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Inside look at the MSU Concert Orchestra!

By Kristin Pagels As we look toward welcoming the Moscow State Symphony Orchestra to Wharton Center on November 7, we talked to some local musicians on campus about their process. There are over 50,000 students on MSU’s campus.  For some,

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In The Hot Seat! With Narek Hakhnazaryan

By Kristin Pagels Wharton Center will present one of the world’s top music ensembles—the Moscow State Symphony Orchestra—on November 7th! The featured soloist on this performance is award-winning cello phenomenon Narek Hakhnazaryan, and we were lucky enough to ask him

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Inside imaGen: We Foxes

By Kendall Buzzelli ĭmáGen, a partnership through Wharton Center and MSU’s Department of Theatre, brings another new concert reading for the fourth year straight this weekend. We Foxes, a new musical by Ryan Scott Oliver, tells the story of Willa –

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Posted in At Wharton Center, Theatre, Wharton Center News

Reflecting on Family

By Madison Stapels Fun Home, based on Alison Bechdel’s best-selling graphic  memoir, introduces us to Alison at three different stages as she explores and sheds light on the mysteries of her childhood, and how our families shape who we become.  “One of the

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INTERNS REACT: THE HOT SARDINES

The weather is slowly warming up, but at Wharton Center we’re making things HOT this week with The Hot Sardines! We gathered our student interns again for the third installment of Interns React: The Hot Sardines.

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Posted in At Wharton Center, Jazz, Wharton Center News

Five Travel Blogs You Need to Follow

By Kendall Buzzelli With 17 Border Crossings  just around the corner – on Wharton Center’s Pasant Theatre stage on March 26 – I wanted to take a look at some neat travel blogs. If you have the slightest interest in traveling, be sure

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Five Lessons From Laura Ingalls Wilder That Are Relevant Today

By Jamie Brewer The Little House on the Prairie book series by Laura Ingalls Wilder tells the poignant tales of the Ingalls family’s adventure across the prairie. Through disease, major crop loss, blizzards and a tornado, the Ingalls family travels

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