All are welcome to this annual tradition; a reception will follow.
World-renowned poet, activist and educator Nikki Giovanni will visit the University of St. Thomas this Friday as part of “A Night of Expression!” to celebrate Black History Month. Giovanni took the time to answer a few questions before her visit.
Christopher Kachian and Thomas Schönberg will perform in the first concert ever held in the library’s Great Hall.
The concert will be performed in the Twin Cities and Rochester and will feature music that reaches across Indian, Persian and Sephardic-Jewish musical traditions.
This year’s festival features five events that will be held in April.
Michel Bouvard will perform Sunday afternoon in the Chapel of St. Thomas Aquinas. All are welcome to the free concert and reception.
Dr. Shelly Nordtorp-Madson, Art History, and Dr. Chris Kachian, Music, will present this noontime series. They will cover various periods in art, sculpture, painting, costume history and more – coupled with guitar performances of period music.
Korea-born Han will perform Sunday, March 3. All are welcome to the free concert.
The free concert in St. Mary’s Chapel is presented by the Society for the Doctrinal Affectation of Baroque Music.
Windschitl and the university’s Schola Cantorum will perform Bach chorales on Sunday, Dec. 9.
All are welcome to enjoy this annual event presented by the seminary’s Chorale and Schola.
The four informal concerts feature music by guitarist Joan Griffith and pianist Laura Caviani, the UST Guitar Ensemble, the UST Women’s Choir and the UST String Ensemble.
The annual tradition will be held at the Minneapolis Convention Center this year while it’s usual host, Orchestra Hall, undergoes construction.
Tickets are free to all ACTC students, faculty and staff with ACTC ID for this comical parody of gothic novels. Performances will run Wednesday, Oct. 31, through Sunday, Nov. 4.
Celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month with a traditional dance performance. Food and prizes will be provided.
Organist David Jenkins will perform the first of five recitals on Sept. 16.
The event teaches positive portrayals of children with mental health issues.