Samford theatre students bring Bertolt Brecht's thrilling play to life. Based on a Chinese parable, Brecht's masterwork explores law and justice in a time of war and turmoil. Make plans to attend. Tickets.samford.edu.
The School of the Arts and Samford Opera will preview the new opera commissioned by Samford, The Ghosts of Gatsby, with composer Evan Mack and librettist Joshua McGuire. This event is part of the Dr. Chandler and Jane Paris Smith Opera Series.
Join School of the Arts for an evening with Kathryn Fouse, associate dean, Division of Music. Fouse maintains an active career as a virtuoso pianist and a professional accompanist.
Join the A Cappella Choir for an inspirational Good Friday service at noon.
The Worship Arts Ensemble (WAE) is an innovative ensemble that reaches well beyond the boundaries of the School of the Arts and Samford. WAE seeks to perform and lead worship in churches and venues across our community, in lower socio-economic areas, and in global mission projects. Please click here to learn more about this newly established ensemble.
The Sozo Children's Choir is an amazing group of Ugandan children sharing their culture and music. Convo credit is available and the concert is free.
The School of the Arts will celebrate the talent of selected students at the annual Music Honors Recital. Reception will follow in Boren Courtyard.
The School of the Arts Jazz Band presents its spring concert, conducted by Grant Dalton.
Join the School of the Arts Wind Ensemble for the spring concert. The concert will include the premiere performance of Nathan Little's original composition "What Heroes Are For." Nathan is the winner of the Samford University's fourth annual Composition Contest. The Wind Ensemble is under the direction of Demondrae Thurman.
The School of the Arts presents a musical theatre blockbuster starring David Phelps whose performance is underwritten by John and Marsha Floyd. The cast includes theatre students, local children and professionals. Based on the story of Genesis, from musical theatre greats Stephen Schwartz and John Caird comes a joyous and inspirational story.