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Save the Date: College of Ag Celebrates History, Looks to the Future

Thursday, Mar. 28, 2013

poster illustration for College of Agriculture event, United By Land

Everyone is invited to “United by the Land,” a concert celebrating the history of Utah State University’s College of Agriculture and featuring the American Festival Chorus and Orchestra. The event is April 9 and begins at 7:30 p.m. in the Kent Concert Hall.

In the musical and narrative event, audience members will revisit the history of the college’s founding and look toward its bright future with the college’s faculty, students, researchers and alumni leading the way. 

Tickets are free to the public. Tickets can be reserved online or by phone at (435) 797-8022 or in person at the Caine College of the Arts box office in the Chase Fine Arts Center, Room 139-B.

In the event the Kent Concert Hall reaches capacity, overflow seating in the Morgan Theatre will be available where a live video feed will be played. No ticket is needed for admission to the Morgan Theatre.

About the College of Agriculture

The College of Agriculture is comprised of two schools, six departments and more than 66 undergraduate and graduate programs. Students and faculty are focused on the study of the science of life with disciplines ranging from production agriculture to landscape architecture.

More information about the college can be found at its website.

About the American Festival Chorus

The professional American Festival Orchestra includes USU music faculty, outstanding musicians in the community and the northern Utah region, as well as select senior USU students. Founded in 2008 with Craig Jessop as artistic director and conductor and Cory Evans as associate director, the American Festival Chorus brings together 250-300 talented singers from a 50-mile radius. More information about the organization can be found at its website.

Contact: Tiffany Adams, marketing manager, College of Agriculture, (435) 797-7406,

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