The St. Scholastica Saints Percussion Ensembles and a cappella singing group Vocal Revolution perform classic one-hit wonders.
The St. Scholastica Concert Band plays classics by Holst, Reed, Ticheli and Sousa.
The St. Scholastica String Orchestra and Chamber Ensembles perform a number of chamber music pieces, including Italian classical-era composer and cellist Luigi Rodolfo Boccherini’s colorful Night Music from the Streets of Madrid.
The St. Scholastica Center for Early Music Orchestra, directed by musical faculty member emeritus Shelley Gruskin, provides the musical accompaniment for the 34th annual community sing-along of Handel’s Messiah. Musical scores can be purchased at the door for $15.More Details >>
Carol Lee Flinder's book Rebalancing the World: Why Women Belong and Men Compete and How to Restore the Ancient Equilibrium was published in 2003. Flinders has published numerous books on feminism and spirtuality since 1993.
Twin Ports Choral Project: Spirit Moving Over Chaos— 7:30 p.m.
$5 to $10
The Twin Ports Choral Project brings communities from around the world to explore music composed in remembrance of people and places torn apart by poverty, disaster and war.Watch Video >>
Rosalie Riegle is a peace activist and oral historian. She taught English and Women’s Studies for 33 years at Saginaw Valley State University in Michigan, where she co-founded two Catholic Worker houses. Her recent oral histories are Doing Time for Peace: Resistance, Family and Community and Crossing the Line: Nonviolent Resisters Speak Out for Peace.
Vocal Revolution provides a night of musical variety at their annual spring concert.