Arts & Culture

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For more than 50 years, Alvernia has been providing a dynamic environment for students and community members to experience arts and cultural events. Whether through student performances, visiting lecturers, featured faculty presentations or guest artists, the arts have been alive at Alvernia!

2014-2015 Alvernia Performing Arts Series

IMG: New Leon BatesGershwin on Broadway with Leon Bates
Friday, February 27, 7:30 p.m.
Francis Hall Theater & Recital Hall

World-renowned pianist Leon Bates, joined by soprano Louise Toppin and baritone Robert Sims graces the stage at Alvernia with the beloved music of one of America's favorite composers, George Gershwin. For Tickets>>

IMG: New Cyrille AimeeBerks Jazz Fest presents Cyrille Aimée
Wednesday, March 18, 7:30 p.m.
Francis Hall Theater & Recital Hall

Hailed by the Wall Street Journal as "astonishingly creative" and "among the most promising jazz singers of our generation," award-winning jazz vocalist Cyrille Aimée dazzles in this 25th Annual Berks Jazz Fest event hosted by Alvernia. For Tickets>>

Lit Fest LogoThe annual Lit Fest is packed with many unique events offered throughout the year, including entertainment, award-winning authors and workshops. All events are hosted by Alvernia University at the Reading campus and are free and open to the public.



Lecture Series

Alvernia's Lecture Series offers many chances to expand your mind through free thought-provoking lectures by top authors and seasoned leaders. All Lecture Series events are free and open to the public.


Community Engagement

Need Performing Arts Event Tickets?

Call 610-796-8322 or click on event listing above to purchase online.

St. John's Bibile

The Saint John's Bible will be on display at Alvernia through Jan. 2015.

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