Arts and Culture

Rutgers University Singers to Host Master Class with Rollo Dilworth

Rutgers University Singers to Host Master Class with Rollo Dilworth

The Rutgers­ University Singers will host their second free master class this semester, as Rollo Dilworth, chair of the Department of Music Education and Music Therapy at Temple University, shares his expertise on singing, conducting, and other musical techniques. The class, which is free and open to the general public, will be held at 1:30 […]

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Madrigal Ensemble to Host Concert Featuring Significant 17th-Century Composers

Madrigal Ensemble to Host Concert Featuring Significant 17th-Century Composers

The Rutgers University–Camden Madrigal Ensemble will present a free concert featuring the works of Claudio Monteverdi and other significant 17th-century composers, under the direction of world-renowned soprano Julianne Baird, a distinguished professor of music at Rutgers–Camden. The concert, which is free and open to the general public, will be held at 12:15 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. […]

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Engaging Programming Accompanies “Sounds of Camden” Exhibition

Engaging Programming Accompanies “Sounds of Camden” Exhibition

The Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts will host a series of engaging, free events in the Stedman Gallery, where its critically-acclaimed exhibition, “Sounds of Camden,” currently is on display. “What Good Has Come Out of Camden?” Thursday, Nov. 20 6 p.m. Through sign language, poetry, music, and dance, Camden resident and poet Rocky Wilson explores […]

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Theater Program Presents “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead”

Theater Program Presents “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead”

The Rutgers University–Camden theater program will combine film and acting in a lively, interdisciplinary production of Tom Stoppard’s “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead.”

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Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts Presents “Cinema in Early Camden” Film Series

Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts Presents “Cinema in Early Camden” Film Series

Opening on June 6, 1933, the nation’s first drive-in, the 400-acre Automobile Movie Theatre in Camden, promised “motorists and their guests will see and hear talking pictures while they smoke, talk, or partake of refreshments without annoying others in the audience.” Located at the corner of what is now Admiral Wilson Boulevard and Lee Avenue, […]

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