LA MIRADA, CALIF. — Biola University’s year-long Celebration of Arts and Media, a series of events, symposiums and performances meant to honor the arts on campus, is in full swing. The university has gone to great lengths to create a valuable space where students can showcase their performing arts skills. After having to postpone and cancel many productions and recitals due to the pandemic, students are able to experience performing for a live audience on stage at last.
Biola’s School of Fine Arts and Communications Conservatory of Music, which holds Biola’s music and theater programs, is excited to showcase student talent. Faculty, students and the general public are invited to enjoy the following performances on campus:
Biola Theatre 21 Events:
Eurydice: April 1,2, 7–9 (7:30–9:30 p.m.), April 3,10 (2:30–4:30 p.m.). A twist on the myth of Orpheus. Parental discretion is advised.
Jazz Ensemble Concert: April 1 (7:30–9 p.m.). Students will showcase an array of jazz favorites.
Annual POPS Concert: April 23 (7:30–9 p.m.). An experience put together by students to introduce an exciting night of music.
Major Works Concert: April 29,30 (7:30–9 p.m.). A two-night event showcasing the talents of those in the Conservatory of Music.
Cost and admission may vary depending on the event. Additional information on upcoming events can be found on Biola’s Events calendar.
For more information or if media is interested in coming to one of the events, please email email@example.com or contact Sarah Dougher, media relations coordinator, at (562) 906-4524.
Biola University is a leading Christ-centered university in Southern California that offers a premier, nationally ranked education and has been named one of the nation's “up and coming” universities by U.S. News & World Report four times in five years. Founded in 1908, Biola is committed to the mission of biblically centered education, scholarship and service — equipping men and women in mind and character to impact the world for the Lord Jesus Christ. With more than 6,300 students at its Los Angeles-area campus and around the world, the university offers more than 150 academic programs through its nine schools, ranging from the B.A. to the Ph.D. For more information, visit www.biola.edu.
Written by Dalet Valles, University Communications Copywriter Intern.