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Personality, diversity and meaning shined through the work of the students from Shippensburg University’s Art and Design Department during its 40th annual “Student Art Exhibition,” which held its opening reception on April 28 in the Kauffman Gallery.
The Shippensburg University-Community Orchestra, conducted by SU professor Mark Hartman, presented its Earth Day concert on Sunday. The concert featured many different songs with earthy themes, according to Kathleen Martin, a clarinet player in the orchestra. The group performed a variety of selections, including Handel’s “D Major Suite from Water Music,” Ennio Morricone’s “Gabriel’s Oboe” from the film “The Mission,” featuring Katelyn Estep as a soloist. Copeland’s “Hoedown” was also a crowd favorite. The orchestra performed selections from Bernstein’s “West Side Story” and John Williams’ musical ending to “Star Wars: Episode IV.”
The Shippensburg University Concert Choir and Madrigal Singers closed their spring semester with a concert in the Shippensburg Messiah United Methodist Church Monday night.
This year’s “Ship’s Got Talent” event on Wednesday night showcased just how talented Shippensburg University students really are.
When words fail, how do we speak?
What was once the dream of several young musicians has now become the reality of The Doo Wop Project, a group that performed at the Shippensburg University H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center on Saturday.
The Beatles vs Stones touring group hosted a musical showdown on Thursday that filled the audience at the H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center with nostalgic memories of decades past.
The second part of the “SU Senior Exhibition” opened to the public in the Shippensburg University Kauffman Gallery on April 14 in a final send-off for the art and design department’s graduating seniors.
“The Wiz” was brought to the stage of Shippensburg University’s Memorial Auditorium (MA) Friday and Saturday nights — ushering forth the first production of SU’s Productions for Progress, a new student group with a mission.
The Shippensburg University String Ensemble, Flute Choir and Saxophone Choir brought their spring rehearsals to a close on Saturday with a concert in Old Main Chapel.
A patchwork of starry photographs coated the walls of the Shippensburg Arts Programing and Education (SHAPE) Gallery Friday night during the opening reception of Stan Honda’s “STARLIGHT” photo exhibit.
Halle Shank, a senior art major at Shippensburg University, has created a video production art exhibit called “Ink in Motion” that is on display in the Brindle Gallery, and will let viewers experience art in an entirely new way.
Tony Medina and Yona Harvey came to Shippensburg University to read their poetry on March 29.
The Beach Boys combated the spring snowstorm that coated Shippensburg in more than 14 inches of snow with buoyant tunes — hoping to thaw the frozen memories of salty waves and warm sunrays.
Jay Leno, comedian and former “The Tonight Show” host entertained the H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center audience through stories and jokes on Saturday.
In the play the “Cat in the Hat,” which was performed at the H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center on March 18, the actors told a story about a cat that wears a hat and makes people laugh. The play was also about two children and their experience while their mother was out for the day. And even if you know the Cat in the Hat story, this play will give you new laughs.
The first-ever black superhero movie, “Black Panther,” has stolen audiences’ breath — and their expectations for superhero movies will never be the same.
A few inches of snow did not stop America fans from making the sloppy trek to the Shippensburg University H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center on Saturday.
One-act play “Tracks” rolled into the subway station on Shippensburg University’s Memorial Auditorium stage last weekend.
Lead singer Lisa Rock and her six backup band members recreated the billboard hits of The Carpenters during their Saturday night show at the H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center.