Euripides classic tragedy examines the precarious condition of the outsider and the devastating power of revenge.
Paolo Schianchi is now considered by many to be one of the best Italian musicians of his generation. He plays all existing variations of the guitar. He is a musician, composer, researcher and inventor. He has more than one degree with honours and has received numerous national and international awards both as guitarist and composer, gaining experience with several of the world’s most renowned guitarists.
A Blast From the Past
"A Blast From the Past" is a FREE music-themed morning designed for students with disabilites, including both a music workshop and a concert that caters specifically to people with special needs.
The Poets Love: Choral Music Setting of the Great Poets
Join the choirs of Seton Hill University - Una Voce, Setonia (formerly Women's Chorale), and the SHU Men's Glee Club for a concert featuring music setting the texts of Shakespeare, Yeats, Frost, Tennyson, Rosetti, and more! Readings from Theatre students and glorious music - a wonderful way to spend the afternoon.
Experience the premieres of compelling new and original dance pieces by Seton Hill dance faculty TaMara Swank and Stefan Zubal along with guest artists, featuring the talents of students in works that span the dance spectrum in form and style.
Come one, Come All
The WSW welcomes Dr. Roderick T. Booker and the Westmoreland Count Community College Symphonic Band for a joint concert featuring an array of literature for winds and percussion. Each group will perform; and at the end, the groups will combine for a joint performance.
Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre's "Millennial Movement"
Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre's "Millennial Movement" features five new works choreographed by PBT dancers Amanda Cochrane, Julia Erickson, William Moore, Yoshiaki Nakano and Cooper Verona. These five emerging choreographers will bring their compelling perspectives on ballet to the Seton Hill stage.