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News From Around The College

  1. “The Art of Feng No. 3” opens at the Radford University Art Museum »

    1/21/2016

    In his third art exhibition at the Radford University Art Museum, Z. L. Feng brings the local landscape inside the gallery.

  2. Works by Beethoven featured in Polish Baltic Philharmonic Orchestra concert »

    1/21/2016

    Direct from the historic port city of Gdansk, the Polish Baltic Philharmonic Orchestra presents a concert featuring the works of Beethoven at 7:30 p.m., Feb. 2 at Radford University’s Bondurant Auditorium in Preston Hall.

  3. The Department of Theatre announces casts for spring 2016 productions »

    1/21/2016

    Two productions were recently cast for this semester. They are “Dog Sees God” and “Anything Goes” with music and lyrics by Cole Porter.

  4. Music Therapy is ready for a successful 2016 »

    12/17/2015

    Music Therapy students have a strong lead into the new year. Adele Gleixner received a scholarship from the Virginia Music Therapy Association (VMTA), and five other students are presenting at the Mid-Atlantic Region of the American Music Therapy Association’s (MAR) Regional Conference.

  5. CNAfME receives Chapter of Excellence Award »

    12/9/2015

    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.

  6. Two theatre majors selected to audition at the Southeastern Theatre Conference »

    12/9/2015

    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.

  7. Bringing holiday and new music to the Snyder Nursing Home »

    12/8/2015

    Four sophomore music therapy students provided an interactive flute concert on Dec. 5 for the residents of Synder Nursing Home in Salem, Virginia.

  8. A last hurrah for the Madrigal Man »

    11/24/2015

    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.

  9. New director brings high energy to Dr. Seuss’ The Cat in the Hat »

    11/24/2015

    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.

  10. The Return of the Porterfield Ensemble  »

    11/18/2015

    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.

CVPA News From University Relations

  1. Bringing music education to Nepal »

    2/8/2016

    Debate has raged in America over the value of the arts education for years. In some districts, music and arts have been long-shuttered to save costs.

  2. Virginia Thespian Conference comes to Radford »

    2/2/2016

    Hundreds of Virginia's most talented young performers spent a weekend on the Radford University campus at the Virginia Thespians Conference Jan. 29-31.

  3. Fifth Give Your Heart to Art celebrates all who contribute to Radford's vibrant art community »

    2/2/2016

    Supporters and friends of the Radford University Arts Society gathered Jan. 28 for the fifth annual benefit.

  4. Dance shines with RUBY success  »

    1/27/2016

    Dance instructors Aleksey Plekhanov and Inessa Plekhanova and Radford University Ballet Youth student Lindy Mesmer took home prizes at the 2016 Youth America Grand Prix regional in Philadelphia.

  5. Radford music therapy students surpass national average certification rates »

    1/25/2016

    Since 2008, Radford University music therapy students have gone above and beyond in achieving board certifications, with a cumulative 94 percent pass rate.