Jason Houtz, playing a Nazi, and Meredith Hamilton, playing a brave student, rehearse for White Rose. Photo: Tatiana Bento
Sam Brown plays piano as the University Singers rehearse for their upcoming concert at Carnegie Hall. Photo: Ciara Weant

Stratton Hall to Carnegie Hall: freshman choir to sing in NYC

The University Singers, comprising approximately 80 BJU freshmen, have a couple of things to sing about: a concert this coming Wednesday at 5 p.m. in Stratton Hall and, following commencement activities May 8, a trip to New York City to perform in several schools and churches and in premier concert venue Carnegie Hall. Wednesday’s concert

Dr. David Parker leads Opus 6 in rehearsal for the group’s concert Saturday night in War Memorial Chapel. Photo: Ethan Rogers

Six musicians blend voices, talents in Opus 6 ensemble

Opus 6, the official vocal ensemble for the voice department, will hold its final concert of the year Saturday at 7 p.m. in War Memorial Chapel. The program includes the following: an approximately 15-minute-long opera piece sung in English; three early Renaissance pieces, each sung in different languages—German, French and Italian; a piece by Mozart;

Dr. Michael Moore leads the BJU Symphony Orchestra and vocal soloists in reheasrsal for their concert. Photo: Ethan Rogers

Orchestra and voices to combine for ‘In Celebration of Song’

The BJU Symphony Orchestra, in collaboration with the BJU voice department, will present a concert titled “In Celebration of Song,” featuring several opera scenes as well as several Broadway tunes, tonight at 7 in Rodeheaver Auditorium. Because BJU is not producing an opera this year, Dr. Michael Moore, director of the BJU Symphony Orchestra, was

Dr. Yuriy Leonovich leads the BJU String Orchestra in rehearsals for its concert, “At the Ballet.”  Photo: Ethan Rogers

BJU String Orchestra to perform ballet classics

Bob Jones University’s String Orchestra will perform a mix of familiar ballet music from the 19th and 20th centuries in the concert “At the Ballet,” Wednesday at 5 p.m. in Stratton Hall.   Under the direction of Dr. Yuriy Leonovich, a faculty member in BJU’s Division of Music, the orchestra will play pieces from Tchaikovsky’s

Whales Outside the Window uses drama to tackle tough questions

Performance Hall will host the first-ever performance of Whales Outside the Window Feb. 26, 27 and 28 at 7:30 p.m. The production is the first-year project for the practicum class for four graduate assistants. The play will be directed by Meg Jones and was written by Lydia Stewart, whose other works include Then Came the

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