CAS News & Events

MARYWOOD UNIVERSITY EVENTS POSTPONED

Our students are at the heart of Marywood University. To assist at this unparalleled time in world history, we will continue to provide updates via email, website, and social media. In this rapidly evolving situation, please continue to visit www.marywood.edu/covid19 for updates.

Marywood University Commencement Ceremony

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Marywood String Project Performance

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An Evening of Strings Concert

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Chamber Singers Concert

The Marywood University Chamber Singers will perform a concert featuring music for a cappella chorus by the German composer Wolfram Buchenberg, including his Four Sacred Songs, considered one of the pinnacles of the contemporary a cappella repertoire. Also on the program are pieces by Palestrina, William Harris, and James MacMillan, along with arrangements of several popular folk songs and spirituals, such as "Shenandoah," "Ain't-a That Good News," and "Amazing Grace".

Wyoming Seminary Civic Orchestra Performance

Wyoming Seminary Civic Orchestra will commemorate the 250th Anniversary of Beethoven's birth with a performance of the composer's majestic, groundbreaking Symphony No. 3, "Eroica". Also on the concert is Richard Strauss's charming Serenade for Winds in E-flat, Op. 7.

Evening with Guitar Concert

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Percussion Ensemble Concert

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Marywood Jazz Ambassadors Performance

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MARYWOOD UNIVERSITY EVENTS POSTPONED

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, our physical campus is closed. If you have an immediate need, please email Fran Zauhar, CAS Dean, at zauhar@maryu.marywood.edu. for assistance. Our response may be delayed, but rest assured, someone will respond to your request. Thank you for your patience at this time.

Marywood University Concert Choir & String Ensemble Performance (POSTPONED)

The Marywood University Concert Choir and String Ensemble will join forces to present three exciting pieces for choir and strings. Opening the concert will be J. S. Bach's Cantata 196, a short, joyful piece that may have been written for a royal wedding. Next on the program is Michael Hurd's Music's Praise, a four-movement serenade inspired by William Shakespeare and other British poets. The concert will close with Sunrise Mass by Ola Gjeilo, haunting, mystical piece by the popular Norwegian composer Ola Gjeilo.

Marywood Wind Symphony Concert (POSTPONED)

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Marywood Orchestra Concert (POSTPONED)

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Marywood University Convocation Ceremony

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Marywood University Tutti Ensemble Performance

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Marywood Theatre Program Presents Childrens Theatre Production

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Speaker - Judy Lewis from the Women's Resource Center

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Encore! A Musical Theatre Celebration

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Encore! A Musical Theatre Celebration

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MTD Faculty Recital

Faculty members of the Music, Theatre, and Dance Department will perform a recital of various works. The performance will be in the Marian Chapel of the Swartz Center for Spiritual Life. Admission is free and open to the public.