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Musicians Showcase

The Musicians Showcase features students taking private lessons through Centre College’s Music Program. This event is presented by Centre College Performing Arts. For more information, contact Victoria Pook: [email protected], 859.238.5424


The Comedy Stylings of Sunny Laprade

Sunny Laprade is a comedian based in New York City. She released her first standup comedy special titled Queer Enough in August of 2022. She is devoted to uplifting the LGBTQIA+ community through her comedy; by shedding light on her experiences as a transwoman in a heterosexist and cissexist society. Content Advisory: The convocation mentions…


Concierto con las Krudas Cubensi

Las Krudas Cubensi, comprising of Odaymar & Oli, are Cuban Queer Nonbinary Artivists Feminist Hip-Hop Pioneers, Worker class Independent Musicians, Justice Fighters standing for black people, trans people, woman, queers, immigrants, intersectional beings. They use their art as a weapon against oppression and to fight for justice. From 1999 until the present, they have been…


Centre Symphony Orchestra

The Centre Symphony Orchestra performs large symphonic repertoire and regularly features guest artists from our region and across the globe.


Centre Choirs in Concert

This performance showcases four choral ensembles: Treble Singers, Tenor-Bass Singers and Centre Singers, and the Centre College Choir, all of which are open to the entire student body.


This Girl Laughs, This Girl Cries, This Girl Does Nothing

This Girl Laughs, This Girl Cries, This Girl Does Nothing by Finegan Kruckemeyer is a wonderfully magical play that contains everything from a lighthouse that transforms into a ship to a woman who reminds an entire city of the joy of music.

$5 – $10

Joint Studio Voice Recital

Centre’s Voice Program presents a recital given by students from the studios of Casey Huggins-Tibbles, Catherine Clarke Nardolillo, and Katherine Olson.


Spring Dance Concert

Centre’s dance students present choreography and dance productions as the culmination of a semester’s work. The performance utilizes student dancers, choreographers, lighting designers, and musicians. The performance is directed by Rebecca Stephenson.

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