Three Wartburg College alumnae will be the featured performers at Wartburg College’s Bach’s Lunch organ series Friday, April 8.
Siwakhile Dlamini, a student at Wartburg College who uses the stage name Amrig, is an independent singer, songwriter and rapper from Swaziland.
It will be a busy weekend of music at Wartburg College with five ensembles offering home concerts on April 2 and 3.
Wartburg Players will present “Suite Surrender” in Wartburg College’s McCaskey Lyceum on April 1 & 2 at 7:30 p.m. General admission is $10, and Wartburg students can get in free with their student ID.
This past weekend, Mar. 19-20, the Wartburg College Alliance held their “Gay Paddy’s Day Karaoke & Party” at the Alliance Lounge in Löhe 137. The organization is already making preparations for their next big event: Gayla Week.
KWAR, Wartburg’s radio station, offers a unique opportunity for students not normally involved with the station.
From co-leads to co-directors; Nathan Onsgard and Katriela Caspari are the latest directors for the Wartburg Players.
Anjela Waterman is a singer-songwriter on campus who has released three albums to date with several EPs and singles alike.
Barbara Wheeler will offer a workshop about research in music therapy at Wartburg College on Sunday, March 27.
The Wartburg College Castle Singers and Kammerstreicher will offer a home concert on March 12 in Wartburg Chapel.