Sunday Happenings: “Everything at Dartmouth after 11 A.M.”

“Guitar Masterclass” noon, Faulkner Recital Hall–“Acclaimed eight-string guitarist Paul Galbraith conducts a masterclass open to all interested musicians.”

“Islam: Empire of Faith” (film) noon – 4 P.M., Loew Auditorium

“Courtney Hall ’02, mezzo-soprano” 4 P.M., Faulkner Recital Hall–She performs “selections from Mozart’s opera La Nozze di Figaro, pieces of the song cycle Frauenliebe und Leben by Schumann, English and American art songs by Copland, Quilter and Carpenter, 17th and 18th century Italian art songs by Torelli, Scarlatti and Pergolesi, and musical theater songs by Cole Porter.”

“Korean Culture Night” 5 & 7 P.M., Commonground–Traditional Korean dinner to be served ($5 Dartmouth students).

“Captains Courageous” (film) 6:45 P.M., Spaulding Auditorium

“Paul Galbraith” 7 P.M., Rollins–“Works by Bach and Debussy are on the program for the internationally acclaimed guitarist, known for interpreting the classics on his eight-string guitar” ($5 Dartmouth students, $22 gen. admission).

“Is the death penalty just?” 7 P.M., 105 Dartmouth–A former death row prisoner, the director of “Pennsylvania Abolitionists United Against the Death Penalty,” Professor Steven Cornish (who believes America’s use of the death penalty is a global anachronism), and an appeals attorney from the NAACP Legal Defense Fund debate the matter. Any guess what they come up with?

“David Copperfield” (film) 8:55 P.M., Spaulding Auditorium