Experience the arts at Cabrini College! From performances by renowned musicians and the Cabrini Chorus to art exhibitions and student theatre productions, Cabrini prides itself in being an integral part of the arts in the local community.
Friends, neighbors, faculty, staff, students, alumni, and families are welcome to attend many complimentary arts events that Cabrini offers each year.
Admission is free.
The Cabrini College Fine Arts Department sponsors art exhibitions and concerts.
Events subject to change
Jan. 22 – March 13, 2015
Micah Danges: “Front/Back”
Philadelphia artist Micah Danges explores an area between image‑making and sculpture.
In “Front/Back,” the medium of photography is a platform for Danges’ organization, where he deconstructs, shifts and edits, then rebuilds new compositions that address formal concerns of color, texture, and material. These new arrangements, however photographic, speak about an interest in other mediums, such as collage and sculpture and how they intersect.
Danges earned a BFA from Kutztown University and held a residency at the Vermont Studio Center in 2012.
His recent solo exhibitions include Fleisher Art Memorial and Vox Populi, and recent group exhibitions include Woodmere Museum, Institute of Contemporary Art, and Tate Modern (London).
For information, call 610-902-8381.
Sunday, March 15, 2015at 3 p.m. in the Mansion
An Afternoon of Song, featuring Resident Artists from the Academy of Vocal Arts
Enjoy an afternoon concert of classical and near-classical repertoire by four young professional singers from the Academy of Vocal Arts in Philadelphia.
The program will include selections from opera, lieder, classical Broadway, and operetta, under the musical direction of Michele Scanlon.
AVA is a renowned post-graduate program for opera singers from around the world and is completely tuition free. Many of the singers have gone on to sing in the most important opera houses and concert stages in the world.
Cabrini College Theatre Presents ‘Lucky Stiff’
A murder mystery musical comedy by Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty (Once on this Island, Ragtime, Seussical, Rocky)
Tickets are free. Call 610-902-8328.
For more information about the Cabrini College student theatre, visit www.cabrini.edu/Theatre.
Photo by Melanie HattonSunday, April 19, 2015 at 3 p.m. in the Mansion
Photo by Melanie Hatton
Fire Pink Trio: “Poetry in Motion” CD-Release Celebration
Celebrate with the Fire Pink Trio as they perform selections from their newly released CD, “Poetry in Motion.”
Formed in 2008 by flutist Debra Reuter-Pivetta, violist Sheila Browne, and harpist Jacquelyn Bartlett, the Fire Pink Trio has received high acclaim from critics, composers and audience members alike.
The program features the spirituals- and blues-influenced sounds of Locklair, the beloved sensuality of the Debussy Trio, a folkloric suite by Morena Buendia, and a colorful depiction of traffic in Rome called the Doppler Effect.
April 15 – Aug. 1, 2015
Senior Graphic Design Exhibition
The annual exhibition marks the culmination of a graphic design student’s career at Cabrini College.
For more information about graphic design at Cabrini, visit www.cabrini.edu/GraphicDesign.
Sunday, May 3, 2015at 3 p.m. in the Mansion
Spring Choral Concert
Cabrini’s student chorus, under the direction of Helene Furlong, will perform a number of springtime selections.
Are you interested in the arts at Cabrini College? Learn more about gallery exhibitions, performances, and other arts events on campus.
Friends of Cabrini Arts is a group that recognizes art as a significant aspect of Cabrini students’ college experience and advocates for resources to enhance the arts at the College.
Those who contribute financial support, expertise, or time toward the arts at Cabrini will become a member of Friends of Cabrini Arts.