The inaugural Claudette Sorel Piano Competition, an event designed to celebrate the creativity and excellence of young pianists, will be held by the School of Music in February 2017. Named in honor of the late SUNY Distinguished Professor and Fredonia Professor Emeritus Claudette Sorel, the competition is generously supported by the Sorel Organization and offers a $2,500 cash first prize and $1,500 in additional prize money. Read More.
De-Stress for Success, a series of activities and study aids, is sponsored by the Student Counseling Center, Reed Library, Student Affairs, Student Health Center, Residence Life, Campus Life and Spectrum. Dance, meet furry friends, eat healthy, relax or craft for a study break. Quiet study areas are also established in Reed Library and the Williams Center, and the popular Exam Study Break is slated for Dec. 13. Read More.
On Wednesday, Dec. 7, the Annual Pottery Show and Sale will be held in the Multipurpose Room of the Williams Center from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. to benefit the University Police Criminal Justice Scholarship Fund. The fund was established through the Fredonia College Foundation by University Police Lieutenant Clifton Wheeler, who recognized a need for more scholarship opportunities for Criminal Justice majors. Read More.
“Poinsettia Pops” will be presented on Thursday, Dec. 8 at 7:30 p.m. in King Concert Hall as part of the DFT Communications Series. The Highland Divas, a trio based in New York City, will bring their Celtic vocal stylings to some all-time Christmas classics. Also featured will be the Western New York Chamber Orchestra. Read More.