The Archivist’s Nook: A Different Aria – Opera, NBC, and CUA
This week’s post is guest authored by Marielle Gage, a CUA graduate student in History. “My, how times have changed!”
Tracy Lynn Olivera
Beautiful article in the Washington Post on the success of marriage and performance. "The married life with 'his' and 'hers' hits"
Congrats to Alumnus Daniel Noone
Congratulations on his postive review in Miami Music Festival's "Crucible” in which he played Judge Danforth: Miami Music Festival reaches the heights with a powerful “Crucible”
Congratulation to our alumni and current students on a fabulous article inCUA Magazine.
CUA in the Washington Post
CUA student Joy-Leilani Garbut and faculty member Jeremy Filsell are featured in this Washington Post article on pipe organs. "From players, pipes and pedals, a celestial song"
On a sunny July morning a group of dancers practiced choreography in a mirrored studio in Ward Hall CUA News article about one of our amazing summer programs.
"High School Students Receive In-Depth Training in Drama and Musical Theatre"
Professor Andrew Simpson announces the launch of the Atlas Silent Film Series. Prof. Simpson is programming classic silent films and providing new piano scores as accompaniment on four dates during the inaugural 2016-17 season. The Atlas Performing Arts Center, celebrating its 10th anniversary, is a vital and important venue for performing arts in Washington, DC. http://www.atlasarts.org/atlas-silent-film-series/