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March 2018

Good Vibratones’ Throwback Concert

March 31 @ 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Harbor View Hall Gatehouse Lounge

Good Vibratones, Wagner's co-ed acapella group, will be performing all your favorite throwbacks in an epic showing of acapella, snacks, and most importantly, good vibes

April 2018

Good Vibes’ Throwback Concert!

April 7 @ 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Harbor View Hall Gatehouse Lounge

Good Vibes will be performing a bunch of classic throwbacks with some special guests!

Good Vibratones’ Final Concert

April 14 @ 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Reynolds House Coffeehouse

Good Vibes will be performing all your favorites in their final concert of the year!

Anthony Turner Faculty Recital

April 25 @ 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Campus Hall Music Performance Center

The Wagner College Department of Music presents faculty baritone Anthony Turner in recital on Wednesday, April 25, 2018 at 7:30pm in the Music Performance Center.

The program is entitled ‘War and Repentance’ featuring the poetry of Walt Whitman set to the music of Ned Rorem, Lee Hoiby and Barbara Wesby. The program will also feature arrangements of Negro Spirituals by Hall Johnson, Louis Gruenberg and R. Nathaniel Dett. Accompanying the recital will be the fashion designs of junior visual arts major and current Wagner College basketball team member Tim Graham.

Wagner College Choir Send-Off Concert

April 29 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

In preparation for a ten-day concert tour of Costa Rica, Wagner College Choir and Alumni join in a lively and varied concert celebrating the choir’s heritage, traditional and contemporary American music, and gems from many nations and cultures. The repertoire presented represents a mosaic of musical life in New York that the choir is eager to share with its audiences in Costa Rica. The program includes sacred works by Pachelbel, Virgil Thomson, Stephen Paulus, Ivo Antognini, Ola Gjeilo, Nicolai Kedrov, and Barbara Wesby, as well as American folk hyms arranged by Shawn Kirchner and Roger Wesby. Daniel Elders’ nocturne, Ballade to the Moon, Javier Busto’s charming Sagastipean, and John Lennon’s Rain are among the secular works. In addition, the program segment “Our Folk Music” includes a work by Stephen Foster, an Afro-Peruvian landó and a Costa Rican song. A Zimbabwean spiritual, and two Africa American spirituals close the program. Stretto vocal ensemble will perform two of TAKE 6’s arrangements.

Sunday, April 29th at 5pm
Trinity Lutheran Church

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