Kohlenberg Lyceum Series Brings Cultural Performances to Campus

Since the Kohlenberg Lyceum Series began in 1899 as a lecture course, its aim has been to broaden the cultural experience of students, faculty, staff and the community through speakers, music and drama. Each year the Series brings a wide selection of attractions to the Truman campus that include professional musicians and dance troupes.

The performances scheduled for the 2006-2007 season include The Preservation Hall Jazz Band, the Vienna Choir Boys, “Amahl and the Night Visitors,” the Elders, “Some Enchanted Evening” and the Truman Showcase.

Tickets for Truman students are free and available one week prior to each performance in the Student Activities Board Office located in the Student Union Building Governors Room.
Call 660.785.4016 for more information.
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