September 23, 2022
Feature Story: Recruiting a New Generation of Young Virtuosos
Maria Asteriadou and Kurt Nikkanen are professors in Kutztown University's Department of Music. The magnificent influence of classical music can transform an enormous coliseum into an intimate gathering, or a drab auditorium into a grand concert hall. A contemporary audience can time travel and discover the wonder of Mozart, the mystery of Beethoven, and the harmony of Schubert, without ever having to leave their seat. Read the feature story online.
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|Sept. 24||All Day||Family Day|
|Sept. 24||11 a.m.||Heemet Fescht
|Sept. 28||4:30 p.m.||Why Overturning Roe Matters: Panel Discussion
|Sept. 29||11 a.m.||Open Forum with Chancellor Greenstein
|Sept. 30||7 p.m.||"Bob Ross" Painting, Stay Alive/Make Art
200 Recreation Center
|Sept. 24||noon||Football vs. Shepherd (Family Day)
Andre Reed Stadium (Live Stats | Video | Radio)
|Sept. 24||1 p.m.||Men's Tennis vs. Frostburg State
|Sept. 24||1 p.m.||Women's Tennis vs. Frostburg State
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