Dates have been updated on this event. The Samford Dance Company, in collaboration with Sanspointe, Birmingham’s esteemed professional contemporary dance company, presents a tale of flight, freedom, and following your heart in an evening filled with dance, music, and art. This is part of the Michael J. and Mary Anne Freeman Theatre and Dance Series.
Join Samford Arts faculty and students to learn more about our music programs. Ask questions, gain valuable admission tips, and see if Samford School of the Arts might be the right for you. Registration will go live Feb. 21.
Join the Division of Music as we honor students and enjoy performances by a variety of students. This event can be viewed via Livestream. In person attendees will be limited to Samford community.
The Samford A Cappella Choir will share recordings from Vespers throughout the spring semester. Their first release will be Feb. 20.
Part of the new Diversity Series, this concert will explore solo piano and solo vocal works influenced by a diverse range of cultures, including Korean, Jewish, African-American, Indian, Chinese, and Latin American. Featured artists include Samford faculty members Jason Terry and Angela Yoon.
Samford's theatre for youth program will present the story of Tinker Bell.
Join Samford Arts faculty and students to learn more about our Art and Design programs. Ask questions, gain valuable admission tips, and see if Samford School of the Arts might be the right for you. Registration opens Feb. 28.
Meet faculty and students in the Department of Theatre and Dance. Learn about our admission and audition process. Take part in helpful Q and A about our programs. Registration opens March 7.
Join Samford's Worship Arts Ensemble (WAE) for an evening of worship.
Save the Date for the Big Give!
Student chamber ensembles will share a variety of works.
Join the Samford Jazz Band for a fun evening of jazz favorites.
Enjoy an evening of music with Joe Hopkins, Chelsea Nicholson and friends. Part of the Mary Louise Hodges Faculty Series.
Samford students will present the musical version of Little Women. This event is part of the Michael J. and Mary Anne Freeman Theatre and Dance Series. Audience will be limited to the Samford community. Check back to this page for additional viewing options.
Samford University's Alumni Association invites all Class of 2020 graduates back to campus for an acknowledgement ceremony, recognizing their obtained degree. A reception on the Quad will take place following the ceremony.
Samford University will award bachelor’s, master's and doctoral degrees to graduates of Howard College of Arts and Sciences, Brock School of Business, Orlean Beeson School of Education and School of the Arts.