Going to school in one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world gives Fordham students the ability to completely immerse themselves in the vibrant diversity of culture found throughout all five boroughs of New York City. Whether finding the perfect restaurant to satisfy a craving on Arthur Ave or spending the afternoon at The Met, students are constantly coming in contact with the diversity of New York City.
|Outside David Geffen Hall|
|The New York Philharmonic Orchestra|
After securing tickets to the show, my friends and I made our way to the beautiful David Geffen Hall. The festive Chinese New Year Concert celebrated the Year of the Monkey, and included world-renowned violinist Maxim Vengerov and Nu Shu: The Secret Songs of Women by Tan Dun. The concert featured film projection, which gave the audience a glimpse into the rarely seen world of secret language. The show truly exceeded my expectations!
Having the opportunity to attend a unique concert such as the Chinese New Year Concert at David Geffen Hall is just one of the many cultural events arranged by Fordham’s faculty and Resident Assistant’s. These experiences enable Fordham students to broaden their horizons and delve deeper into the rich mix of cultures that New York City has to offer.