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Marywood University Centennial Celebration

Join us to celebrate 100 years of academic excellence in the IHM tradition! The Centennial Celebration is an academic convocation to commemorate this significant milestone and to celebrate the promise of Marywood’s future. The Most Reverend Joseph C. Bambera, Bishop of Scranton, will be in attendance and will give the invocation. The keynote speaker is Evelyn C. Minick, Library Director, St. Joseph’s University, Philadelphia, who has had a distinguished career in both public and academic libraries. Free admission
Sep 8 (Tue), 10:00AM
SLC Main Theatre

Marywood Centennial Week Liturgy

Sep 12 (Sat), 5:00PM
SLC Main Theatre

Marywood Theatre Program Presents "Our Town"

To Be Announced
Oct 2 (Fri), 7:30PM

Oct 3 (Sat), 7:30PM

SLC Main Theatre

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 4 (Sun), 7:00PM
Latour Room Nazareth Hall

Kathleen Bride "Celebrate the Centennial" Harp & Strings Concert

Internationally acclaimed harpist Kathleen Bride will be the featured soloist at the “Celebrate the Centennial” harp and strings concert. Marywood’s String Ensemble will also perform under the direction of the Northeastern Pennsylvania Philharmonic’s conductor, Lawrence Loh.
Oct 18 (Sun), 4:00PM
SLC Main Theatre

Theatre & Dance Workshop

Presented by Chuck Gorden, Theatre Program, and Linn McDonald, Dance Program. More Information to Follow. Free admission
Oct 24 (Sat), 10:00AM
SLC Main Theatre

Theatre Program: Senior Capstone Performance

Theatre Program Seniors, Nick Grevera & Jessica Lochie, will present their Senior Capstone Performances. Free admission
Oct 30 (Fri), 7:30PM

Oct 31 (Sat),    7:30PM

Black Box Theatre

Marywood University String Celebration Concert

The String Celebration is designed to promote a “culture of excellence” that will inspire participants to higher levels of achievement and create a desire to share their enthusiasm and newly developed skills with their peers. The nationally recognized clinicians will lead the region’s most accomplished string students in concerts that serve as a capstone to the weekend’s activities. This performance has been assembled by Sophie Till, Event Administrator, with Stephen Benham, Senior Orchestra (Duquesne University), and Jennifer Sacher Wiley, Junior Orchestra (Susquehanna University). Free admission.
Oct 31 (Sat), 7:00PM
SLC Main Theatre

MTD Faculty Recital

Marywood University Music, Theatre, & Dance Faculty will perform. Free admission
Nov 6 (Fri), 7:30PM
Marian Chapel

Brass Celebration Concert featuring The Canadian Brass

Hosted by David Jumper, Professor of Trumpet, the concert will feature The Canadian Brass. For more information: www.marywood.edu/brasscelebration
Nov 7 (Sat), 7:30PM
SLC Main Theatre

Northeastern Youth Wind Ensemble in Concert

The Northeastern Youth Wind Ensemble operates under the auspices of the Conn–Selmer Division of Education and is sponsored by Marywood University. This all-star ensemble of high school players will perform a full program of challenging works for concert band and accompany the internationally famous Canadian Brass on an arrangement of the Beatles’ Penny Lane. This performance was assembled by F. David Romines, Conductor, and Charles Brodie, Administrator, American Youth Ensembles. Free admission.
Nov 8 (Sun), 4:00PM
SLC Main Theatre

Marywood University Wind Ensemble in Concert

The Marywood Wind Ensemble features the finest wind and percussion players on campus under the direction of nationally recognized conductor and Marywood faculty member, Dr. F. David Romines. The program will feature classic works from classical wind literature and contemporary works by proven composers. In addition, this concert will feature a special guest performance by Marywood guest artists in residence, The Canadian Brass. This performance will be conducted by F. David Romines. Free admission.
Nov 8 (Sun), 5:00PM
SLC Main Theatre