Hopkins Center for the Arts is THE Dartmouth College venue for live theatre, music, classes and art. Considered the cultural hub of Dartmouth College’s campus, Hopkins Center is nicknamed "The Hop" by students and locals alike, and houses a jewelry studio and woodshop that are open to the public. Performance areas include Spaulding Auditorium, Alumni Hall, Moore Theater, Faulkner Recital Hall and Warren Bently Theater. Performances are held regularly here by the Symphony Orchestra, Dartmouth Dance Ensemble, Barbay Coast Jazz Ensemble, Gospel Choir, Glee Club and Wind Symphony, as well as frequent performances by internationally known performers.
Category: Performing Arts
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[label style="default"]Review[/label] “I love the Hop. Hopkin’s Center for the Performing Arts brings art and music to the Upper Valley area of New England. Not just for Dartmouth Students, the Center brings in a good variety of B, C, and D-list performers. I remember seeing Buffy St. Marie perform here. Prices are reasonable. Parking can a pain if the show is during the day." – Yelp Review
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