A work by a Fresno Pacific University faculty member will be presented on KVPR Valley Public Radio.
“Sonata for Flute and Piano,” composed by Larry Warkentin and performed by Warkentin and Janette Erickson will air at 10 p.m. October 30. Erickson is university faculty and principal flutist with the Fresno Philharmonic. Warkentin is an award-winning composer who has served FPU since 1966.
A classic story told in a cozy setting—that’s what’s in store at the Fresno Pacific University Candlelight Concert.
The event begins at 7 p.m. October 5 in Ashley Auditorium on the campus. Seated at tables cabaret style, guests may sip beverages and sup on desserts, including Napoleons, as they hear performances by music faculty Deborah Sauer-Ferrand, Roy Klassen, Arlene Steffen and Larry Warkentin.
Prayer, drama and conversation will be among the ways the Fresno Pacific University community participates in “Stop the Hate—Build a Culture of Peace” October 1-5.
Local efforts are being organized by a campus committee headed by Donna Callahan, social work faculty. “Stop the Hate” began at California State University, Fresno, in 1997 after the racially motivated assault of a CSUF student.
In accordance with President George W. Bush's declaration that Friday, September 14, 2001, be a national day of prayer and remembrance, students, faculty and staff at Fresno Pacific University took part in a short ceremony at 7:30 a.m. around the flagpole in front of the campus Special Events Center.
FresnoPacific Universitystudents, faculty and staff and would like to express their deep sympathy for all touched by today’s tragedy. The following steps have been taken to respond to these terrible events: