This Week @ Marywood

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Upcoming MTD Performances

  • Marywood Summer Concert Series: Grand Ole Opry “Going Crazy for Patsy” | July 07, 2019 at 6:30PM | Calabro Delfino Amphitheatre
    Vocalist Nicole Rasmus and musical director/pianist Marty Ort will present Marywood’s version of the Grand Ole Opry titled, “Going Crazy for Patsy,”,” featuring the songs of the American Legend Patsy Cline. Nicole Rasmus is a performer from NEPA whose genres include: standard, jazz, Motown, Broadway, and country music. She has been influenced by the musical stylings of Barbara Streisand, Judy Garland, Etta James and, of course, Patsy Cline. Marty Ort’s forte is his ability to play any style of music. Because of Marty’s versatility, his audiences enjoy numerous styles of music including classical, jazz, and Broadway. In the event of inclement weather, this concert will be held at the Fireplace Lounge in the Nazareth Student Center. Free admission

  • Marywood Summer Concert Series: “Opera Under the Stars” | July 14, 2019 at 6:30PM | Calabro Delfino Amphitheatre
    Jennifer Cowgill, associate professor of voice at Marywood University will be joined by lyric tenor, Clifford Bechtel, and Todd Ranney, associate professor of voice and opera at Mansfield University. In the event of inclement weather, the concert will be held at the Fireplace Lounge in the Nazareth Student Center. Free admission

  • Marywood Summer Concert Series: Marywood University’s Inaugural Community Drum Circle | July 21, 2019 at 6:30PM | Calabro Delfino Amphitheatre
    Performed by moderators Steve Kurilla and Jamie Orfanella, who will guide the group in rhythms and rhythm-based activities. Attendees will also take part in the Community Drum Circle, and are encouraged to bring didgeridoo, bongos, djembre, or an empty water jug with two wooden spoons. In the event of inclement weather, the Community Drum Circle will take place at the Liguori Center in Regina Hall. Free admission

  • Marywood Summer Concert Series: Gypsy Jazz Quintet featuring Mark Woodyatt & Gypsies | July 28, 2019 at 6:30PM | Calabro Delfino Amphitheatre
    Mark Woodyatt is a jazz and electric multi-genre violin virtuoso who provides exceptional music that he has been sharing for more than 30 years. In the event of inclement weather, the concert will take place at the Fireplace Lounge in the Nazareth Student Center. Free admission

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Marywood's Band Invited to Perform in Italy

Members of the Marywood University Wind Ensemble will perform in Italy in the cities of Rome, Milan and Florence as part of an invited performance tour, starting on June 22 and continuing through June 30. The ensemble includes additional performers from the American Youth Ensembles initiative with participants from Atlanta, Orlando and Birmingham. Read more details in the headline link.

Marywood Artists' Work Selected for Prestigious Art of the State Exhibition (June 23-September 8)

Betsy Kleinsasser BFA Ceramics, and Elizabeth Hartman MFA Ceramics each have art work selected for the prestigious Art of the State Exhibition at the Pennsylvania State Museum in Harrisburg. A total of 2,170 works from artists across the state were entered, and, of that, only 110 were selected for exhibition. The exhibition opens on June 23 from 1:30 to 5:00 p.m. The opening is free to the public. The exhibit runs through September 8, 2019.

Get more info about the exhibit...

Communication Arts Faculty and Students Excel

The Society for Collegiate Journalists (SCJ) has recognized the excellence and leadership of communication arts faculty and students from Marywood University. Click headline link for more details.

Frable Celebrates Leadership Lackawanna Achievement

Leadership Lackawanna, the region’s premier community leadership and professional development organization, recently hosted its annual, end-of-year event, Celebration of Leadership, at the Hilton Scranton & Conference Center. Sherry A. Frable, Public Relations Specialist at Marywood University, was part of this year's Core Program and the St. Joseph's Center team. Congratulations to Sherry and to all who participated!

In celebration of its 36th program year, this event paid tribute to Leadership Lackawanna’s history of visionary leadership success in northeastern Pennsylvania. It also highlighted achievements from the past year and honored the participants in the Leadership Lackawanna Core Program Class of 2019 and their project showcases, which benefited four local nonprofit organizations:

St. Joseph’s Center
The Ritz Theater
NEPA Youth Shelter
The Scranton Cultural Center at the Masonic Temple

Marywood's Band Invited to Perform in Italy

Members of the Marywood University Wind Ensemble will perform in Italy in the cities of Rome, Milan and Florence as part of an invited performance tour, starting on June 22 and continuing through June 30. The ensemble includes additional performers from the American Youth Ensembles initiative with participants from Atlanta, Orlando and Birmingham. Read more details in the headline link.

Marywood Artists' Work Selected for Prestigious Art of the State Exhibition (June 23-September 8)

Betsy Kleinsasser BFA Ceramics, and Elizabeth Hartman MFA Ceramics each have art work selected for the prestigious Art of the State Exhibition at the Pennsylvania State Museum in Harrisburg. A total of 2,170 works from artists across the state were entered, and, of that, only 110 were selected for exhibition. The exhibition opens on June 23 from 1:30 to 5:00 p.m. The opening is free to the public. The exhibit runs through September 8, 2019.

Get more info about the exhibit...

Communication Arts Faculty and Students Excel

The Society for Collegiate Journalists (SCJ) has recognized the excellence and leadership of communication arts faculty and students from Marywood University. Click headline link for more details.

Frable Celebrates Leadership Lackawanna Achievement

Leadership Lackawanna, the region’s premier community leadership and professional development organization, recently hosted its annual, end-of-year event, Celebration of Leadership, at the Hilton Scranton & Conference Center. Sherry A. Frable, Public Relations Specialist at Marywood University, was part of this year's Core Program and the St. Joseph's Center team. Congratulations to Sherry and to all who participated!

In celebration of its 36th program year, this event paid tribute to Leadership Lackawanna’s history of visionary leadership success in northeastern Pennsylvania. It also highlighted achievements from the past year and honored the participants in the Leadership Lackawanna Core Program Class of 2019 and their project showcases, which benefited four local nonprofit organizations:

St. Joseph’s Center
The Ritz Theater
NEPA Youth Shelter
The Scranton Cultural Center at the Masonic Temple

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Check Out This Week @ Marywood Online during the Summer!

Our weekly email notices are on summer vacation, but This Week @ Marywood is still online! With just a click, get updated news about Marywood events, people, announcements, and media mentions. Bookmark our site and stay connected to campus! Have something to submit? Use our convenient form to let us know what's up! Regular notices will resume the first Tuesday of the fall semester (Aug. 27). 

Check Out This Week @ Marywood Online during the Summer!

Our weekly email notices are on summer vacation, but This Week @ Marywood is still online! With just a click, get updated news about Marywood events, people, announcements, and media mentions. Bookmark our site and stay connected to campus! Have something to submit? Use our convenient form to let us know what's up! Regular notices will resume the first Tuesday of the fall semester (Aug. 27).