The walls were decorated with lanterns and shrines as well as maps of the streets of Hanoi on the floor of the Hall, writing the street names on long strings of multi-colored tape.
The concert was held after normal museum hours, so the audience could explore the Rose without being impeded by the usual crowds of museumgoers.
On Sunday, actor Tony Shalhoub came to Brandeis for a question and answer session in the Wasserman Cinematheque.
Last Friday — Groundhog’s Day Eve — Improv group “Bad Grammer” put on an excellent Groundhog Day-themed show in the Pollack auditorium.
Women composers are notoriously little-known.