Red Hot Chilli Pipers
Thursday, May 6
Virtual concert available on demand
A nine-piece ensemble of pipers, guitarists, keyboards and drums rocking with a passion for pipes that leaves audiences breathless. Formed in 2002, the Chillis have taken their signature sound worldwide with their unique fusion of rocked-up bagpipes and clever covers of popular songs from all genres, including traditional pipe tunes and contemporary rock anthems.
Senior BA Thesis Exhibition
Friday, May 7, 5:30 p.m.
Art exhibition, Gallery 406, Arts West
These exhibitions are part of the graduating Elon art major’s capstone experience. It represents the culmination of their art making endeavors. During the opening receptions, each exhibiting artist will present brief statements to offer context to their thesis. Exhibition will remain on view until May 21.
Elon Music Ambassadors, “It’s Personal”
Friday, May 7, 7:30 p.m.
Available live and on demand from McCrary Theatre on Facebook Live
Throughout the years, many composers have been inspired by people who have impacted their lives. As a result, many songs have proper names in the title and lyrics. Other songs have a great back story that gives the listener unique insight into the personal connections that inspired the composer. Sponsored by the Department of Music
Tectonic Plates, Alamance County’s Science Café:
“What’s next in aviation?”
Tuesday, May 11, 7 p.m.
Learn cutting-edge science in a relaxed informal atmosphere without all the technical jargon. Programs are held on the second Tuesday of each month (September through May). In May, Jeff Causey of Causey Aviation Service, Inc. (Burlington), will discuss drones and urban air mobility.
Information is available at https://www.facebook.com/TectonicPlatesScienceCafe.