Griffiths Arts Center

String Orchestra: A Tribute to Superheroes

The string orchestra, directed by Christian Hosmer, presents their spring concert. This concert will also be presented on Saturday, April 21 at 7:30 pm at the Gouverneur High School.

The SLU String Orchestra is joined by musicians from throughout the community to form a 60-piece symphony orchestra and presents A Tribute to Superheroes, featuring exciting film music from Spider-Man, Batman, Superman, The Avengers, Captain America, and others. 

Free admission. Open to the public.

Mainstage: Dark Water

Dark Water by David Stallings is a lyrical fable that explores the impact of Deep Water Horizons oil spill on the animals and landscape of the gulf and gulf coast. The play’s heroine Barnacle, a sea turtle, embarks on a quest to rescue her children from the dangers posed above and below the water’s surface as the dark water edges ever closer. In order to underscore the environmental themes of the show, University Theatre is producing this piece using sustainable/green(er) production practices.  

Chris Norman & David Greenberg

Chris NORMAN - David GREENBERG: DUO - Two of the most imaginative and dynamic performers in traditional and early music join forces to present a program that runs the gamut from renaissance, baroque, traditional and original music incorporating flutes, violins, vielles, pipes, keyboards, and voice. These two extraordinary performers have played together as sparring partners for more than 20 years on the concert stage and recording studio.

University Chorus: Angels and Shepherds

The University Chorus, comprised of students, faculty/staff, and members of the community, under the direction of Barry Torres, celebrates Christmas with a program called Angels and Shepherds featuring a 25-minute cantata by Ottorino Respighi, "Lauda per la Nativitá del Signore."

This concert will also be presented on Sunday, December 3 at 2 pm in Peterson-Kermani Performance Hall.

Free admission. Open to the public.

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