Salisbury University’s Cultural Calendar Highlights for April.
Welcome to Salisbury University’s Cultural Calendar Highlights for April.
SU art faculty host a virtual gallery talk Thursday, April 1, at the conclusion of the Art Department’s annual faculty exhibit. Faculty members display their works at SU Art Galleries Downtown through Friday, April 2.
SU’s virtual spring Creative Writing Reading Series concludes with two virtual presentations this month. Poet and SU alumnus Charlotte Covey reads from her works on Wednesday, April 7. On Wednesday, April 28, SU students read from their works published in the 2021 edition of SU’s literary journal Scarab, which launches that day.
SU music students perform their virtual senior recitals throughout the month. Violinist Anthony Constantine begins the series Thursday, April 8. For a full schedule visit salisbury.edu/performingarts.
The Allegheny Ensemble continues SU’s music presentations with a virtual concert Wednesday, April 14. Performers include Dr. Jeffrey Schoyen on cello, Dr. Sachi Murasugi on violin and Ernest Barretta on piano.
The SU Percussion Ensemble follows with its annual spring “Evening of Percussion” concert virtually on Thursday, April 15. Directed by Eric Shuster, the performance features guest artist Ian Fry and a new composition by Daniel Bowen.
The SU World Drum Experience, directed by Ted Nichols, performs its annual spring concert virtually on Saturday, April 17. The program features songs from Heart, White Snake, Fleetwood Mac and Bob Marley, as well as Latin and African rhythms including steel drums.
The SU Dance Company performs its annual spring concert virtually April 24 and 25. Directed by Helen Myers, the presentation includes a performance by members of the Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington, D.C.
For more information, including registration links for this semester’s upcoming online events, visit the SU website at salisbury.edu/events.