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KSU Orchestra and Choirs

May 6, 2018 3 PM to 4:30 PM

Music, poetry, dance and journalism weave together on Sun., May 6 at 3 p.m. for the world premiere of “I Sing the Body,” a newly composed multi-movement work for choir and orchestra. Drawing on the talent of students from across the university, the creation of this work represents the interdisciplinary collaboration of the School of Music, Wick Poetry Center, School of Theatre and Dance, and School of Journalism and Mass Communication. The concert will open with Verdi’s “Nabucco Overture.” As a grand finale, the KSU Orchestra and Choirs will also perform the beautiful “Dona Nobis Pacem” by Ralph Vaughan Williams. Jungho Kim and Scott MacPherson conduct.

There is a fee for this event. Due to an anticipated large audience, we ask our patrons to purchase their tickets in advance to avoid long lines and a delayed start. Cartwright Hall is at 650 Hilltop Drive, Kent Campus, with parking off of Terrace Drive. The “I Sing the Body” project was made possible by a Kent State College of the Arts Catalyst Grant.

-”Nabucco Overture” by Giuseppe Verdi
-”I Sing the Body” by KSU student composers Patrick Wickliffe, Sidney Raabe, Scott Little, Ezekiel Paulowski, and K.A.Wilson
-”Dona nobis pacem” by Ralph Vaughan Williams

$15 adults*
$13 seniors and Kent State University faculty and staff*
$10 groups of 10 or more patrons
$8 non-Kent State students and Kent State students ineligible for the Fee for Free
FREE full-time Kent State undergraduate students and those 18 & under | 330-672-2787 (ARTS)

*Only adult and senior tickets can be purchased online. All other ticket purchases must be in person or over the phone. Visit the Performing Arts Box Office M-F, noon to 5 p.m. in the Roe Green Lobby of the Center for the Performing Arts, 1325 Theatre Drive Kent Campus.

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