DSU Discount tickets to THE ILLUSIONISTS- LIVE FROM BROADWAY!

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The Bologna Performing Arts Center presents the world’s bestselling magic show “THE ILLUSIONISTS – LIVE FROM BROADWAY” on Thursday, March 30 at 7:30 p.m.

DSU faculty and staff receive 10% off ticket prices, up to four tickets each, with a valid OKRA ID at the BPAC Ticket Office. DSU students receive up to 20% off ticket prices, limit one ticket per student, with a valid OKRA ID at the BPAC Ticket Office.

Don’t miss what The New York Times has called “A High-tech Magic Extravaganza!”


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Hip Hop Activism events set for April 11

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Hip Hop Activism: The Intersection of Music and Social Justice with Marco Pavé and Alfred Banks

A panel discussion will begin at noon on April 11 at the Baoni Conference Center in Broom Hall. Scott Barretta from the International Delta Blues Project will moderate the panel featuring Marco Pavé and Alfred Banks. The discussion will center on the intersections of music, social justice and activism, as well as discussing music entrepreneurship, the creative economy and regional musical influences. Lunch will be provided for attendees.

A concert is set for 4 p.m. in the First Floor Lobby of the H.L. Nowell Student Union. Pavé and Banks will perform a casual, lounge-style concert. Refreshments will be available. This interactive event is an opportunity to hear the duo perform, as well aa ask questions about their music, influences and activism.

All DSU students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to attend. These events are free and open to the public. For more information, contact Michelle Johansen at mjohansen@deltastate.edu

Honors Recital April 3

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Eight DSU music majors will perform in the annual Department of Music Honors Recital on April 3 at 7:30 p.m. in the Bologna Performing Arts Center Theater. These students were selected for participation based on a performance audition and by meeting GPA requirements. The recital is free and open to the public.

Students performers are Gracie Wilbanks, Jr. from Corinth, BA Voice; Michael Sparks, Sr. from Cleveland, BM Euphonium Performance; Sung-Eun Rye, Frosh from Hwaseong, South Korea, BM Piano Performance; Dakota Young, Soph. from Grenada, BME Saxophone; Andrew Ladd, Jr. from Brandon, BME Trumpet; Melissa Joy Britton, Sr. from Olive Branch, BM Vocal Performance; Basia Thomas, Sr. from Memphis, Tenn., BM Piano Performance; Young-Hye Min, Frosh. Ulsan, South Korea, BM Piano Performance.