The curtains opened, the lights dimmed and the voices of La Verne’s Idols filled Morgan Auditorium on Tuesday.
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Kathleen Lamkin, professor of music, discussed her discoveries made during her sabbatical regarding the duplication of Austrian composer, Joseph Haydn’s music, in Central Europe during the 17th century on Monday in the President’s Dining Room.
Classical sonatas and German music captivated an audience Sunday in Morgan Auditorium for the concert titled “Songs of Remembrance.”
The Rose Trio filled Morgan Auditorium with melodic music Nov. 8. The trio consists of three violinists: Sarah Wallin Huff, Irene Shiao and adjunct professor of music Danielle Cummins.
Kenneth Marcus, professor of history, presented “Documentary Pageantry: An Analysis of Three Historical Dramas in Modern America” on Monday as part of the faculty lecture series.
The music department presented a faculty recital featuring Danielle Rosaria Cummins on violin, Benjamin Coyte on cello and Vernon Snyder on piano who played a sonata and trio Friday in Morgan Auditorium.
Professor of Music Kathleen Lamkin shared her knowledge of the use of Joseph Haydn’s music in the Moravian communities of North America on Monday in the President’s Dining Room.
Artists are often seen penetrating other realms of society through use of their craft, and Kenneth Marcus, professor of history, has dedicated his work to research this impact on history.
During her Tuesday concert in Morgan Auditorium, jazz and blues singer Barbara Morrison had many in the audience dancing in their seats.
After years of planning, months of construction, and roughly $4.2 million, the newly renovated Ann and Steve Morgan Auditorium, formerly Founders Auditorium, is complete.