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USAO Music Seniors Offer Recitals Through March

 
 

CHICKASHA – Six music seniors are taking a final bow with student recitals throughout March at the University of Science and Arts. Each recital showcases the students’ musical abilities, whether in voice, instrument or both. All recitals are free and open to the public.

Sister Duets Feature UCO Faculty at USAO March 6


 

CHICKASHA – Two sopranos from the University of Central Oklahoma are sharing the spotlight for a free recital at the University of Science and Arts on March 6. At 7:30 p.m., the UCO faculty members will sing sister duets from classical music masters such as Puccini, Mozart, Gounod and others in the USAO Alumni Chapel.

High School Students Navigate Through Silent ‘Deaf, Deaf World’ at USAO


 

CHICKASHA – It’s easy to take for granted the sounds of another voice, the wind, even breathing itself. But local high school students experienced life without sound March 1 at the University of Science and Arts as part of Deaf, Deaf World, a program designed to simulate the everyday challenges faced by deaf persons.

Roman History Professor Speaks at USAO March 7


 

CHICKASHA – When in Rome, Dr. Daniel Gargola may know how to do what the Romans do – or at least what the ancient ones did. The history professor from the University of Kentucky will give a special presentation March 7 at the University of Science and Arts at 2:30 p.m.

‘Orange Flower Water’ Flows Onto USAO Stage March 2


 

CHICKASHA – The 17th Street Players are taking a scandalous look at infidelity and life behind bedroom doors when they present a reader’s theatre performance of “Orange Flower Water” at the University of Science and Arts. The University’s drama club is staging the show March 2 in the Davis Hall Little Theatre at 8 p.m.

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