Waller Hall Mainstage, IUP Performing Arts Center
Don Giovanni was considered as the most personal opera for Mozart. Scenes from Don Giovanni were heavily featured in the infamous movie Amadeus (1984), which won eight Academy Awards. The Stone Guest scene is one of the most
spine-chilling scenes in the history of opera. However, the comic scenes and characters are also memorable.
In this co-production, faculty from the departments of Music and of Theatre, Dance, and Performance will join forces with the outstanding students to present one of the most powerful operas of all time.
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Fisher Auditorium, IUP Performing Arts Center
IUP Bands Presents: The IUP Symphony Band under the direction of Dr. Jason Worzbyt and guest conductor Stephen Lytle fromk WVU will perform works by Mahr, Persichetti, and Cross. The Wind Ensemble under the direction of Dr. Timothy A. Paul and guest soloist Dr. Kevin Eisensmith will perform works by Boss, Gryc, Sadler, and Turner.
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DiCicco Hall, 121 Cogswell Hall
recital features our Squawkfest Clarinet Day guest artists. Yevgeny
Dokshansky, professor of clarinet at Virginia Tech, will present a varied
program of music for clarinet. Amanda Morrison (Slippery Rock University),
Lynda Dembowski (Towson University), and Rosemary Engelstad (IUP) will join
him in an arrangement of Blackbird for clarinet quartet.
Gorell Recital Hall, Second Floor Sutton Hall
A recital presented by alumni of the IUP Trumpet Studio. Former students of Dr. William Becker, Dr. Calvin Weber, Dr. Kevin Eisensmith, Dr. David Ferguson, Mr. John Kulp, Ms. Karen Sloneker, Mr. Steve Dubé, and Mr. David Wygonik are invited to attend and participate in the weekend's activities.
the final concert for our Squawkfest Clarinet Day. The program includes
performances by the IUP Clarinet Ensemble (PA premieres of works by Lynne
Snyder and Lynda Dembowski) and by the Squawkfest Ensemble, comprised of
clarinet day participants.
The IUP Faculty Woodwind Quintet will perform a variety of standard and contemporary works, featuring the Pennsylvania premiere of Jack Stamp's Quintet for Winds.
The IUP Tubaphonium Ensemble, under the direction of Zach Collins, will perform works for tuba-euphonium ensemble by Gregory Fritze, Michael Forbes, and others.
Join Dr. Irene Kabala as she leads viewers through her collection, talking about specific pieces and answering your questions.
The winner of Broadway.com’s Audience Choice Award for Best Musical, this breathtaking smash “captures the kid-at-heart,” says Time magazine. Vogue cheers, “It’s a must-see you’ll remember for years to come!” Originally directed by visionary Tony-winner
Diane Paulus and based on the critically-acclaimed Academy Award-winning film, Finding Neverland tells the incredible story behind one of the world’s most beloved characters: Peter Pan.
Playwright J.M. Barrie struggles to find inspiration until he meets four young brothers and their beautiful widowed mother. Spellbound by the boys’ enchanting make-believe adventures, he sets out to write a play that will astound London theatergoers.
With a little bit of pixie dust and a lot of faith, Barrie takes this monumental leap, leaving his old world behind for Neverland, where nothing is impossible and the wonder of childhood lasts forever. The magic of Barrie’s classic tale springs spectacularly
to life in this heartwarming theatrical event. Finding Neverland is “far and away the best musical of the year!”
IUP Student (Limit 4): $24
Please note there is additional fee of $3 per ticket when purchasing on the day of the show.
Gorell Recital Hall
THIS PERFORMANCE HAS BEEN CANCELED -
This performance will not be rescheduled nor will another performance be
scheduled in its place.
The IUP Symphony Orchestra commemorates 75 years since the end of World War II with a concert of music connected to the war, from the 1940s sounds of Aaron Copland and Richard Rodgers to more recent reflections by Morton Gould, John Williams, and Robert Sedky, who sends us soaring through the skies with the heroic Spitfire pilots. Anchoring the concert is an American masterpiece: Gershwin's unforgettable "Rhapsody in Blue" performed by IUP professor of piano, henry Wong Doe. This event is free and open to the public!