‘Game Of Thrones,’ Symphony Orchestra, And D’Art In This Weekend In Arts

The Beethoven Project

(Thursday 7:30 P.M.)

Boston College Chamber Music Society students will perform Beethoven’s Trio in Bb minor, Op. 97 “Archduke.” The performance will be held in Gasson 100. Admission to the performance is free.

 

D’Art: Seeing the Caribbean

(Ongoing)

The Caribbean Culture Club opened its Spring art exhibit this week. Come see some of Boston College’s Caribbean students’ artwork and pieces inspired by the Caribbean. The exhibit can be found in the study space in Stokes South.

 

Ex Machina

(Opens Friday)

Oscar Isaac, Domhnall Gleeson, and Alicia Vikander star in this sci-fi thriller about an Internet programmer who is chosen to analyze the characteristics and thoughts of an artificially intelligent robot.

 

Game of Thrones

(Sunday 9 P.M.)

The gory premiere of the 5th season of HBO’s hit fantasy series airs this weekend. The episode will be available for viewing on HBO, HBO HD, HBO Now or your friend’s brother’s HBO GO account.

 

Jerry Seinfeld

(Friday 7 P.M.)

The legendary comedian will be doing a stand-up routine at the Citi Wang Theatre this weekend. Tickets are pricey, but it is definitely worth it to see the man who is all about nothing.

 

The Longest Ride

(Opens Friday)

Nicholas Sparks’ latest film adaptation hits theaters this weekend. Luke and Sophia are a young flourishing couple who are reminded of the significance of their relationship by a bereaved lover, Ira.

 

Symphony Orchestra

(Sunday 3 P.M.)

The Boston College Symphony Orchestra will be holding its Spring Concert this Sunday. Come see an assorted set list and performances from guests and Concerto Competition winner, Julian Honma.

 

Wine Tasting

(Saturday 10:30 A.M.)

The Campus Activities Board is hosting this tour of the Nashoba Valley Vineyard. Attendees will get an intricate look at the process of making fruit wines, distillates, and brandies. Tickets are $12. Buses leave at 10:30 A.M.

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