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April


Apr 20, 2021

9:00 AM

Unforeseen Circumstances: Art-making at a Distance
Foster Art Gallery

The Foster Art Gallery presents Unforeseen Circumstances: Art-making at a Distance, an exhibition featuring student artwork from spring and fall art courses. The exhibition includes drawings, ceramics, sculpture, embroidery, paintings and collage, and all pieces were created using socially distanced practices within the studio. Some pieces in this exhibition are for sale; prices are listed on a sheet inside the gallery. 

For more information contact Summer Zickefoose at zickefse@westminster.edu

Apr 21, 2021

9:00 AM

Unforeseen Circumstances: Art-making at a Distance
Foster Art Gallery

The Foster Art Gallery presents Unforeseen Circumstances: Art-making at a Distance, an exhibition featuring student artwork from spring and fall art courses. The exhibition includes drawings, ceramics, sculpture, embroidery, paintings and collage, and all pieces were created using socially distanced practices within the studio. Some pieces in this exhibition are for sale; prices are listed on a sheet inside the gallery. 

For more information contact Summer Zickefoose at zickefse@westminster.edu

Apr 22, 2021

9:00 AM

Unforeseen Circumstances: Art-making at a Distance
Foster Art Gallery

The Foster Art Gallery presents Unforeseen Circumstances: Art-making at a Distance, an exhibition featuring student artwork from spring and fall art courses. The exhibition includes drawings, ceramics, sculpture, embroidery, paintings and collage, and all pieces were created using socially distanced practices within the studio. Some pieces in this exhibition are for sale; prices are listed on a sheet inside the gallery. 

For more information contact Summer Zickefoose at zickefse@westminster.edu

Apr 23, 2021

9:00 AM

Unforeseen Circumstances: Art-making at a Distance
Foster Art Gallery

The Foster Art Gallery presents Unforeseen Circumstances: Art-making at a Distance, an exhibition featuring student artwork from spring and fall art courses. The exhibition includes drawings, ceramics, sculpture, embroidery, paintings and collage, and all pieces were created using socially distanced practices within the studio. Some pieces in this exhibition are for sale; prices are listed on a sheet inside the gallery. 

For more information contact Summer Zickefoose at zickefse@westminster.edu

Apr 23, 2021

6:00 PM

Westminster College Trumpets in Recital
Orr Auditorium

The Westminster College School of Music presents Westminster College Trumpets in Recital. This concert will feature selections performed by the Westminster College Trumpet Ensemble, which is made up of current students in the trumpet studio, as well as solo works performed by Dr. Timothy Winfield, Associate Professor of Trumpet, accompanied by Dr. Kihwa Kim, Instructor of Piano. To view the performance remotely follow the link below, or navigate to the Westminster College School of Music YouTube channel. A limited number of the campus community may attend in person by contacting Dr. Winfield.

Watch the live stream here: https://youtu.be/q7qlQvWpjSg

For more information, or to reserve a spot to attend in person, contact Dr. Timothy Winfield at winfietd@westminster.edu.

Apr 24, 2021

9:00 AM

Saturday Storytime with the Titans
Westminster McGill Library's YouTube channel

Join the Westminster Titans for a special pre-recorded storytime every Saturday on YouTube! Each week, a set of Westminster Education students will read a very special children's book and provide an activity for your little one to do that relates to the story. Videos will be posted each Saturday at 9:00 am on the Westminster McGill Library YouTube channel. All of the books featured are available for contactless checkout at the Westminster McGill Library (https://www.westminster.edu/library).

For more information contact Becky Graham at grahamrn@westmisnter.edu

Apr 25, 2021

3:00 PM

Westminster College Jazz Ensemble Concert
YouTube

Join the Westminster College Jazz Ensemble from the comfort of your own home for their final concert of the semester! The Jazz Ensemble will perform works by Sammy Nestico, Hank Levy, Gordon Goodwin, Erik Morales, and more. Follow the link below to view the performance, or navigate to the Westminster College School of Music YouTube channel.

Live stream the performance here: https://youtu.be/4cVYI7yo78g

For more information contact Tim Winfield at winfietd@westminster.edu.

Apr 26, 2021

9:00 AM

Unforeseen Circumstances: Art-making at a Distance
Foster Art Gallery

The Foster Art Gallery presents Unforeseen Circumstances: Art-making at a Distance, an exhibition featuring student artwork from spring and fall art courses. The exhibition includes drawings, ceramics, sculpture, embroidery, paintings and collage, and all pieces were created using socially distanced practices within the studio. Some pieces in this exhibition are for sale; prices are listed on a sheet inside the gallery. 

For more information contact Summer Zickefoose at zickefse@westminster.edu

Apr 27, 2021

9:00 AM

Unforeseen Circumstances: Art-making at a Distance
Foster Art Gallery

The Foster Art Gallery presents Unforeseen Circumstances: Art-making at a Distance, an exhibition featuring student artwork from spring and fall art courses. The exhibition includes drawings, ceramics, sculpture, embroidery, paintings and collage, and all pieces were created using socially distanced practices within the studio. Some pieces in this exhibition are for sale; prices are listed on a sheet inside the gallery. 

