An Evening With N.K. Jemisin
N(ora). K. Jemisin is an author of speculative fiction short stories and novels who lives and writes in Brooklyn, NY. Her work has been nominated for the Hugo (three times), the Nebula (four times), and the World Fantasy Award (twice); shortlisted for the Crawford, the Gemmell Morningstar, and the Tiptree; and she has won a Locus Award for Best First Novel as well as the Romantic Times Reviewer’s Choice Award (three times). In 2015, she became the first black person to win the Best Novel Hugo for The Fifth Season.
Guido Contini is a famous Italian lm director in crisis. He is about to turn 40, his 20 year marriage is in jeopardy and he cannot come up with the story for his next film. Seeking an answer to his problems, he remembers the women he has loved - his mother, his muse, his wife, his lover - and how they have shaped his life
This program consists of music for winds and perfcussion composed in the last thirty years!
Una Voce Presents "In Love and War"
Join Una Voice and guest guitarist, Loren Fortna for a performance of Jeffrey Van's A Procession Winding Around Me, a hauntingly beautiful setting of four Civil War era poems of Walt Whitman. Other pieces by Stephen Paulus and Joseph Gregorio round out the afternoon.
Euripides classic tragedy examines the precarious condition of the outsider and the devastating power of revenge.
The Poets Love: Chormal 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.