Department of Music and Performing Arts presents Music at Moser

The University of St. Francis is proud to offer unique music and theater opportunities for fine-arts enthusiasts in Joliet and its surrounding communities. We invite you to join us at an upcoming event!

Purchase your tickets on line below or if you have questions, please call (800) 735-7500. Tickets purchased online will be available the evening of the performance at WILL CALL. Please be sure to bring your emailed receipt with you to pick up your tickets.

Please note: Tickets must be purchased by 5 p.m. the Thursday before a performance. If a performance is close to selling out, online ticket ordering may be discontinued sooner. After online ticket ordering is suspended, ticket reservations must be phoned in to the Events Coordinator at (815) 740-3520. There is open seating at all performances and reservations are strongly encouraged. In order to accommodate all Music at Moser fans, reserved tickets that are not picked up 15 minutes before the start of a show, may be released to walk-in guests.

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MUSIC AT MOSER SERIES FOR SPRING 2014

 

Schola and Singing Saints
A Choral Mosaic

The Schola Cantorum, under the direction of Patrick Brannon, will perform selections from the oratorio “Historia di Jepthe” by Carissimi, and a selection of works from Ireland, including Irish chant and a contemporary piece by Irish composer Michael McGlynn. The concert will also feature Renaissance madrigals by Morley and Bennett, a work by Polish composer Gorecki, as well as selections from “West Side Story” and “Candide” by Leonard Bernstein. Men from the Schola (informally known as the Singing Sinners) will perform a selection of works by Grieg, Hale, and Rogers and Hammerstein.

The Singing Saints under the direction of Julie Grives will be celebrating spring in songs about light and the renewed hope we feel after a long winter. Come hear joyous music from around the world and from right here at home.

Date: Friday, April 25, 2014
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Location: Sexton Auditorium
Admission: Adults $10/ Alumni, Students & Seniors $7/ USF Students & Staff Free
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The Joliet Symphony Orchestra presents “Dazzling Debuts”

“Dazzling Debuts” features two rising stars from the Joliet area, soprano Karlie Traversa and cellist Marianne Roszyk, who make their solo debuts with the JSO as winners of its inaugural concerto competition. In addition, the orchestra will dazzle in Saint-Saens’s rousing “Bacchanale” and Stravinsky’s majestic “Firebird.” Don’t miss this afternoon of inspiring performances!

Date: Sunday, April 27, 2014
Time: 3:00 p.m.
Location: Sexton Auditorium
Admission: Adults $10/ Alumni, Students & Seniors $7/ USF Students & Staff Free
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“This concert typically sells out, so advance ticket orders are strongly encouraged. Tickets can be reserved at www.stfrancis.edu/music-at-moser. Tickets not claimed 15 minutes before the performance may be released to walk-in guests.”