. Purchase Tickets at the University Box Office More Info: www.SchoolOfTheArts-CSUChico.com; (530) 898-5152
Travis Brass Quintet (10/26/2017)
Harlen Adams Theatre | 7:30 PM A U.S. Air Force band, Travis Brass has been delighting audiences in the West for several decades. The quintet performed at the 2012 National Brass Symposium and was showcased on the Band of the Golden West's chamber music recordings "Wood 'N Brass" and "Bayside Bravura." Free | More Info: (530) 898-5152; www.SchoolOfTheArts-CSUChico.com
Symphonic Winds: New York Cityscape (10/28/2017)
Harlen Adams Theatre | 7:30 PM Take a coast-to-coast musical trip across the varied landscape of the United States. The Travis Brass and the Chico State Band will portray New York CIty with Jeff Tyzik's New York Cityscape. Purchase tickets at the University Box Office More Info: (530) 898-5152; www.SchoolOfTheArts-CSUChico.com

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