For more information contact Summer Zickefoose at zickefse@westminster.edu

Apr 28, 2021

9:00 AM

Unforeseen Circumstances: Art-making at a Distance
Foster Art Gallery

The Foster Art Gallery presents Unforeseen Circumstances: Art-making at a Distance, an exhibition featuring student artwork from spring and fall art courses. The exhibition includes drawings, ceramics, sculpture, embroidery, paintings and collage, and all pieces were created using socially distanced practices within the studio. Some pieces in this exhibition are for sale; prices are listed on a sheet inside the gallery. 

For more information contact Summer Zickefoose at zickefse@westminster.edu

Apr 29, 2021

9:00 AM

Unforeseen Circumstances: Art-making at a Distance
Foster Art Gallery

The Foster Art Gallery presents Unforeseen Circumstances: Art-making at a Distance, an exhibition featuring student artwork from spring and fall art courses. The exhibition includes drawings, ceramics, sculpture, embroidery, paintings and collage, and all pieces were created using socially distanced practices within the studio. Some pieces in this exhibition are for sale; prices are listed on a sheet inside the gallery. 

For more information contact Summer Zickefoose at zickefse@westminster.edu

Apr 30, 2021

9:00 AM

Unforeseen Circumstances: Art-making at a Distance
Foster Art Gallery

The Foster Art Gallery presents Unforeseen Circumstances: Art-making at a Distance, an exhibition featuring student artwork from spring and fall art courses. The exhibition includes drawings, ceramics, sculpture, embroidery, paintings and collage, and all pieces were created using socially distanced practices within the studio. Some pieces in this exhibition are for sale; prices are listed on a sheet inside the gallery. 

For more information contact Summer Zickefoose at zickefse@westminster.edu

Apr 30, 2021

8:00 PM

50th Anniversary Reflections of WHO'S NEXT
Online

Celebrity Series at Home presents the 50th Anniversary Reflections of WHO'S NEXT, the second streamed event of the spring season. The Rock Project honors the 50th anniversary of The Who’s legendary album WHO’S NEXT along with other greatest hits in a streamed performance shot live from the Tilles Center for the Performing Arts, Long Island’s premier concert hall. The performance will feature powerful contemporary Broadway voices along with the incredible band Wonderous Stories and special guest musicians on Friday, April 30, 2021 at 8:00 p.m. EST and will be available through May 2. Tickets are $20. Tickets can be purchased online at www.westminster.edu/celebrity.

This spectacular evening celebrating this groundbreaking album will be played track-by-track, note-for-note. Featuring one of the highest-drawing bands on Long Island, Wonderous Stories, with special guest musicians and the powerful contemporary Broadway voices of:

Constantine Maroulis: 2x Tony Award Nominee, Jekyll and Hyde, Rock of Ages, American Idol

Lana Gordon: Chicago, Jesus Christ Superstar, The Lion King

Justin Matthew Sargent: Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, Rock of Ages, Jesus Christ Superstar

Michael Wartella: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Tuck Everlasting, Wicked

Hailed as an undisputed masterwork of The Who’s career, WHO’S NEXT changed the world of rock after it was released in 1971 as their 5th studio album. As Pete Townshend raised the bar for songwriting and The Who set a new standard for performance, this triple-platinum album reached no.1 on the UK’s top ten chart and no.4 on the US Billboard chart. Even today, 50 years later, WHO’S NEXT is still considered a landmark of the rock canon with songs like "Baba O’Riley” and "Won’t Get Fooled Again" that continue to resonate with listeners as if they were written just yesterday.

Don’t worry if your favorite Who songs don’t land on this album! This 50th anniversary concert also celebrates their greatest hits; so you can expect to hear some of The Who’s other masterpieces such as “You Better You Bet”, “Pinball Wizard”, and “Long Live Rock” just to name a few.

For more information contact Connie McGinnis at mcginncl@westminster.edu

 

September


Sep 18, 2021

7:30 PM

"I Am, He Said" A Celebration of the Music of Neil Diamond
Orr Auditorium
Starring Matt Vee, nephew of 60s Pop-Star Bobby Vee
Join Matt, Jeff, and Tommy Vee, nephew and sons of the legendary Bobby Vee, for a celebration of the music of Neil Diamond with songs like “Cracklin’ Rosie,” “Song Sung Blue,” and “Sweet Caroline,” and more!
 
For more information, contact Connie McGinnis, Director of Celebrity Series, at mcginncl@westminster.edu or 724-946-7371.
 
"I Am, He Said" A Celebration of the Music of Neil Diamond was previously scheduled for April 4. Please hold on to your original ticket, which will be honored for entry to the show on the new date.

 

April


Apr 26, 2022

7:30 PM

Michael Bolton: 50th Anniversary of Greatest Hits
Orr Auditorium

50th Anniversary of Greatest Hits
Multiple Grammy award winner singer, songwriter Michael Bolton brings his Symphony Series Tour to Westminster College.  Known for classics such as “How Am I Supposed To Live Without You,” “When A Man Loves A Woman,” “Georgia On My Mind,” “Said I Loved You...But I Lied “ and so many more! 


SPONSORED BY HUNTINGTON, Celebrity Series STAR Sponsor    
VIDEO LINKhttps://michaelbolton.com/#gallery
For more information, contact Connie McGinnis, Director of Celebrity Series, at mcginncl@westminster.edu or 724-946-7371.

The Michael Bolton concert was previously scheduled for April 29, 2020. Tickets with the original April 29, 2020 date will be honored at this show.