SF State Celebrates Creative State Opening Day

Wednesday, October 02, 2013

GOLDEN GATE XPRESS -- Highlighted by the Alexander String Quartet and the world premiere of a composition by Pulitzer Prize-winning Professor Wayne Peterson, the University’s vibrant arts programs joined in the first ever Creative State Opening Day showcase on Sunday. Sunday marked the first concert in the Morrison Artists Series for free chamber music for the semester. The opening night was also an opportunity for the school to showcase the work of students from other programs at the University before the general public. “It’s just very exciting to be able to show the diversity of the different parts that we have here at San Francisco State and to be able to share those with the public and the community in general,” said Todd Roehrman, associate dean of the College of Liberal and Creative Arts.