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Events and Concerts

October

Tromba Mundi
10/2/15 - 07:30 PM

Guest artist Tromba Mundi trumpet ensemble - dedicated to exploring, promoting and performing new works for trumpet and featuring faculty member Bryan Appleby-Wineberg - presents a free concert at Rowan University

Location: Boyd Recital Hall @ Wilson Hall

Small Jazz Ensembles
10/13/15 - 08:00 PM

The Department of Music presents this concert featuring a variety of student groups performing in one exciting evening of classic and contemporary jazz, under the direction of jazz faculty. Admission is free and open to the public.

Location: Boyd Recital Hall @ Wilson Hall

Rowan University Orchestra
10/20/15 - 08:00 PM

Under the direction of Salvatore Scarpa, the Orchestra presents an evening of diverse works. General admission tickets are $10; and $5 for seniors, non-Rowan students, staff, alumni. Rowan students are admitted FREE with valid ID. Contact the box office at 856-256-4545 for more information.

Location: Pfleeger Concert Hall @ Wilson Hall

Bacchae 2.1, a play by Charles Mee
10/22/15 - 08:00 PM

The Department of Theatre & Dance presents a collision of ancient and modern in this poetic gender study that draws from Euripides' text and more contemporary writers to create a highly sensual theatrical celebration of the god Dionysus. Directed and choreographed by Melanie Stewart, the production features original music by Rowan alum Anthony Di Bartolo performed by a live ensemble. Please note: the production features mature subject matter and language.

Location: Tohill Theatre @ Bunce Hall

Bacchae 2.1, a play by Charles Mee
10/23/15 - 08:00 PM

The Department of Theatre & Dance presents a collision of ancient and modern in this poetic gender study that draws from Euripides' text and more contemporary writers to create a highly sensual theatrical celebration of the god Dionysus. Directed and choreographed by Melanie Stewart, the production features original music by Rowan alum Anthony Di Bartolo performed by a live ensemble. Please note: the production features mature subject matter and language.

Location: Tohill Theatre @ Bunce Hall

Bacchae 2.1, a play by Charles Mee
10/24/15 - 03:00 PM

The Department of Theatre & Dance presents a collision of ancient and modern in this poetic gender study that draws from Euripides' text and more contemporary writers to create a highly sensual theatrical celebration of the god Dionysus. Directed and choreographed by Melanie Stewart, the production features original music by Rowan alum Anthony Di Bartolo performed by a live ensemble. Please note: the production features mature subject matter and language.

Location: Tohill Theatre @ Bunce Hall

Bacchae 2.1, a play by Charles Mee
10/24/15 - 08:00 PM

The Department of Theatre & Dance presents a collision of ancient and modern in this poetic gender study that draws from Euripides' text and more contemporary writers to create a highly sensual theatrical celebration of the god Dionysus. Directed and choreographed by Melanie Stewart, the production features original music by Rowan alum Anthony Di Bartolo performed by a live ensemble. Please note: the production features mature subject matter and language.

Location: Tohill Theatre @ Bunce Hall

Rowan Concert Choir
10/24/15 - 08:00 PM

The Rowan Concert Choir, under the direction of Christopher B. Thomas, presents an evening of choral music from living composers.

Location: Pfleeger Concert Hall @ Wilson Hall

Bacchae 2.1, a play by Charles Mee
10/25/15 - 03:00 PM

The Department of Theatre & Dance presents a collision of ancient and modern in this poetic gender study that draws from Euripides' text and more contemporary writers to create a highly sensual theatrical celebration of the god Dionysus. Directed and choreographed by Melanie Stewart, the production features original music by Rowan alum Anthony Di Bartolo performed by a live ensemble. Please note: the production features mature subject matter and language.

Location: Tohill Theatre @ Bunce Hall