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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

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 Senior Recital - Shujing Nie, Soprano

Free admission.
Nov 1 (Sun), 4:00PM
Marian Chapel

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:
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

MTD Senior Recital - Julianna Altonjy, Soprano

Free admission.
Nov 8 (Sun), 8:00PM
Marian Chapel

MTD Orchestra Concert

The Marywood Orchestra is one of the premier campus ensembles and is led by newly appointed Visiting Director of Orchestral Activities, Dr. Brenda Leach. The engaging program will include Beethoven’s Symphony No. 1 and George Gershwin’s captivating tone poem An American in Paris. Free admission.
Nov 14 (Sat), 7:30PM
SLC Main Theatre

MTD Senior Recital - Miranda Micciche, Soprano

Free admission.
Nov 15 (Sun), 4:00PM
Marian Chapel

MTD Percussion Ensemble Performance

Utilizing an inventory of percussion instruments, which can easily number more the 20, Steve Mathiesen, Marywood Director of Percussion Studies, leads this group of students in a high-energy program that showcases an impressive variety of musical styles. Free admission.
Nov 15 (Sun), 4:00PM
SLC Room 104

Marywood Campus Choir

The Marywood University Campus Choir, an ensemble composed of students, faculty, and community members conducted by Dr. Rick Hoffenberg, will return to Covenant Presbyterian Church for its annual Fall Concert. The performance will feature Randall Thompson’s The Peaceable Kingdom, a multi-movement a cappella work based upon texts from the Book of Isaiah and Benjamin Britten’s popular cantata Rejoice in the Lamb Free admission.
Nov 22 (Sun), 4:00PM
Covenant Presbyterian Church of Scranton

MTD Jazz Band Concert

Marywood University Director of Jazz Studies, David Jumper, leads this 17-member group in a mixture of high-energy jazz standards and beautiful ballads. Free admission.
Nov 30 (Mon), 8:00PM
SLC Main Theatre

Marywood Guitar Ensemble Christmas Concert

The Guitar Ensemble, under the direction of Charles Truitt, will present a variety of selections perfectly suited for fostering the Christmas spirit. Free admission.
Dec 4 (Fri), 7:30PM
Marian Chapel

Marywood University Junior Wind Band Celebration Concert

The Junior Wind Band Celebration is designed to promote a “culture of excellence” that will inspire participants to higher levels of achievement. The performance has been assembled by F. David Romines, Event Administrator; Gary Gribble, Honor Band, Director of Bands at Alan C. Pope High School; Charles Brodie, Celebration Band, Executive Director, American Youth Ensembles; and Mark Bowling, Celebration Band, Director of Bands at Karns Middle School. Free admission.
Dec 5 (Sat), 7:00PM
SLC Main Theatre

Marywood Chamber Singers Holiday Concert

Marywood University Chamber Singers, under the direction of Dr. Rick Hoffenberg, will perform two contemporary works appropriate to the season: Morten Lauridsen’s dramatic Mid-Winter Songs and Francis Poulenc’s ethereal Un soir de neige [A Night of Snow]. The concert will also include carols and other lighter music. Free admission.
Dec 6 (Sun), 2:00PM
Marian Chapel

An Afternoon of Strings

This holiday–themed event will feature the talents of string students from the Music, Theatre, and Dance Department. Free admission.
Dec 8 (Tue), 1:30PM
Marian Chapel

Marywood University Wind Ensemble Holiday Concert

Conducted by F. David Romines, the Marywood Wind Ensemble will present a concert featuring holiday favorites for both the public and the residents at the Little Sisters of the Poor, Holy Family Residence. Free admission.
Dec 9 (Wed), 6:00PM
Holy Family Residence

Marywood String Project Concert

Marywood University is one of several universities across the United States participating in the National String Project Consortium (NSPC). More than 100 young students enroll in Marywood’s String Project, administered by Marywood faculty member, Sophie Till. This concert showcases the work that has been accomplished during the fall semester. Free admission.
Dec 10 (Thu), 6:30PM
SLC Main Theatre