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Arts & Culture

The Bald Soprano
Student-directed play

Black Box Theatre

The Bald Soprano by Eugene Ionesco will be directed by student Grace Phenicie.

Homecoming Student Showcase
Cal Lutheran Student Ensembles

Samuelson Chapel

Music Department students will celebrate Homecoming weekend with an eclectic array of solo and chamber performances featuring the university’s most talented musicians.

In-Person Artists’ Reception for Escapism: Senior Art Exhibit 2021

William Rolland Gallery of Fine Art

Cal Lutheran presents the artists’ reception of Escapism, a collection of artwork from the Visual Arts Department’s senior class of 2021.

Homecoming Concert
Cal Lutheran Choral Ensembles

Samuelson Chapel

The Cal Lutheran Choir and Women’s Chorale will open the season with one of their hallmark concerts featuring a program of exciting and innovative contemporary choral music.

Dia de los Muertos social justice altars

Student Union

Dia de los Muertos altars crafted by various student clubs and organizations with a social justice spin.

Founders Day Convocation 2021

Samuelson Chapel

Each fall the university community gathers to celebrate the timely mission of the university and marks the occasion with a festive convocation.

CANCELED: Faculty Recital
Dana Rouse, mezzo-soprano

Samuelson Chapel

Dana Rouse and friends present “An Evening of Chamber Music.”

The Beginnings of the British Invasion: Skiffle Music & The Bee Gees
FABulous Fall Lecture Series

Zoom PDT

The craze for skiffle music in Britain lasted for only two years, from 1956 to 1958, but this invigorating blend of American folk, jazz and blues set the stage for the British Invasion of the 1960s.

Franzen Organ Recital
Jaebon Hwang

Samuelson Chapel

Featuring Jaebon Hwang, organist and interim director of music ministries at First United Methodist Church of San Diego.

The Mongols in World History
FABulous Fall Lecture Series

Hybrid: Lundring Events Center & online via Zoom

This lecture will explore how and why the Mongol armies were able to conquer or profoundly affect all the civilizations of Eurasia, from China and Japan to the Middle East and Europe, and their impact on subsequent world history.

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