Lively Arts Events

Saturday, February 23, 2019

The Defiant Requiem

Fisher Auditorium

During WWII Giuseppe Verdi's Requiem was performed at the Terezin Concentration Camp as an act of defiance. In 2012 this incredible historic moment was memorialized by the film "Defiant Requiem." DEFIANT REQUIEM tells the little-known story of the Nazi concentration camp, Terezín. Led by imprisoned conductor Rafael Schächter, the inmates of Terezín fought back...with art and music. Through hunger, disease and slave labor, the Jewish inmates of Terezin hold onto their humanity by staging plays, composing opera and using paper and ink to record the horrors around them. The IUP Chorale, in collaboration with The Defiant Requiem Foundation and Penn State Altoona, will present the the Verdi Requiem as performed at Terezin. 

Regular: $10
Senior (60+): $8
I-Card* and Military*: $6
IUP Student*: $6
18 and Under: $6

Ticket Fees of $3 per ticket are applied to purchases made online, by phone, and at the Lively Arts Ticket Office** on the day and night of show.

To avoid ticket fees, please purchase your tickets at the Lively Arts Ticket Office** in advance the day before the show or earlier.

*I-Card (for IUP students and current SCA members) and Military discounted tickets must be purchased in person at the Ticket Office. Cards must be presented to be verified.

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**The Lively Arts Ticket Office is located in the lobby of the IUP Performing Arts Center, 403 S. 11th Street, Indiana, PA 15705, and is open 12 noon to 5 pm, Monday through Friday, when classes are in session.

TrumpetFest 2019

Gorell Recital Hall

8:00 p.m. Kevin Eisensmith, faculty recital

Kevin Eisensmith, trumpet professor at IUP, will present a recital of music for trumpet on Saturday evening, February 23, at 8:00 p.m. Assisting will be “trumpet friends,” members of the trumpet sections for the Altoona and Johnstown symphony orchestras, and additional IUP Trumpet Studio alumni. They will perform works by Vivaldi, Frazier, Copland, and others.

This program is free and open to the general public