The Fairmont State University Community Arts will present the 2022 Song of Hope on Friday, March 11 at 7:30 p.m. The performance will take place in-person in the Wallman Hall Theatre, with all proceeds benefitting the Tygart Valley United Way.
“We are very much looking forward to the 2022 Song of Hope live performance on campus,” said Fairmont State University President, Mirta M. Martin. “I encourage all to join us for an evening of beautiful entertainment and community fellowship, while supporting the Tygart Valley United Way to address the critical needs within our communities.”
The evening of entertainment will feature performances provided by talented musicians from across the region, some of which include Fairmont State University faculty and students, the Fairmont State Wind Ensemble and Collegiate Singers Choir, Academy for the Arts students, Town and Gown Theatre performers, among several others.
“We are thrilled to partner once again with the Tygart Valley United Way for the second Song of Hope concert,” said Fairmont State University Director of Performing Arts Outreach & Development, Leigh Anne Riley. “The Tygart Valley United Way provides critical needs for our communities, and this is our way to give back. We hope this concert brings joy and light to our community with this in-person event.”
In addition, The Big Sass annual portfolio review will be available for viewing on the evening of the performance in the J.D. Brooks Gallery in Wallman Hall, featuring artwork submitted by studio art and art education students.
Tickets are available for purchase for $15 at www.tvuw.us/tickets. Tickets will also be available at the door for purchase where credit and debit cards, cash and checks will be accepted as forms of payment.
“We are proud to partner with our friends at Fairmont State University’s Community Arts Program for the second year of Song of Hope,” said Tygart Valley United Way CEO, Brett White. “Every dollar raised will be put right to work in our local community to support our work in education, health and financial stability.”