Multiple Grammy Award-winning Kronos Quartet returned to headline the 2020 Smith Concert Series at Transylvania Jan. 28.
Transylvania’s fine arts scholarships range from $1,000-$3,000 and can be combined with other academic scholarship awards.
Transylvania has strong ties to the popular LexArts HOP, which is Friday evening.
A composition by Transylvania music professor Larry Barnes will be performed by Korean musicians as part of a festival that strives to deepen the relationship between Korean and American musicians.
Maury Sparrow, a 1987 Transylvania University graduate and LexArts communications director, is hosting an après-theater cocktail party on Saturday, May 18, to raise money for the university’s John Fryer Fund for Diversity and Inclusion.
Transylvania University students were recognized for their artistic achievements during Friday’s Juried Student Art Exhibition reception in Morlan Gallery.
The New York Times Critic’s pick “217 Boxes of Dr. Henry Anonymous” will be presented at Transylvania May 16 – 19.
Transylvania University next month will host an off-Broadway production highlighting the accomplishments of John E. Fryer, a ’57 graduate.
The Transylvania Singers treble choir will perform an eclectic concert Thursday in the university’s historic Old Morrison Chapel.
Six Transylvania University senior studio art majors will present their thesis works in Morlan Gallery from March 1 to April 10 in an exhibition titled “Half Dozen.”