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EVENTS

Salisbury University April Cultural Events


Date & Time: April 2017

Location: Salisbury University - Salisbury, Maryland

Concerts, art exhibits, lectures, and other cultural events this month at Salisbury University.

March 30-April 3 - Th-Sun, 8pm; Mon 2pm.
Performance, Cabaret, Fulton Hall, Black Box Theatre, SU. Directed by T. Paul Pfeiffer. Music Direction by Dr. W illiam Folger. Berlin: 1930. The denizens of the Kit Kat Klub dance away as the storm clouds gather. "In here, Life is Beautiful." But tranquility is fragile and the charm is shattered when forces at work in pre-Nazi Germany eventually bring friendships and even love to its final solution. (Mature themes.)
http://www.salisbury.edu/performingarts

March 30 - June 10
Exhibit, In Training, Conway Hall, Electronic Gallery, SU. Solo exhibition of neon, sound, 3D printed objects and performance works is by media artist Liss LaFleur, reflecting over three years of research focused on the unsung feminist hero Claude Cahun.
http://www.salisbury.edu/universitygalleries

April 3 - April 22
Awards Reception: Fri, Apr 14, 5pm-7pm.
Exhibit, 56th Biannual Senior Exhibition of Fine Arts, Fulton Hall, University Gallery, SU.

April 4 - 7pm.
Performance, Dance: Tango Lovers, Holloway Hall, SU. The group achieves harmony between tango salon and tango show styles and proposes a different perspective of the genre, showing its evolution over time.

April 5 - 8pm.
Program, Writers On The Shore: Kathryn Nuernberger Reading, Commons, Worcester Room, SU.
Nuernberger is the author of two poetry collections, The End of Pink, winner of the James Laughlin Prize from the Academy of American Poets, and Rag & Bone, winner of the Antivenom Prize from Elixir Press. She is an associate professor of creative writing at the University of Central Missouri, where she also serves as the director of Pleiades Press.

April 6 - 5:30pm.
Artist Talk with Amber Cowan, SU Art Galleries Downtown Campus. Cowan re-works vintage pressed glassware produced by some of the best known, but now defunct, American glass factories and reincarnates them into opulent abstractions.

April 6-8
Event, Salisbury Percussion Festival 2017 (SPF 17), SU. A world of percussion with just about everything under the sun. Thurs, 7:30pm, An Evening of Percussion, featuring the SU Percussion and World Drum ensembles. Fri, 7:30pm, SPF 17 featured artist concert and Sat, 2pm, Percussion Studio Recital Concert, featuring SU students from the percussion studios of Ted Nichols and Eric Shuster.

April 6-9 - Th-Sat, 8pm; Sun, 2pm.
Performance, Cabaret, Fulton Hall, Black Box Theatre, SU. Directed by T. Paul Pfeiffer. Music Direction by Dr. W illiam Folger. Berlin: 1930. The denizens of the Kit Kat Klub dance away as the storm clouds gather. "In here, Life is Beautiful." But tranquility is fragile and the charm is shattered when forces at work in pre-Nazi Germany eventually bring friendships and even love to its final solution. (Mature themes.)
http://www.salisbury.edu/performingarts

April 11 - 7pm.
Concert, The Fourth Light Project Featuring Niyaz, Holloway Hall, SU. Niyaz has created a 21st-century, global, trance tradition, seamlessly blending poetry and folk songs from their native Iran and surrounding countries with rich, acoustic instrumentation and state-of-the-art, modern electronics.
http://www.salisbury.edu

April 13 - 5:30pm.
Performance, SU Art Galleries- Seeing Sound Series: Volume 2 Kristen Anchor Presents Everyman as Anyman, or Putting On, On, On, On, On, Conway Hall 317, SU. Anchor interprets Esta Nesbitt's 1969 multimedia performance work demonstrating "the media bombardment surrounding 'everyman' today," as a live multi-channel video performance. Digital interpretation commissioned by the Smithsonian's Archives of American Art in 2015.
http://www.salisbury.edu/universitygalleries

April 20 - 4:30pm.
Event, Discover SU: SU Art Galleries, This month's tour is led by Director of Galleries Elizabeth Kauffman.
http://www.salisbury.edu/cell

April 20 - 4:30pm.
Event, Children's Literature Festival: Opening Event, Guerrieri Center, Wicomico Room, SU. For details on additional festival events as the date approaches.
http://www.salisbury.edu/childlitfestival

April 20-23 - Th-Sat, 8pm; Sun, 2pm.
Spring Dance Concert, Holloway Hall, SU. Program features works by guest artists and resident faculty.
http://www.salisbury.edu/performingarts

April 20 - May 20
Artist Talk- Fri, April 21, 4pm.
Exhibit, Time Lapse: New Work by Walter Zimmerman, SU Art Galleries Downtown Campus. View recent works by the current artist-in-residence with the SU Glass Program.
http://www.salisbury.edu/universitygalleries

April 27-30 - Th-Sat, 8pm; Sun, 2pm.
Performance, SU Opera Workshop: The Old Maid & The Thief, Holloway Hall, SU. This 1939 comic opera, originally conceived for NBC Radio, has it all! Following her riveting portrayal of Sister Angelica's aunt (The Principessa) last season, mezzo-soprano Lucia Bradford returns to sing the role of The Old Maid (Miss Todd), performing alongside the award-winning vocalists of SU's Music Program. Directed by John Wesley Wright, Tom Anderson and William M. Folger.
http://www.salisbury.edu/performingarts

April 28-29 - 7:30pm.
Performance, UMES Theater, Wilson Hall Black Box Theater, UMES, Princess Anne. Adaptation of David Mamet's two-character play, "Oleanna," performed by UMES' Drama Society under the direction of Dr. Dean Cooledge. 410-651-6553

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