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SANDRA DUGUID (former assistant director of academic support at Caldwell)
SUSAN L. MILLER (Rutgers, New Brunswick)
ANGELA ALAIMO O’DONNELL (associate director, Curran Ctr for American Catholic Studies, Fordham)
SUSANNA RICH (Emmy nominee; distinguished professor, Kean Univ) JUDITH VALENTE
Co-sponsored by the Caldwell University 75th Anniversary Celebration and the Tower Poets.
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JUDITH VALENTE, poet and correspondent for PBS-TV’s Religion and Ethics Newsweekly, will be speaking on “Contemplation in the Age of Twitter.” Ms. Valente will be on hand following the program to sign copies of her recent book, “Atchison Blue.” A light reception will occur after the event.
This event is a part of the university’s year long 75th Anniversary celebration and is co-sponsored by the Caldwell University Department of English and the Tower Poets. Funding for this program is made possible through the generosity of the Sister Elizabeth Michael Boyle Poetry Fund.
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The talented young singers of GSO perform Puccini’s first opera, Le Villi in Italian and Mozart’s comedy Der Schauspieldirektor in German with English supertitles and English dialogues.
The production is accompanied by full orchestra with the Caldwell University Chorale as chorus.
This program is made possible in part by funds from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a partner agency of the National Endowment for the Arts and administered by the Essex County Division of Cultural and Historic Affairs.
EastRiver Ensemble is a group of Chinese musicians now living in New York who perform in the traditions of the Dongbei and Hebei regions of north China. Since 2000, EastRiver has performed with an impromptu style, reinventing folk and traditional Chinese music in the idiom of urban America.