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Brown Club OC events calendar for February 2014


Brown Club OC February event updates

Join Brown Club OC at a free concert by Brown alumnus Gabe Kahane at Sage Hill School,6:45p.m. to 8:15 p.m., Tuesday, February 4.

Los Angeles native Gabriel Kahane has quickly become one of the stars of the Brooklyn music scene. Gabe is a singer-songwriter, pianist, and occasional banjo-player who became known for his 2006 song cycle “Craigslistlieder”—a series of songs inspired by ads posted on Craigslist. Since then he has composed music for the Public Theatre & Yale Repertory Theatre, collaborated with Rufus Wainwright and Sufjan Stevens, and received commissions by the Brooklyn Academy of Music. His first album “Where are the Arms” was released in 2011 to stellar reviews. His latest song cycle, "25 Addresses in Los Angeles” – a musical ode to the city that is constantly reinventing itself—premieres at the Laguna Beach Music Festival on Saturday, Feb. 8.

To attend this complimentary concert Tues. February 4 at 6:45 p.m. with post event “Meet and Greet” for Brown Club members from 8:30-9:00, please click on Gabe Kahane Concert at Sage Hill School

For more information, contact Scott Westerfield at Scott Westerfield or Angela Gupta at Angela Gupta

Brown Club OC hosts Professor Matthew Gutmann at UC Irvine’s Faculty Club on Tuesday, February 18 from 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Professor Matthew Gutmann comes to Orange County on Tuesday, February 18 to present "Men are Animals in Love and War".

Gutmann is Professor of Anthropology and Faculty Fellow at the Watson Institute for International Studies at Brown University. As a scholar, his research and teaching have focused on studies of masculinity; public health; politics; and the military.

From 2009 to 2013, Gutmann was Vice President for International Affairs at Brown, leading the University's efforts to build collaborations and exchanges with leading institutions around the world, recruit top faculty and students, and oversee major programs relevant to internationalization. He has also been a visiting professor in China, France, Mexico, and Spain. In addition to working in Latin America for the last two decades, Gutmann's undergraduate major was modern and classical Chinese.

Come join us for a lively discussion about a key aspect of human nature and its impact on culture the world over.

Pre-registration required at TICKETS

Directions to the University Club at UC Irvine: Directions

Complimentary refreshments provided.

Ticket prices:Young Alumni FREE / Club Members $10 / Non-Members $15

Questions? Call or text Scott Westerfield at 949-636-1975 or email

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