Fine Arts

Jazz Concert w/the Green Chemistry Project & John D'Earth & Company

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Fine Arts
316-295-5677

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Sebits Auditorium
Riney Fine Arts Center

$15 adults, $10 seniors/students
Trumpeter John D’Earth and saxophonist Jeff Decker, from the University of Virginia, will bring John’s suite for big band titled the “Green Chemistry Project” to Friends University. A pre-concert talk on the Green Chemistry movement will set the tone for this great night of jazz with Friends University’s Jazz Ensemble I.

Pilgrim's Progress

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Fine Arts
316-295-5677

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Alumni Auditorium
Davis Administration Building

$8 adults, $5 seniors/students
A new comic adaptation by Patrick Dorn of the poignant 17th century classic, originally penned by John Bunyan. Told through a provoking dream with humor and conviction, many of the iconic characters and settings appear in this contemporary allegory. Come follow the story of a passionate traveler in his flight from destruction to find the promised land. First presented by Denver’s “The Troupe” in 2008, this Kansas premiere is shared by ACTS of FAITH in celebration of their 15th anniversary of outreach to our regional community.

Pilgrim's Progress

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Contact: 

Fine Arts
316-295-5677

Location: 

Alumni Auditorium
Davis Administration Building

$8 adults, $5 seniors/students
A new comic adaptation by Patrick Dorn of the poignant 17th century classic, originally penned by John Bunyan. Told through a provoking dream with humor and conviction, many of the iconic characters and settings appear in this contemporary allegory. Come follow the story of a passionate traveler in his flight from destruction to find the promised land. First presented by Denver’s “The Troupe” in 2008, this Kansas premiere is shared by ACTS of FAITH in celebration of their 15th anniversary of outreach to our regional community.

Pilgrim's Progress

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Contact: 

Fine Arts
316-295-5677

Location: 

Alumni Auditorium
Davis Administration Building

$8 adults, $5 seniors/students
A new comic adaptation by Patrick Dorn of the poignant 17th century classic, originally penned by John Bunyan. Told through a provoking dream with humor and conviction, many of the iconic characters and settings appear in this contemporary allegory. Come follow the story of a passionate traveler in his flight from destruction to find the promised land. First presented by Denver’s “The Troupe” in 2008, this Kansas premiere is shared by ACTS of FAITH in celebration of their 15th anniversary of outreach to our regional community.

Pilgrim's Progress

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Contact: 

Fine Arts
316-295-5677

Location: 

Alumni Auditorium
Davis Administration Building

$8 adults, $5 seniors/students
A new comic adaptation by Patrick Dorn of the poignant 17th century classic, originally penned by John Bunyan. Told through a provoking dream with humor and conviction, many of the iconic characters and settings appear in this contemporary allegory. Come follow the story of a passionate traveler in his flight from destruction to find the promised land. First presented by Denver’s “The Troupe” in 2008, this Kansas premiere is shared by ACTS of FAITH in celebration of their 15th anniversary of outreach to our regional community.

Chamber Orchestra & Brass Ensembles Concert

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Fine Arts
316-295-5677

Location: 

Sebits Auditorium
Riney Fine Arts Center

Free

Friends University Community Orchestra Concert w/Choirs

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Fine Arts
316-295-5677

Location: 

Sebits Auditorium
Riney Fine Arts Center

$10 adults, $8 seniors/students
America’s rich musical traditions flow from a variety of sources, including folk songs, spirituals, hymns and symphonic music. Come and explore a bit of our nation’s musical heritage as the orchestra joins forces with the 200-voice Friends University Choral Union in a concert entitled, “Made in the U.S.A.”

Faculty Brass Quintet Concert

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Fine Arts
316-295-5677

Location: 

Sebits Auditorium
Riney Fine Arts Center

Free

Singing Quakers Alumni Choir Concert

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Fine Arts
316-295-5677

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Eastminster Presbyterian Church
1958 N. Webb Rd., Wichita, KS

$12 adults, $10 seniors/students
From classics and spirituals to hymns and folk songs, the Singing Quakers Alumni Choir presents “A Concert of American Music” directed by Dr. Cecil J. Riney and featuring guest conductor Dr. Kevin Fenton (G’84), Professor of Choral Conducting and Ensembles at Florida State University.

Jazz Vocal Ensemble & Jazz Ensemble II Concert

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Fine Arts
316-295-5677

Location: 

Sebits Auditorium
Riney Fine Arts Center

$8 adults, $5 seniors/students
Craig Curry leads the Jazz Vocal Ensemble and Lisa Hittle directs the Jazz Ensemble II in this concert highlighting both vocal and instrumental jazz classics.