DFPA Featured in Loyola Weekend of Excellence
Join us in celebrating the 7th Annual Weekend of Excellence at Loyola. This year's schedule includes the Honors Recital, as well as a performance by the University Choirs and Symphony Orchestra. This concert, entitled Classical Giants: Music of Mozart and Haydn, features Music Major James Fritz, playing the first movement of Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 20.
In addition to these events, Loyola student Laura Prieto will make a poster presentation on the subject of her arts-based research project “All: The Virtual Dance Ensemble and Artists with Parkinson’s Project." The project challenges the notion of “disability as spectacle” through dance.
For a full schedule of the weekend's events, click here.
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