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When Brigitte Manga (Dance, 2018) decided to try out for STREB Extreme Action, she was only looking to gain a little extra experience with auditions.
Dr. Marlayna Maynard, voice instructor with the Department of Music, held a faculty lecture recital on works composed for classical singer Catarina Cavalieri at the Davis Performance Hall in the Covington Center on February 7, 2019.
'Rapture, Blister, Burn' by Gina Gionfriddo, explores the choices of having a career or having a family by juxtaposing the lives of two women who met in graduate school and traversed different paths post-graduation.
Two free student art exhibits opened on campus during the first full week of February 2019.
The Department of Music will present a guest recital by acclaimed pianist Ney Fialkow on Wednesday February 13, 2019.
Senior music major Megan Denslinger was recently announced as the Radford University Division winner in the Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning’s “Word Festival” vocabulary video competition.
On Monday February 11, 2018, at 7:30 p.m. the Havana Cuba All-Stars will celebrate Cuban music and dance on the stage of Bondurant Auditorium.
"Apex Predator" exhibit runs from January 30 through March 3, 2019 at the Radford University Art Museum in the Covington Center.
The Montgomery Museum and Lewis Miller Regional Art Center will feature the work of Radford artists Sidra Kaluszka (Virginia Tech '07/Radford University '10) and spouse Shaun C. Whiteside (Christopher Newport University '07/Radford University '11) for the months of January and February.
Since completing her art degree in photography studies at Radford University, Cat Baker ’17 hasn’t sat idly by. In addition to displaying works at multiple galleries in Norfolk, Virginia, she recently curated a unique pop-up show, called "Uhauled," as part of Norfolk’s Neon Festival.
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Representatives from various academic disciplines will come together as part of the Screen Studies Roundtable Series to discuss the relationship between science/technology and the screen in an event scheduled from 5:30-7 p.m. Sept. 17 in the College of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences 1006 at Radford University.
Matthew Cataldi, assistant professor of music, brings a plethora of applied experience with him to Radford University.
New music business instructor David Rivers hopes students will use music to find their voice.
Media covers Radford's Class of '22 move-in
Radford University welcomed the new freshmen class on Aug. 23 when move-in began on a perfect Thursday morning.