Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Performances Coming Soon! Opera@Morgan, Theatre@Morgan, MSU Choir

Scenes from Great Moments
in Operas by
American Composers
MSU's Opera Workshop presents 
a unique collection of scenes 
from American operas (i.e. 
performed in English). Works 
from the following composers 
will be featured:

  • Scott Joplin
  • Leonard Bernstein
  • Gian Carlo Menotti
  • Michael Ching
  • William Grant Still
  • Carlise Floyd
Thursday, April 25, 2019 at 
7 PM
Tickets: $15 General 
Admission available for in-
person purchase at the MFAC 
ticket office
Students: No Charge

Written by Janet Langhart 
Directed by Reggie 

Anne and Emmett is a play 
that depicts an imagined 
conversation between 
Emmett Till, an African 
American boy, and Anne 
Frank, a German Jewish 
girl. This conversation 
takes place in "Memory," 
a non-specific afterlife or 
alternate dimension.

Each was killed when he/
she was a young 
teenager because of 
racial persecution 
and hatred. In their 
conversation, Anne and 
Emmett recount their 
lives and experiences, 
comparing and contrasting 
the events in their lives 
and deaths.

8 Performances: April 
26-28 and May 2-4
Please consult our 
website for times
Tickets: $20, $15, $10


Melvin N. Miles, Jr., Conductor

The Morgan State 
University Symphonic 
Winds presents traditional 
and contemporary wind 
music in their annual concert.

SUNDAY, APRIL 28, 2019 
AT 6:00 PM

Tickets: $15, $10 
available in-person at 
MFAC Ticket Office and 
through Ticketmaster.com

Annual Spring Concert
Sunday, May 5, 2019 at 
4:00 PM

A perennial favorite! It's a rite 
of spring: the beautiful 
music provided by the 
acclaimed Morgan State 
 University Choir in their 
Annual Spring Concert 
with orchestral 
accompaniment--with Dr. 
Eric Conway at the helm. 
This concert features 
excerpts from:
  • "Mass" by Leonard 
  • Bernstein
  • "Healing Tones" by 
  • Hannibal Lokumbe
  • Gospel classics and 
  • Great Hymns
Join the Morgan State 
University Choir as they 
close yet another 
triumphant season. Their 
rich, signature sound, 
the breadth of their 
performance styles, and 
the vocal skills make this 
celebrated choir a much 
sought after ensemble. 

Plan on a 3:00 
arrival to allow time 
for parking, etc. When 
the conductor's baton 
drops, the doors close 
until designated breaks 
for seating, per our late 
seating policy

Tickets: $25, $20, $10 
available in-person at 
MFAC Ticket Office and 
via Ticketmaster.com

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