Watch Live Virtual Alumni Performances During “Stag Sets” Series

Watch Live Virtual Alumni Performances During “Stag Sets” Series

Talented Fairfield alumni across the country provide live virtual entertainment on Zoom, to bring joy to others during these uncertain times.

As the Fairfield community continues to adapt to the current times, the Office of Alumni Relations is constantly working on ways to engage alumni despite not being able to gather in person. A new initiative, recently launched, is the “Stag Sets” series, which features live virtual performances on Zoom from alumni who are either professional musicians or simply love making music as a hobby.

The series kicked off on April 16 with Robby Schwartz ’16, the music director at the Fairfield Performing Arts Studio. Terry Sullivan ’89, who entertains alumni at Reunion each year as part of the alumni band St. Hubbins, performed on April 23. We look forward to Bob Ross ’77 entertaining our community next Thursday, April 30. For a full list of dates, times, and links for all virtual events offered, including the “Stag Sets” series, visit fairfield.edu/alumnievents.

If anyone is interested in participating in the “Stag Sets” series, please contact alumni@fairfield.edu to get on the schedule in future weeks.

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Last modified: 04-24-20 3:21 PM

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