Event Time and Date

Monday, April 17 2017, 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM

This unique musical evening features reflections on World War I. The Great War affected the lives of many individuals, from classical composers and poets to the singers of music hall ballads.

Prominent on the program will be works of Denis Browne (died at Gallipolli in 1915) and Ivor Gurney (shell shock, never recovered), alongside the U.S. premiere of modern composer Ian Venables' "Through These Pale Cold Days."




Admission FREE

You can find more information about the performance here.

A Keystone Happening is an experience that highlights one or two of the Aspirations for Student Learning. A vital component of a student's Keystone Experience, Happenings intentionally provide opportunities provide opportunities for learning and reflection. Keystone Happenings can range from service opportunities to lecture series, with a variety of topics to accommodate all students.






For events in the Squires Student Center,  Burruss Auditorium, Theatre 101, and off-campus venues, tickets may be purchased:

  • At the Student Centers and Activities Ticket Office on the first floor of Squires Student Center
  • Online
  • By phone (540) 231-5615 

Please note: tickets will also be available at the box office or at the door one hour prior to the performance.

For School of Performing Arts events at the Moss Arts Center, tickets may be purchased:

  • By phone (540) 231-5300
  • Online

Advance ticket purchases are encouraged to avoid waiting in-line at the box office. Tickets will also be available at the box office one hour prior to the performance.

For free ticketed events, please check the event listing on our calendar for ticket details.

To reach our box office on performance days, please call 540-808-6504. Our box office opens one hour prior to performance time.

Recital Hall, Squires

290 College Ave
Event Categories:

Curiosity, Keystone