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Recital Soprano Becky Turner and Faculty Pianist Rick Hoffenberg, Ph.D.

Rebecca Turner has over been featured in 500 performances all over the world. She and Dr. Hoffenberg will perform a recital in the visually and acoustically beautiful Marian Chapel. Included on the program will be Schumann's incomparable song-cycle Frauenliebe und -leben, three songs of Duparc, Menotti's stirring aria "To This We've Come," and several spirituals. Free admission.
Sep 20 (Sat), 7:30PM
Marian Chapel

MTD Presents Upper Choir from Liebigschule, Germany

Marywood University Music, Theatre, and Dance Department will present a performance by the Upper Choir from Liebigschule in Germany at 4 PM on Thursday September 25 in the Marian Chapel of the Swartz Center. Free admission.
Sep 25 (Thu), 4:00PM
Marian Chapel

MTD Faculty Recital featuring Soprano, Jennifer Cowgill and Pianist, Rick Hoffenberg

Marywood faculty members Jennifer Cowgill, D.M., Soprano, and Rick Hoffenberg, D.M.A., Piano, will join forces to present a recital featuring Jake Heggie’s exciting one-act, one-woman opera At the Statue of Venus, along with a variety of other works for voice and piano. Free admission.
Oct 19 (Sun), 4:00PM
Marian Chapel

Jazz Ensemble - Evening of Jazz Dancing

Dance to live, big band jazz music. Marywood’s Jazz Ensemble creates a mood that makes you want to dance, performing smooth ballads and swinging jazz classics. Latour Room open at 6pm Free admission.
Oct 26 (Sun), 6:00PM
Latour Room Nazareth Hall

Sichauan Opera Theater of Chengdu

Enjoy Sichuan Opera Raging Waves in the Sea of Desire, the first Chinese traditional opera based on a Eugene O’Neill drama! See how a modern American drama turns into an ancient Chinese opera! From Chinese playwright Xu Fen, Behold how the idea of “desire” turns into a character in a Operatic story! Embrace the fruit of cultural communication between China and the West — Raging Waves in the Sea of Desire! Free admission.
Oct 28 (Tue), 7:30PM
SLC Main Theatre

MTD String Celebration Performance

The 2014 Marywood University String Celebration will culminate in a performance by student ensembles under the direction of nationally recognized clinicians Dr. Kirk Moss (High School Orchestra) and Barbara Carlsen (Junior High Orchestra) Free admission.
Nov 8 (Sat), 7:00PM
SLC Main Theatre

Wind Ensemble Concert - Gateway to the Centennial

David Romines, D.M.A., conducts a special celebration concert featuring and music from Marywood’s founding in 1915. Featured is the Premier of Marywood University's Centennial Music Commission by nationally recognized composer Anthony O'Toole. Also, guest conductor Dr. John P. Lynch, Wind Ensemble Director at the Sydney (Australia) Conservatorium of Music. Free admission.
Nov 9 (Sun), 4:00PM
SLC Main Theatre

MTD Percussion Ensemble Concert

Under the direction of Steven Mathiesen, M.M., Director, Percussion majors and music minors perform in this fall semester concert. This performance will be in Room 104. Free admission.
Nov 16 (Sun), 4:00PM
SLC Room 104

Marywood Orchestra Performance

The Marywood University Orchestra, under the direction of Dr. Nathaniel F. Parker, will present a concert of orchestral masterworks including compositions by Tchaikovsky, Elgar, and Schubert. The Marywood University String Ensemble will also perform. The concert is open to the public. Free admission.
Nov 22 (Sat), 7:30PM
SLC Main Theatre

Campus Choir Concert

The University’s Campus Choir with conductor Rick Hoffenberg presents a concert featuring Anton Bruckner’s exquisite Mass in E Minor, in collaboration with organist Mark Laubach, M.M. The performance also includes several lighter pieces for chorus and organ, and works by Amy Beach. Free admission.
Nov 23 (Sun), 4:00PM
Covenant Presbyterian Church, 550 Madison Avenue, Scranton