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The Artist Series, which dates back to 1902, brings internationally acclaimed artists and programs to campus for the benefit of students, faculty, staff and members of the surrounding community. The aim of Artist Series performances is to advance intellectual engagement, often through master classes, lectures or content of the artistic presentation.

Call the Box Office at 570-372-ARTS, noon to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday while classes are in session, or 570-372-4354 during semester breaks. To order tickets or become a Friend of the Arts, please complete this form and mail to:

The Artist Series
Susquehanna University
514 University Ave.
Selinsgrove, PA 17870

Oct. 5, 2016, 7:30 p.m.
Weber Chapel Auditorium
Adults, $20; Seniors, $15; non-SU Students, $5

The prince of Denmark returns home from school to find his family life in ruins-his father dead, his mother remarried and his uncle (now stepfather) ruling the country. When his father's ghost appears with dire announcements, Hamlet struggles to redefine his life and find his way forward. This is the first time in 32 years that National Players has produced Shakespeare's most prolific play. Continuing the legacy of America's longest-running touring company, National Players travels to all corners of the country presenting classic plays reimagined in invigorating ways for modern audiences.

Nov. 15, 2016, 7:30 p.m.
Degenstein Center Theater
Adults, $20; Seniors, $15; non-SU Students, $5

ETHEL and Robert Mirabal, Native American musician, instrument builder and three-time Grammy Award winner, present a cross-cultural concert experience. The audience is immersed in a flow of music, narrative and ritual that evokes timeless Native American traditions through contemporary musical artistry. As delivered by these master performers, the effect is breathtaking, even ecstatic. The program is an integral journey in instrumental virtuosity, song and storytelling, created uniquely for this event.

April 27, 2017, 7:30 p.m.
Weber Chapel Auditorium
Adults, $20; Seniors, $15; non-SU Students, $5

Called "the world's reigning male chorus" and "America's favorite choral ensemble" by The New Yorker magazine, the San Francisco-based, Grammy award-winning ensemble Chanticleer is celebrating its 39th season. Named for the "clear-singing" rooster in Geoffrey Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, Chanticleer was founded in 1978 by tenor Louis A. Botto, who sang in the ensemble until 1989 and served as artistic director until his death in 1997. Chanticleer is known around the world as "an orchestra of voices" for the seamless blend of its 12 male voices, ranging from soprano to bass, and its original interpretations of vocal literature, from Renaissance to jazz and popular genres, as well as contemporary composition.