Spring Choral Concert
Featuring "Stand by Me", "Lovely Day", "The Storm is Passing Over", "People Get Ready", "The Human Heart" from Once On This Island, and more. Come hear your friends sing! Livestream link can be found here.
Featuring works by Telemann, Brahms, Leo Brouwer, Jocelyn Hagen, Reena Esmail, and more!
This concert features guest artist Adán Fernández performing on the Herrick Chapel's pipe organ. Dr. Fernández program will include Dieterich Buxtehude's Te Deum (BuxWV 218), J.S. Bach's Great Fantasia and Fugue in G minor (BWV 542), and the Bach/Vivaldi Concerto in D Minor (BWV 596).
This concert is sponsored by the Music Department with support of the Benjamin H. Culley Fund. It is connected with the curriculum of Music 261: Western Music and Culture, 1580-1829, as well as being an approved CORE 99 event.
For more information, contact Raul Villa: 323-259-2695 ; firstname.lastname@example.org
Generously Sponsored by the Marie Young Speaker's Fund.
Join us for Elliot Davis' senior comprehensive project in Theater as he performs Poet in New York in Herrick Chapel.
Poet in New York is the story of Federico Garcia Lorca, a Spanish poet and playwright who travels to New York City to heal his broken heart. Unfortunately, the Great Depression alters Lorca’s dream-come-true of finally visiting America. One actor portrays Lorca and everyone he meets along his journey, including Salvador Dali and Walt Whitman, as the poet navigates love and coming of age in an overwhelmingly unfamiliar territory.