Sequoyah Institute showcases Cirque Zuma Zuma

Published 2/17/18

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Jalen Porter, TNE Writer

The Sequoyah Institute is showcasing several events during the spring semester. This month the Sequoyah Institute will provide an event with a different scenery called Cirque Zuma Zuma. The event is part of the institute’s performing arts series. Members of the NSU Drama Department and the Sequoyah Institute are working together to bring the performance to NSU.

Jazz Lab presents trumpet artist David Amlung

Published 2/5/18

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Jalen Porter, TNE Writer

The NSU Department of Music presents performances for students and the community. For the spring semester the department has various performers who will have recitals for students such as the flute, piano and voice recitals. On Feb. 25 the Jazz Lab will present trumpet connoisseur David Amlung. 

United States Air Force quartet prepares to perform and inspire

Published 1/30/18

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Tori Dodson, TNE Writer

Mission Winds, a clarinet quartet from the United States Air Force Band of the West, is traveling to NSU to perform for students and the community. The band is devoted to honoring all Airmen and supporting music education throughout the southern region of the U.S.

Visiting group of actors teach students the art of foley

Published 12/5/17

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Marissa Mitchell, TNE Writer

This past week, the Sequoyah Institute presented the holiday classic “It’s a Wonderful Life: Live from WVL Radio.” The show is the retelling of the age-old story through a cast of four 1940s radio actors who have been abandoned in the WVL radio station with a full, live audience in the middle of a blizzard. The actors use the foley arts and take on almost 15 different roles a piece to tell the story of George Bailey to the live audience, as well as the fictional radio listeners.


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