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Presented in partnership with the Westfield Center for Historical Keyboard Studies.
The following events are free and open to the public.
Friday, March 29
8 p.m. | Organ recital by Cherry Rhodes: music of Calvin Hampton; Setnor Auditorium, Crouse College (free and open to the public)
Saturday, March 30
8 p.m. | Organ concert featuring Katherine Pardee and William Porter: music of Bach, Bonnal, Dupré, and Tournemire; Setnor Auditorium, Crouse College (free and open to the public)
Sunday, March 31
4 p.m. | Malmgren Concert Series featuring hymns and choral anthems by Calvin Hampton featuring Kola Owolabi, organist and Hendricks Chapel Choir and Festival Community Choir with José “Peppie” Calvar, director; Hendricks Chapel Sanctuary (free and open to the public)
7 p.m. | Hendricks Chapel Dean’s Convocation with Rev. Dr. Brian Konkol and featuring music by Janet Brown, Anne Laver, Samuel Kuffuor-Afriyie, and the Hendricks Chapel Choir; Hendricks Chapel Sanctuary (free and open to the public)
Book, Music, and Lyrics by Andrew Lippa | Based on the Poem by Joseph Moncure March | Directed by Katherine McGerr | Associate Directed and Choreographed by Andrea Leigh-Smith | Music Direction by Brian Cimmet | March 29 – April 7 | Opening Night: March 30
Presented by the Department of Drama. You’re invited to a party—a wild Hollywood party set in the Roaring 20s. Queenie and Burrs are your hosts. An intoxicating array of beverages will be served , music and dancing will raise the roof, and trouble will most certainly make an appearance. What’s a party without at least a little trouble? Based on Joseph Moncure March’s 1928 narrative poem, The Wild Party is a steamy prohibition tale driven by one of the most exciting, pulse-racing scores ever written. When you need to cut loose, how far is too far?