Arts Appreciation Day at Santa Clara University

Thursday, Feb 27, 2014  |  Updated 12:02 PM PDT
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Arts Appreciation Day at Santa Clara University

In celebration of the performing arts at Santa Clara University, patrons on campus and from around the Bay can see at least two complimentary events from SCU Presents. The series of events will feature two musical concerts and a staged production.

The day kicks off with "She Moved Through the Fair," a Tenor and Harp performance featuring Santa Clara University faculty member Karen Kirk. It will be followed by a performance from the Santa Clara University Wind Symphony & Jazz Band. The evening will conclude with a showing of Aaron Loeb's "First Person Shooter," an exciting thriller that looks into the national debate on the link between school violence and violent video games.

All events are free, but due to limited space the last two events are ticketed and require a spot reserved in advanced.

When: March 5, 2014

Where: Santa Clara Univeristy

Time: "She Moved Through The Fair" 12:00 PM

           SCU Wind Symphony & Jazz Band 7:30 PM

          "First Person Shooter" 8:00 PM

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