Soul Candy XIX showcases diverse talents of Dominican students

Dominican students were treated to free food and free entertainment on October 24, when hidden talents were on display at Soul Candy XIX.

Soul Candy XIX, Dominican’s longstanding live performing arts showcase, took place in Angelico Concert Hall. The evening began with an International Food Festival in front of Angelico Hall.

A crowd of about 400 attended the all-student event that featured more than a dozen acts including a classical opera tenor, Tahitian dance, Blues banjo, Dominican's new Soul Candy XIX Poet Laureate, folk ukulele, the "Micoro-Agression Players"  a film, and cool Jazz. About 25 students assisted in the behind-the-scenes production of Soul Candy XIX.

Created in 2008 to reflect and represent the diversity of culture on campus, Soul Candy present acts featuring poetry, dance, ethnic and cultural dance and music of every genre.  It is co-produced by the School of Liberal Arts and Education, Penguin Radio, Muslim Student Union, and the TORCH Leadership Program.

For more information, contact Dr. Henry Shreibman, Assistant Professor of Religion and Philosophy and Director of the Torch Leadership Program, at [email protected] or call 415-948-6659.

 

October 22, 2018