For the fourth year in a row, Fairmont State University embarked on its annual Falcon Day of Giving on Thursday, October 27. During this 24-hour fundraising marathon, 891 alumni and friends joined together to raise more than $375,000 supporting 44 colleges and programs throughout campus. During this year’s Day of Giving, donors provided nearly $109,000 for scholarships, and $174,000 for athletic programs.
Fairmont State University Performing and Community Arts presents Doing What We Do Best on Wednesday, October 26. Doing What We Do Best is a free, one-night-only concert kick-off to the Falcon Day of Giving. The concert features showstopping performances from all areas of Fairmont State's Community Arts program.
Fairmont State University Performing and Community Arts has announced the return of the Fairmont State Community Choir.
The Fairmont State Community Choir, directed by John Morrison, is currently seeking new members, with rehearsals to begin on Tuesday, September 13. Rehearsals will continue each Tuesday from 7 - 8:30 p.m. in Wallman Hall Room 229 from September 13 - November 8.
Fairmont State University’s Performing and Community Arts program has announced its fall 2022 performance schedule. In addition to the five large-scale performances, children and adults can join in and explore the performing and visual arts this fall through various community opportunities.
Fairmont State University’s Community Arts will host the newly established Black Diamond Philharmonic (BDP) for its premiere performance on Friday, April 8 at 7:30 p.m. in the Wallman Hall Theatre. BDP is a non-profit organization that employs local musicians to provide musical events of the highest quality, and the only professional orchestra in the greater Morgantown area.
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