Summit University of Pennsylvania, Keystone College to participate in Scranton Thinks symposium


For Abington Journal



CLARKS SUMMIT — Scranton Tomorrow is leading a collaboration of organizations and individuals dedicated to planning events to commemorate the city of Scranton’s 150th anniversary. The eight colleges and universities throughout Lackawanna County will be featured in a symposium series titled “Scranton Thinks.”

Summit University’s department of music will present their spring performance “With a Voice of Singing” at 7:30 p.m. April 16 at Murphy Memorial Library. The evening will include lively and reflective choral music featuring works from Romantic and Renaissance periods, English choral music, a cappella early American and light jazz.

Tickets may be purchased for $8 each by calling the box office at 570-585-9000.

Keystone College’s Jazz Ensemble will perform their Spring Concert at 7 p.m. April 17 in The Theatre at Brooks. The concert will feature charts by jazz greats Charles Mingus, Nat Adderly, Miles Davis, and other great jazz artists and composers.

Admission is free and open to the public.

“Scranton Thinks” symposium series also includes Penn State Worthington Scranton, Johnson College, The University of Scranton, Marywood University, The Commonwealth Medical College and Lackawanna College.

For more details on the symposium series and the 150th anniversary celebration events visit scrantontomorrow.org or call 570-963-1575.

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Information provided by Scranton Tomorrow.

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