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The Department of Music’s National Association for Music Education (NAfME) Collegiate Chapter won a Chapter of Excellence Award for professional development at the Virginia Music Educators Association (VMEA) Professional Development Conference in November.
Two Radford University theatre majors were selected to go onto Southeastern Theatre Conference (SETC) spring auditions during the recent Virginia Theatre Association Conference in Norfolk.
Four sophomore music therapy students provided an interactive flute concert on Dec. 5 for the residents of Synder Nursing Home in Salem, Virginia.
The madrigals will sing. The jester will jest. Entertainment, fine dining and merriment will happen. But this is the last year audiences in Southwest Virginia will enjoy the labors of David Castonguay’s tenure as director of the Radford University Madrigal Dinner.
Radford University School of Dance and Theatre presents “Dr. Seuss’ The Cat in the Hat” Dec. 5 at the Pridemore Playhouse. Prepare for an energetic show filled with lots of action by 11 actors who constantly run, jump, swing, slide, ride bikes, and do cartwheels.
The Porterfield Ensemble is revived by Wesley Young, professor of theatre, and is currently touring the area with a new production of "Brush Up Your Shakespeare.
Here is just a sampling of what we do at the College of Visual and Performing Arts during the semester.
Radford University theatre student actors, designers and a director take the Hawes Studio Theatre stage with their interpretation of Edward Albee’s “The Zoo Story” in early November.
Memories play a vital role in Eric Finzi’s “Finzi-Contini Giardino” exhibition at Radford University Art Museum in the Covington Center Nov. 5-Dec. 13.
Celebrating 25 years of bringing the most accomplished classical musicians to the stage, the New Horizons Series presents three concerts celebrating international collaboration featuring the Scottish piano trio Vocali3e, pianist Caroline Hong and acclaimed British pianist/recording artist Martin Jones.
CVPA News From University Relations
The College of Visual and Performing Arts launched an ambassador program aimed at increasing student involvement in on-campus events and recruiting efforts.
The Music Therapy program at Radford University has expanded its partnership with Carillion Roanoke Memorial Hospital.
The second of three collaborations between Radford University’s Department of Dance and the Moss Arts Center at Virginia Tech will bring American Modern Dance icon Twyla Tharp’s style to Radford on March 2.
Stephanie Miller spent her time at Radford working toward her M.S. degree in Music Therapy under the mentorship of Music Professor Jim Borling.
Amid the hustle and bustle of downtown Radford lies an art museum designed to showcase student work to the public. On display at the Radford University Art Museum Downtown are photographs submitted to the Southwest Virginia Juried Student Photography Competition.