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History That Doesn't Suck

Apr 18, 2024

Skip the classroom and step into a night of American history-telling, live music and multimedia! Adapted from the top-ranked history podcast, Professor Greg Jackson tells the epic tale of “The Unlikely Union,” weaving defining moments in American history (1754-1865) into a thrilling narrative of the struggle and triumph of a young nation to form, define, and reform itself. Travel back in time through epic storytelling of familiar and unsung real characters from history, and return with real context for today.

Melissa Errico featuring Billy Stritch

Apr 20, 2024

Melissa Errico is a Tony Award-nominated Broadway star—an actor, singer and author — who contributes regularly to The New York Times in an essay series called “Scenes From An Acting Life.” The Wall Street Journal recently referred to her as a “nonpareil cabaret singer.”

SHU Music for a Darkened Theater

Apr 21, 2024

SHU Performing Arts Band & Orchestra. Including excerpts from Stravinsky’s ballet Firebird, film scores from Apollo 13, The Godfather, Batman, and the 1812 Overture. With special guest soloist and SHU alumnus Allegra DeVita singing arias from Carmen and Gianni Schicchi.

SHU Instrumental Chamber Ensembles

Apr 26, 2024

Chamber Ensembles are an integral part of the Band & Orchestra program. These ensembles are the laboratories where students can learn ensemble performance skills, fine-tune their own artistry, and collaborate with other students while performing music at a high level. These ensembles typically play more advanced music and are often hired for gigs on and off campus.

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