2021 Season Update

FRI-SAT, FEB 19-MAY 8
FORBES CENTER @ HOME

Forbes Center @ Home

2021 Season Update

FRI-SAT, FEB 19-MAY 8
FORBES CENTER @ HOME


Dear Friends,

While we wait to gather as a community for in-person performances, we are pleased to announce FORBES CENTER @ HOME to share artistic experiences with you online. Upcoming FORBES CENTER @ HOME programming will feature streamed concerts from our School of Music faculty, student performances, shows for young audiences, and talks with leading opera, music and theatre guest artists and faculty. Events are free or offered for a low ticket price. Donations are encouraged and will support student scholarships in the College of Visual and Performing Arts. Visit jmuforbescenter.com for tickets, updates, and information on upcoming events.

Regan Byrne

Executive Director
Forbes Center for the Performing Arts

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Sam Suggs, double bass, and Diane Phoenix-Neal, viola

FORBES CENTER @ HOME

THU, MAR 11
STREAMED FROM THE RECITAL HALL

Suggs Phoenix-Neal

Sam Suggs, double bass, and Diane Phoenix-Neal, viola

FORBES CENTER @ HOME

THU, MAR 11
STREAMED FROM THE RECITAL HALL


JMU faculty members Sam Suggs and Diane Phoenix-Neal perform a combined concert featuring a premiere of Suggs’ own arrangement of Variations by Samuel Coleridge-Taylor. Suggs will be joined by pianist David Berry, director of music at Eastern Mennonite University. This event is free. Donations are encouraged and will support student scholarships in the College of Visual and Performing Arts. Event livestreamed on March 11, 2021, at 8 pm. Available for on-demand viewing through March 18, 2021. More



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