Griffiths Arts Center

Student Recital

Students of voice and various instruments present their semester’s accomplishments.

Dylan Butts, guitar

Alyssa LaCoy, piano

Julianne DeGuardi, voice

Jonathan Mitchell, voice

Isabel Bogac, voice

Shihao Li, violin

Michelle Kneupfer, cello

Free admission. Open to the public.

Student Art Exhibitions

Seniors from the Art & Art History SYE present their culminating work for the semester. Likewise, students from the Performance and Communication Arts department’s Visual Rhetoric class show us how to argue with images.

AAH Senior Year Experience Exhibition (main galleries)


Friday, April 28, 5:30 pm - Opening reception in the gallery

Arguing with Images: PCA "Visual Rhetoric" exhibition (hallway gallery)

Exhibition: More is More

The Richard F. Brush Art Gallery at St. Lawrence University is pleased to present More is More: The Maximalist Paintings of David Gaither, an exhibition of recent works by David Gaither following his first New York City solo show at 511 Gallery from October 20 through December 5, 2016. 

String Orchestra: Star Wars

The String Orchestra, consisting of student and community members under the leadership of Christian Hosmer, offer a retrospective of 40 Years of Star Wars, 1977-2017.

An off campus concert will be held at George Hall in Ogdensburg on Saturday, April 29 at 7:30 pm. 

Free admission. Open to the public.

Wind Ensemble

The Wind Ensemble presents their spring concert under the guidance of director Kyle Tupper. The varied offerings include a medley of Mancini tunes, Les Miserables, With Quiet Courage by Larry Daehn, Ride by Samuel R. Hazo, and Chorale and Shaker Dance by John Zdechlik.

Free admission. Open to the public.

SoundSandBox: Bara Buk (Sounds of Storytelling)

A long, long time ago... all of our ancestors lived, learned, and grew together through the stories they shared generation after generation.Please join us Thursday, April 13th at 8pm in Peterson-Kermani Hall as SoundSandBox celebrates our common heritage, with music and movement featuring the sounds and stories of native North America, Korea, Australia, Haiti, and west Africa. We invite you, your friends and family, to come, reconnect to your imagination, your childlike wonder, and enjoy the ride. Free admission. Open to the public.


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