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Performances, openings headline week for DFPA

The week of March 11 is a busy one for Loyola’s Department of Fine and Performing Arts. Throughout the week they’ll offer a variety of performances and openings that everyone is encouraged to attend. See below for details.

Delia Surratt Concert
Lecture – March 13 (4-5:30 p.m.); Concert – March 14  (7:30-9 p.m.)
Mundelein Center Music Hall

Vocal technique professor of the John Felice Rome Center and acclaimed vocal artist, Delia Surratt, offers this free lecture, “Unleashed Emotion: Opera’s Transformation of Sacred Music,” and free concert.

Ponder Food as Love
March 14 to April 13; Reception: March 14 from 5–6:30 p.m.
Ralph Arnold Fine Arts Annex

Photographic collaborators Barbara Ciurej and Lindsay Lochman invite you to Ponder Food as Love. Explore the delicate and compelling nature of nurturing. Each image is a glimpse into the cycles of sustenance and the pursuit of transcendence. Offerings are presented with tenderness and abandon as the body dissolves into landscape, theater, serving plate, altar, banquet and booty, and the line between serving and self-blurs. Admission is free.

Water of Life
March 17 at 3 p.m.
Madonna della Strada Chapel

Student music ensembles accompany dance majors in a performance that celebrates the role of water in our lives. Feature collaborations include the Schola Cantorum, Chamber Choir, University Chorale, and the Women’s Chorus. Book your seats today for this free event at LUC.tix.com.

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