November is CUNY Month, an opportunity to explore the exciting cultural and educational activities happening throughout the 24 campuses of the City University of New York (CUNY). A senior college of CUNY, Brooklyn College is recognized for its academic excellence, innovative programs, urban engagement and outstanding alumni accomplishments. Events on campus this month include an evening with transgender artist and activist Rebecca Kling and the Art of Time Ensemble’s performance of the Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. All events are free and open to the public, unless otherwise stated. Campus Walking Tour Nov. 5 – 6, 9 – 13, 16 – 20, 23 – 25, 30 Prospective students can explore our beautiful campus, buildings and facilities on a walking tour with a Brooklyn College Navigator while learning about our dynamic community, campus life and academic programs. 10 a.m.; 3 p.m. 28th Biannual International Electroacoustic Music Festival Nov. 5 A cornucopia of cutting-edge works by masters and emerging talents. Studio 312, Roosevelt Hall Extension 7 p.m. Study Abroad 1.0 – Information Session Nov. 10, 17, 19, 24 Learn about study abroad options, countries to be visited and costs. 1108 Boylan Hall 1 – 2 p.m. Brooklyn College Scholars Program Open House Nov. 5 Take an intimate look at the oldest honors program within the City University of New York (CUNY) system. Its framework and interdisciplinary liberal arts curriculum serves as a model for programs across the country. Click here to RSVP. 2231 Boylan Hall 6 p.m. Woodwind, Brass and Percussion Day Nov. 6 A day of workshops, master classes and performances. Whitman Hall 8:45 a.m. – 1:45 p.m. Conservatory Orchestra II Nov. 6 Prokofiev’s “Classical Symphony;” Roussel’s “Le festin de l’araignee;” Sibelius’ “Belshazzar’s Feast” and Ravel’s “Le tombeau de Couperin.” Conducted by George Rothman. Whitman Hall 7:30 p.m. Belleville by Amy Herzog Nov. 6, 7, 9, 10, 11 In an exploration of how our dreams and perceptions change in an instant, Belleville tells the story of Abby and Zack, an American couple living in a multicultural Parisian neighborhood. The play examines the limits of trust and dependency in a world where love can turn pathological and our most intimate relationships may not be what they seem. Written by Amy Herzog. Directed by M.F.A. directing candidate Eric D. Ort. 7:30 p.m.; additionally at 2 p.m. on Sat., Nov. 7 New Workshop Theater, Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts Cost: $12 Faculty Recital: Lars Frandsen, guitar Nov. 10 Music by Brouwer, Dyens and Ourkouzounov, with the Brooklyn Guitar Quartet. Studio 312, Roosevelt Hall Extension 7 p.m. M.F.A.: Open Studios Nov. 12, 13 Open studio for M.F.A. students. Fifth and sixth floor, Boylan Hall 12 – 4:30 p.m.; 6 – 10 p.m. Black Violin Nov. 14 Virtuoso violinists Kev Marcus and Wil B. return to the Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts at Brooklyn College (BCBC) with their electrifying mash-up of hip-hop, classical and pop tunes. With appearances ranging from the Billboard Music Awards to President Obama’s official inaugural ball, this dynamic duo never fails to take audiences by storm with their unique spin on music for strings. Whitman Hall, Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts 2 – 4 p.m. Brooklyn College Gospel Choir Nov. 14 Uplifting songs of joy and love from traditional and contemporary gospel. Co-directed by Amanda Ravello and Shantel Woodley. Studio 312, Roosevelt Hall Extension 7 p.m. Music for Winds II Nov. 17 The Brooklyn College Conservatory of Music students present chamber works for winds. Coordinated by Marianne Gythfeldt. Studio 312, Roosevelt Hall Extension 12: 30 p.m. Conservatory Guitar Ensemble Nov. 17 Music by Jeff Tobias, Matt Rosenthal and others. Directed by Lars Frandsen. Studio 312, Roosevely Hall Extension 7 p.m. Uncovering the Mirrors: An Evening with Transgender Artist and Activist Rebecca Kling Nov. 17 This piece travels from Rebecca’s first explorations of gender at six years old, naked and uncomfortable in her body, to the Bar Mitzvah that gendered her as a “man,” from the hormones coursing through her blood, to a future as fragile as glass. Uncovering the Mirrors confronts the gender policing we all experience in our day-to-day lives, and asks how to live with regrets, push beyond mistakes and look in the mirror each morning without flinching. Amersfort Lounge, Second Floor, Student Center (1 Campus Rd., Brooklyn, NY) 6:30 – 9 p.m. Conservatory Wind Ensemble Nov. 18 Classic and modern works for symphonic band. Conducted by Jeff W. Ball. Whitman Hall, Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts 7 p.m. Afternoon Chamber Music I Nov. 19 Conservatory of Music students present solo and chamber works. Coordinated by Marianne Gythfeldt. Whitman Hall, Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts 1 p.m. Brooklyn College Big Band Nov. 19 Big band music of Latin and jazz masters. Directed by Grammy-winning Brooklyn College alumnus and professor Arturo O’Farrill. Studio 312, Roosevelt Hall Extension 7 p.m. The Triangle Factory Fire Project by Christopher Piehler, in collaboration with Scott Alan Evans Nov. 20, 21, 23, 24 On March 25, 1911, on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, a fire ripped through the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory killing 146 people, mostly immigrant young women. This play paints a heartbreakingly clear picture of a disastrous day in American history and explores the human toll such a tragedy takes on us all. Written by Christopher Piehler in collaboration with Scott Alan Evans. Directed by Elizabeth Ostler. Room 307, Roosevelt Hall Extension Theater 7:30 p.m.; additionally at 2 p.m. on Sat., Nov. 21 Cost: $12 Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band Nov. 21 With hits including “When I’m Sixty-Four,” “With a Little Help From My Friends” and the title song, the Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band has been designated “the most important rock and roll album ever made” by Rolling Stone magazine. Toronto’s Art of Time Ensemble brings this iconic collection to life in a fusion of high art and pop culture that reveals the universal and timeless qualities that lie at the heart of all great music. Whitman Hall, Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts 8 p.m. Cost: $30 conTEMPO I Nov. 23 The New Music Ensemble performs contemporary works. Directed by Ursula Oppens, with assistant director Whitney George. Studio 312, Roosevelt Hall Extension 7 p.m. Conservatory Jazz Ensemble Nov. 24 Classic and contemporary works by Latin and jazz masters, new and old. Directed by Arturo O’Farrill. Studio 312, Roosevelt Hall Extension 7 p.m. conTEMPO II Nov. 30 The Conservatory’s New Music Ensemble performs contemporary works. Directed by Grammy-nominated musician Ursula Oppens, with assistant director Whitney George. Studio 312, Roosevelt Hall Extension 7 p.m. Visit us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter.