April 17th - May 11th
After four years of hard work, Moravian's Senior art students have a chance to show their stuff. Don't miss this sampling from the next generation of great artists.
Moravian College Student Scholarship and Creative Endeavors Day
Rally for a Hate-Free America
Beginning at 5:00 p.m., HUB pavilion
Join us as Moravian makes a statement about the need to live in a society that practices compassion and understanding. It's an evening of music, poetry, reflection and inspiration. Come and join a drumming circle (5:00-6:00 pm) and create a quilt square with your message about a hate-free America. Keynote speaker Tom Martinez, former hate group, will share the story of his transformation into an advocate for a hate-free world (7:00 p.m.). Read essays on erasing hate written by Moravian students. A candle-lighting ceremony will close the event.
7:30 p.m. Peter Hall
Featuring Erin Maher, flute and composition
Bruckner's E Minor Mass
4:00 p.m. Foy Hall
The Moravian Choir will perform the music of Anton Bruckner, including his Mass in E minor, a beautiful and passionate setting of the Latin Mass for 8-part chorus and orchestra. The program will also include repertoire from the Moravian Choir European tour that will commence this May: choir members will be touring Germany, Austria, and Italy and will be singing in several cathedrals, including St. Mark's Basilica in Venice. Repertoire for performances in large cathedrals, such as St. Mark's, is traditionally unaccompanied. The tour group will perform four of the a cappella pieces they have prepared as part of this concert.