Art, Music, & Theatre Box Office
Box Office Welcome
Dear Armstrong Arts Patrons:
Welcome to an exciting new year at Armstrong AMT. This Fall, as part of our teaching-centered mission we are proud to pull-back the curtain with free-and-open-to-the-public masterclasses in jazz (New York City jazz group Tricycle led by Savannah saxophonist Jody Espina) and voice (soprano, Alanna Keenan, D.M.A.) as part of our exciting event calendar.
Joining Mr. Espina and Dr. Keenan on our roster of campus guests, we welcome renowned choral conductor/composer Vijay Singh all the way from Central Washington University to lead our Southeastern Choral Arts Festival, and we invite you to meet our newest music faculty member, Benjamin Warsaw, D.M.A., for an October solo piano recital of music by George Gershwin and some of his own original compositions.
Internationally speaking our art gallery features Un Tejido de Nuestras Culturas: Art and Community in Argentina in September. Inspired by a life-changing Summer study-abroad visit to Argentina, this exhibition puts on view Armstrong student and faculty artwork alongside our Argentinean host artists’ work.
It’s always a bright Sunday morning over in Jenkins Hall particularly in November when our Masquers theatre troupe presents Amen Corner, the rousing, powerful and emotional musical play of faith and redemption.
These events and many, many more await you here at Armstrong AMT. We couldn’t do it alone, though, so we offer thanks for the generous financial support of Armstrong’s Student Government Association for making it possible to have such cultural jewels on our campus.
Your support helps us to do even more. So please take a moment to consider assisting us by contributing to an Armstrong arts scholarship fund. Visit our website or contact me for details
Armstrong AMT: Treasured Arts. Creative Vision. Visit us and be inspired.