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Winterreise, Franz Schubert, An Immersive Concert Experience: Dr. Aaron Agulay, baritone, Dr. Yoon-Wha Roh, piano

Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center, 405 SE Spokane Street, Pullman, WA
This event will occur in the Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center.

About the event


Friday, January 28th at 7:30pm, Washington State University’s Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center (405 SE Spokane St., Pullman, WA, 99164) will present an immersive performance of Franz Schubert’s landmark song cycle Winterreise (Winter Journey).

Made possible through collaboration between WSU’s Division of Student Affairs, School of Music, the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Center for Fraternity and Sorority Life, Academic Outreach and Innovation/Global Connections, and International Students’ Council, this immersive performance will feature WSU faculty Dr. Aaron Agulay (baritone), Dr. Yoon-Wha Roh (piano), and the artwork of Walla-Walla based artist Keiko Hara.

This type of performance will be the first of its kind on the WSU campus and will kick off a series of cultural events that amplify the work of local artists and support a more welcoming WSU campus culture and climate. The performance will be followed by an artist meet and greet and hors d’ouevres from Sushi Man Moscow.

Contact: Jason Abrams

This event is free to the public with limited seating, first come first serve, and WA state mask mandates remain in effect for entry. This event will also be live-streamed.

This event is free of charge and open to all.   Please show your support for WSU’s performing and cultural arts by considering a tax-deductible contribution to one of the following WSU funds!

  • International Student Aid Fund – this fund provides financial assistance to international students at WSU. Funds will be used to provide broad assistance to students facing hardships or urgent necessities.
  • The Laverna E. Kimbrough Vocal Music Scholarship – LaVerna Askin Kimbrough (1887-1974) joined the Washington State University faculty in 1921 as an instructor of voice and remained on the music faculty until her retirement as an associate professor in 1952. She married Herbert Kimbrough, Dean of the School of Music and Fine Arts, in 1923. This scholarship was established by friends and family of LaVerna; and supports music students who have given evidence of unusual vocal talent (based on auditions).
  • Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art Friend’s Fund – gifts to this fund energizes the museum’s mission and helps achieve its vision. Generous contributions from the Cougar community touch every facet of the Museum’s dynamic spectrum of exhibitions, artist lectures, class tours, online presence, and daily activities.
  • The Gender/Identity and Sexual Orientation Resource Center (GIESORC) develops and educates a community of allies and grows and helps LGBTQ+ students become connected, independent, and competent. This fund serves and supports WSU LGBTQ+ students who may be seeking emergency financial assistance for things like food, rent, and even help to buy a bus ticket home to help care for an ill family member. Thanks to the support from this fund, financial burdens are reduced – allowing students to remain in school, focused on their studies, and ultimately completing their degrees.