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Dr. Danielle Cumming, Julian Walter-Nußberger and Martin Friese Salisbury University’s Feature Fridays downtown Salisbury lecture and performance series continues Friday, April 28 with guitarist and Salisbury University Department of Music faculty Dr. Danielle Cumming with Visiting Artists in Residence Martin Friese and Julian Walter-Nußberger.

All presentations in the series are held at The Brick Room, 116 N. Division St. The evening begins with a networking session at 5:30 p.m. followed by a performance by the classical guitar trio from 6-7 p.m. read more...


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Girls Innovation Academy
  • Summer Program for Middle School Girls
    Leadership & Communication
    Innovation & Technology
    Sustainability & Civic Engagement

    Girls Innovation Academy at SU is for girls entering sixth, seventh or eighth grade in Fall 2017. Participants learn age-appropriate computer coding, web design, media tools and communication software to empower participants to solve problems and expand their technology skills. GIA enhances young women’s competence and confidence through engaging, applied projects on real community issues. Plus, it’s fun! For more information and to register click here!


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Discover SU
  • Arboretum Tour
    May 18
    2 PM
    Salisbury University, 1101 Camden Ave.

    The 145-acre campus of Salisbury University is a place for the scientific study and public display of various woody and herbaceous plants. The University began its collection of plants in 1985; in 1988, the American Association of Botanical Gardens and Arboreta granted the University arboretum status. The arboretum’s mission calls for the collection and display of plants for the purpose of “providing an attractive landscape setting, conducive to learning, which demonstrates the diversity of the plant kingdom.” In keeping with this mission, the campus features over 2,000 species and is strong in many collections of magnolia, rhododendron, viburnum, linden, elm, roses, wisteria, bald cypress, dogwoods, crape myrtles, oaks and Japanese maples. The arboretum’s gardens and areas of special interest include: the Pergola, the Perdue School Courtyard, Holloway Hall Courtyard, Fulton Hall Gardens, the Bellavance Honors Center Japanese Garden and the Miller Alumni Garden. 

    Senior Horticulturist William Lowery will conduct this tour of campus, highlighting the plants, design and art that make this campus special. The tour is free, but RSVPs are appreciated.


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ESVA Bus Tour
  • Tour the Eastern Shore of VA
    May 4, 2017

    Join us on a bus trip to tour historic homes and gardens of the Eastern Shore Virginia, illustrating the history of the settling of the area and detailing how time has brought about changes to the landscape and the culture.

    We'll visit Ker Place, Eyre Hall, Pear Valley and the Barrier Island Center, and enjoy lunch in Cape Charles. Click here for more information and to register!


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Feature Fridays

Dr. Danielle Cumming, Julian Walter-Nußberger and Martin Friese Salisbury University’s Feature Fridays downtown Salisbury lecture and performance series continues Friday, April 28 with guitarist and Salisbury University Department of Music faculty Dr. Danielle Cumming with Visiting Artists in Residence Martin Friese and Julian Walter-Nußberger.

All presentations in the series are held at The Brick Room, 116 N. Division St. The evening begins with a networking session at 5:30 p.m. followed by a performance by the classical guitar trio from 6-7 p.m.

Classical guitarist Danielle Cumming is a performer and teacher whose performances have been broadcast in the United States and in Canada on national television and radio. She has given recitals, taught master classes and served on international guitar competition juries in North America and Europe.

After a year of study in Spain, Danielle released her solo CD, postcards, a recording of 20th century repertoire with world music influences. She is currently finishing a recording of works she commissioned, to be released on the German label AureaVox.

Julian Walter-Nußberger and Martin Friese comprise the Aachen Guitar Duo. The duo was formed in 2013, when both were students at the esteemed Conservatory in Aachen, Germany (Hochschule für Musik und Tanz). Since then, their performances have earned top prizes at competitions including the International Guitar Festival Gevelsberg.

Sponsored by the Whaley Family Foundation and SU’s Center for Extended and Lifelong Learning (CELL), admission is free and the public is invited (must be 21 to enter). Charges apply for food and drinks.

Upcoming Feature Fridays performances:

  • May 19 – Such Fools featuring Todd Smith, SU webmaster.

Salisbury University 1101 Camden Avenue Salisbury, MD 21801 410-543-6000

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