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Dear Armstrong Arts Patrons:

Welcome to an exciting new year at Armstrong AMT. This Fall we’re particularly thrilled about our Masquers’ main stage theatre productions, our second season of the Piano in the Arts concert series, and Under the Southern Cross: the People and Patterns of Argentina, our student international art exhibition inspired by summer 2014 study-abroad experiences.

  • Masquers: The Mystery of Irma Vep: A Penny Dreadful, Charles Ludlam’s comic parody of Gothic melodramas opens the fall season followed in November by a hilarious contemporary spin on an Aristophanes classic: The Birds: A Modern Adaptation, by Don Zolidis.
  • Piano in Arts Series: We Have Both for a Long Time Been Silent, a guest artist concert featuring soprano Susan Williams, baritone Dean Southern, and pianist Jeffrey Brown opens a 4-concert Piano in the Arts series that includes Armstrong alumnus Eric Jones, piano, in November. Each program highlights the versatility of the piano.
  • Under the Southern Cross: the People and Patterns of Argentina: Students and faculty traveled to Argentina this summer to live and work closely with native artists. The result for us? An amazing exhibition of artwork inspired by the trip.

Our partnerships are boundless. Savannah Winds, Youth Orchestra, Raku Pizza Night… the list goes on. Each event brings us into the community, and our community closer to us.

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 ongoing 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. Please take a moment to consider assisting us by contributing to an Armstrong arts scholarship fund. Visit our website or contact me for details.

Sincerely,
Tom Cato, Ed.D.
Department Head

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