Public Facing Centers Events

Public Facing Centers Events

February 10, 2016
8:00pm
Boyd Recital Hall @ Wilson Hall

As part of the Faculty Spotlight Series presented by the College of Performing Arts, Richard Carroll on reed organ is joined by pianist Marilyn Rabbai for a lecture/recital featuring rarely-heard music for harmonium, plus period music and transcriptions from the turn-of-the-century America. Contact the box office at 856-256-4545 for more information. Admission is FREE and open to the public.

February 12, 2016
8:00pm
Pfleeger Concert Hall @ Wilson Hall

Presented by the Rowan University Department of Music and the Maynard Ferguson Institute of Jazz Studies, the 46th annual festival concludes by welcoming back alumni musicians to perform as part of this special concert. The event ends a three-day, non-competitive festival (February 10 - 12) that hosts school bands from around the region for adjudication sessions, clinics, and performances. This daytime schedule in Wilson Hall includes one-hour jazz clinics at 11:45 am which are open to the public. Tickets for the evening concert are available online at rowan.tix.com.

February 13, 2016
4:30pm
Boyd Recital Hall @ Wilson Hall

As part of the Department of Music's VIOLIN DAY, a FREE recital will feature faculty member Timothy Schwarz and Kurt Nikkanen (Concertmaster of New York City Ballet) on violin, accompanied by pianist Maria Asteriadou. The program includes works by Debussy, Prokofiev, and Schubert.

February 20, 2016
2:00pm
Pfleeger Concert Hall @ Wilson Hall

The 2016 Marie Rader Presenting Series welcomes the winners of the 2015 National Brass Band Championships of Great Britain. Cory Band, which hails from Wales, presents a diverse blend of music from United Kingdom, Ireland and beyond. For tickets, visit rowan.tix.com

February 20, 2016
7:30pm
Pfleeger Concert Hall @ Wilson Hall

Hosted by the College of Performing Arts, the Concert Band is the United States Navy's premier wind ensemble, featuring 56 performers on a range of instruments presenting a program of marches, symphonic selections, patriotic works, and popular favorites. Tickets are FREE but must be obtained or reserved in advance. There is a limit of 6 tickets per person. Call 856-256-4545 or email arts@rowan.edu.

February 22, 2016
10:00am
301 High Street, Glassboro NJ

Rowan University Art Gallery at High Street explores built environments, both external and internal, as emblems of a cultural past, present, and future with 'In/Dwelling: Meditations on Built Environments as Cultural Narrative.' Artists Louise Bourgeois, Lewis Colburn, Ben Grasso, Kay Healy, Erin Murray, Miriam Singer, Ann Toebbe, and Brian Tolle imbue architectural structures and domestic objects with interpretations of historical experiences, social customs, and emotional memories. For more information, visit the website or call 856-256-4521.

February 23, 2016
10:00am
301 High Street, Glassboro NJ

Rowan University Art Gallery at High Street explores built environments, both external and internal, as emblems of a cultural past, present, and future with 'In/Dwelling: Meditations on Built Environments as Cultural Narrative.' Artists Louise Bourgeois, Lewis Colburn, Ben Grasso, Kay Healy, Erin Murray, Miriam Singer, Ann Toebbe, and Brian Tolle imbue architectural structures and domestic objects with interpretations of historical experiences, social customs, and emotional memories. For more information, visit the website or call 856-256-4521.

February 23, 2016
8:00pm
Pfleeger Concert Hall @ Wilson Hall

Under the direction of Salvatore Scarpa, the Orchestra presents an evening of diverse works. General admission tickets are $10; and $5 for seniors, non-Rowan students, staff, alumni. Rowan students are admitted FREE with valid ID. Contact the box office at 856-256-4545 for more information.

February 24, 2016
10:00am
301 High Street, Glassboro NJ

Rowan University Art Gallery at High Street explores built environments, both external and internal, as emblems of a cultural past, present, and future with 'In/Dwelling: Meditations on Built Environments as Cultural Narrative.' Artists Louise Bourgeois, Lewis Colburn, Ben Grasso, Kay Healy, Erin Murray, Miriam Singer, Ann Toebbe, and Brian Tolle imbue architectural structures and domestic objects with interpretations of historical experiences, social customs, and emotional memories. For more information, visit the website or call 856-256-4521.

February 25, 2016
10:00am
301 High Street, Glassboro NJ

Rowan University Art Gallery at High Street explores built environments, both external and internal, as emblems of a cultural past, present, and future with 'In/Dwelling: Meditations on Built Environments as Cultural Narrative.' Artists Louise Bourgeois, Lewis Colburn, Ben Grasso, Kay Healy, Erin Murray, Miriam Singer, Ann Toebbe, and Brian Tolle imbue architectural structures and domestic objects with interpretations of historical experiences, social customs, and emotional memories. For more information, visit the website or call 856-256-4521.

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