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Today, Apr 25, 2015
Student Ensemble - Moravian College Choir

featuring Karl Jenkins' Requiem with shakuhachi soloist, Nora Suggs

Paula Ring Zerkle, director

This new Requiem (2004) by British composer, Karl Jenkins, combines Japanese haiku with Latin text usually found in a Requiem Mass. Oriental instruments are included in the orchestration, including the shakuhachi with Nora Suggs as performer. The Choir will also present works written for them by Moravian student composers. This concert reflects the College's InFocus theme for 2013-2014: War, Peacebuilding, and the Just Society.
Time: 7:30 PM Location: Foy Concert Hall - Moravian College, Hurd Campus
Contact: Bill Bauman 610-861-1662

Senior Thesis Exhibition

The Moravian College Senior Thesis Exhibition is always one of the highlights of our annual exhibition program. An eclectic mix of disciplines offered at Moravian College, the exhibition represents four years of hard and productive work.
Time: Tuesday - Sunday: noon - 4 a.m. | Closed: Mondays, major holidays, and college breaks. Location: Payne Gallery, Hurd Campus
Contact: David Leidich 610-653-5555

Jounrey From the East

By Bill George and Christopher Shorr

The season culminates with a grand outdoor performance. Following up on the 2012 Civil War extravaganza "A Resting Place," Moravian once again partners with Touchstone Theatre on its latest community-based offering, taking theatre to the streets for another epic theatricade. Inspired by Bethlehem's ever-changing community, and mixing the Chinese classic "Journey to the West" with Shakespeare's "Hamlet," this culture-mashing spectacle will take place on the South Bethlehem Greenway and at the Chinese Harmony Pavilion.
 Location: Performed at the Chinese Harmony Pavilion on the South Bethlehem Greenway
Contact: Christopher Shorr 610-861-1489

Movie - The Wedding Ringer

Time: 9pm Location: Prosser Auditorium, HUB