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Undergraduate, Graduate Open House Saturday (April 30)

The Office of Undergraduate Admissions will host its Spring Open House for high school juniors on Saturday (April 30).  The event begins at 9:30 a.m. in the Montante Cultural Center.  Attendees will have the opportunity to meet with faculty, tour the campus, and speak with current students.  For more information, contact Amanda Snider at Ext. 2208.

The Office of Graduate Admissions will also host its Spring Open House on Saturday at 10:30 a.m. on the 2nd floor of the Richard E. Winter ’42 Student Center.  Graduate programs in the Richard J. Wehle School of Business, the School of Education & Human Services, and the College of Arts & Sciences will be highlighted.  For more information, contact Jim Bagwell at Ext. 2544.

Faculty or staff participating in these events should direct any questions to the Office of Admissions at Ext. 2208.

Submitted by:  Mollie Strasser, associate director, admissions

Opera Workshop Performance Sunday (May 1)

“Love Conquers All” is the theme of this year’s Opera Workshop performance on Sunday (May 1) at 7:30 p.m. in the Montante Cultural Center.  The program features student performances of the music of Mozart (The Magic Flute), Puccini (La Rondine), Gilbert & Sullivan (Ruddigore), Moore (The Ballad of Baby Doe), Romberg (The New Moon) and Flotow (Martha). The program is directed by Melissa Thorburn with scenic projections by Rev. Michael Tunney, S.J.  Admission is free.

For more information and a list of performers, call the Music Office at Ext 2536 or click here.

Submitted by:  Ellen Barnum, assistant director, ArtsCanisius

Chorale To Perform At Holy Trinity Church In Niagara Falls

The Canisius College Chorale, under the direction of Frank Scinta, will continue its 2010-2011 Sacred Spaces concert series with a performance on Monday (May 2) at 7:30 p.m. in Historic Holy Trinity Church, 1419 Falls Street in Niagara Falls, NY.  The program is free and open to the public, and will feature works of Mendelssohn, Lotti, Lauridsen, Bernstein, Dawson and others.

Sacred Spaces stems from an idea the choir proposed six years ago to feature its music in some of Western New York’s most beautiful and acoustically resonant environments – namely, the sanctuaries of our region’s present and former churches. As a result, the choir has visited nearly 30 houses of worship with its repertoire of sacred and secular music spanning five centuries.

Submitted by:  Frank Scinta, adjunct professor, fine arts