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Music and Art

Tristan Smith, Magdalen College’s New Choir Director

Magdalen College is delighted to announce the new Director of Collegiate Choirs, Tristan Smith. Mr. Smith is a graduate of Magdalen College and is well-equipped to continue the beautiful sacred music traditions at the college. His musical background includes providing music for liturgies at parishes in New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Maryland. In addition to directing...

Magdalen Students “Writing the Light”

Magdalen College of the Liberal Arts is delighted to announce that students and alumni of the College have been selected to participate in an iconography workshop under the renowned iconographer George Kordis.  This extraordinary program, “Writing the Light,” will be held in Athens and Crete late this summer.   Through generous benefactors, Ms. Keri Wiederspahn, who...

Alumna Co-Authors Screenplay for Major Fátima Film

Magdalen College is proud to announce that Dr. Barbara Nicolosi Harrington, ‘94, has co-written the screenplay for Fátima, a film to be released nationwide on 1000 screens.  The film features Harvey Keitel and Sonia Braga as part of an international cast. The college will be scheduling a screening of the film for the fall of...

St. Genesius Players Present King Lear

St. Genesius Players A Dramatic Reading of King Lear February 29 and March 1, 2020 6:15pm Magdalen College Free and open to the public. Donations appreciated. May not be appropriate for all ages. Magdalen College 511 Kearsarge Mountain Road Warner, NH 03278 Contact [email protected] for more information. This production is part of our Spring Open...

“What is Gregorian Chant (and what should its place be in the Church today)?” A More Complete Education 1

In this series, “A More Complete Education,” we take up key authors, ideas, composers, and artists, who have contributed to the Catholic intellectual tradition and the patrimony of western culture. Topics related to this broad theme also find their place. Articles in this series introduce readers to subjects which are of interest to students from...

Enjoy Some Ambrosian Chant on This Feast of St. Ambrose

What better way is there to celebrate the feast St. Ambrose than to listen to some Ambrosian chant? (see links below) But did St. Ambrose compose “Gregorian Chant?”  We know from St. Augustine that St. Ambrose played a significant role as bishop of Milan in the introduction of hymnody in that city.  This is clearly...