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Marywood Art Portfolio Review Day 2019 Marywood Art Portfolio Review Day 2019

On Friday, December 6, 2019 @ 10:00am-2:00pm, Marywood University's Art Department will be holding a FREE Portfolio Review Day for area high school juniors and seniors, veterans, adult learners, and anyone else applying to undergraduate programs who wish to have a Marywood Art Professor review their work prior to applying to any university to study art. #MarywoodArt Register today at

MTD General Student Recital


Marywood Jazz Band Concert


MTD Brass Choir Recital


Katherine McGrath Senior Recital


String Project Holiday Gala

Come and celebrate with a Holiday Gala concert from outstanding young string players in Marywood's award winning String Project. The concert will feature three string orchestras and students ages 4-18. Admission is free.

An Evening of Strings


Marywood Chamber Singers Performance

The Marywood University Chamber Singers are a select choral ensemble featuring both music majors and non-majors by audition only. The Chamber Singers will perform a concert of British choral music for its popular annual Christmas concert. Works by the outstanding young composer Owain Park will be juxtaposed with carols and other pieces by William Byrd, Bob Chilcott, Philip Stopford, Richard Rodney Bennett, Jonathan Rathbone, Richard Allain, and Nigel Short.

A Guitar Christmas Concert

A Guitar Christmas, featuring the Marywood University Guitar Ensemble, will be presented on Friday, December 6th at 7:30 PM in the Marian Chapel.. The program will feature a mix of Christmas classics and lesser-known works arranged for multiple guitars. The program is free and open to the public.

Marywood Junior Wind Band Celebration

The award winning Marywood University Junior Wind Band Celebration is held annually for wind, brass, and percussion students in grades 7-9. Students rehearse and perform with esteemed band clinicians and conductors from throughout the country. Directors also have the opportunity to observe best practices in wind and percussion studies. After two days of rehearsal, the students will perform a concert on Saturday night. This year’s clinicians include Erin Brodie Cole Steele from Hal Leonard Corporation, Deborah Sounart from Kenai Central High School, and Erin Bray from Karns Middle School.

Marywood University Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony

Christmas Music provided by the Marywood University Chamber Singers & Marywood Brass Ensemble members

Marywood Merry Tuba Christmas

The Marywood Merry Tuba Christmas is a free concert open to the campus and surrounding communities. Holiday carols and favorites will be musically interpreted through a large choir of tubas and euphoniums. Performers for the event include both Marywood students and guests from the community. Please share in this Holiday tradition with us.

String Ensemble & String Project Performance

The Marywood University String Ensemble and String Project will be giving a combined performance of music for strings at the Cooperage Project, 1030 Main Street, Honesdale, Pa., at 3pm on Nov. 23rd. The concert is free and open to the public.

MTD Voice Recital


Percussion Ensemble Concert

The Marywood University Percussion Ensemble, directed by Steven Mathiesen, will present a program of chamber music for percussion instruments on Sunday, November 17 at 1:00 P.M. in Room 104 of the Sette LaVerghetta Center for the Performing Arts. The program will include works by Christopher Rouse, David Gillingham, George Hamilton Green and others. The concert is free and open to the public.

Becca Renner Senior Recital


Ricky Ian Gordon: Masterclass and Recital

Ricky Ian Gordon, one of America's foremost composers of art, song, opera, and musical theatre, will be leading a masterclass and recital at Marywood University. He is the recipient of an OBIE Award, the Stephen Sondheim Award, and the Helen Hayes Award, and his opera, The Grapes of Wrath was called "The Great American Opera" by Musical America. At 2pm on Sunday, Nov. 3rd, Mr. Gordon will work with several Marywood University students on his songs, and at 7pm he will oversee a recital entirely devoted to his vocal music. Both events will be on the stage of the Sette LaVerghetta Auditorium at Marywood University.

Theresa Staerker & Jerome Nidoh Senior Recital


Taylor Morgan Senior Recital


The Trouble With My Name: Javier Avila

Marywood University’s Department of Communication, Language, and Literature will host the one-man show of Javier Ávila titled, “The Trouble with My Name.” This event is free and open to the public.