Artist series to feature guest trombonists

This semester’s first Concert, Opera & Drama Series program on Tuesday, Nov. 10, at 8 p.m., will feature BJU’s Symphonic Wind Band with guest trombonists, Matthew Vaughn, the associate principal trombonist for the Philadelphia Orchestra, and Dr. Frank Garlock, founder of the Bob Jones University Trombone Choir.    The concert celebrates the trombone and is

BJU hosts 43rd High School Festival competition

BJU is gearing up for its 43rd annual High School Festival and Preaching Conference. The conference, which features competitions in music, communication, art, photography, video production and preaching, will be held next week Monday through Thursday. During the High School Festival and Preaching Conference, Christian school, public school and home school students from ninth to

Students rehearse for their production, A Murder Is Announced. 29.07 Photo by Holl Diller

A Murder Is Announced promises suspense

The students of Bob Jones University have been cordially invited to witness a murder. On Oct. 30 and 31 at 8 p.m., the Theatre Arts department will present A Murder Is Announced in Rodeheaver Auditorium. A Murder Is Announced promises to be an enjoyable experience including all the complicated  twists and turns that one can

M&G begins hosting Art Break. 29.03 Photo submitted.

ArtBreak offers lunch, learning at the M&G

ArtBreak, a monthly lecture series featuring different facets of art, history and literature, returns to the Museum & Gallery at Bob Jones University this semester, after taking its normal summer hiatus. Since 2011, ArtBreak has been offering an alternative to the normal lunch hour for area professionals and retirees. The 45-minute catered lecture series draws

Mark Mulfinger talks about his art in his studio and shares glimpses of what he is currently working on. 29.01 Photo by Bethany Williams

BJU to feature grad’s art exhibit

BJU alumnus, professor, local artist, father and husband – all these describe Mark Mulfinger. On Monday, Sept. 21, he will present an art exhibition in the Sargent Art Building. His theme is the three sister mediums: watercolor, reduction linocut and batik. He chose these three because unlike other mediums such as acrylic and oils these

Theatre Arts Bake-Off to display creativity

  The Bake-Off, one of the Theatre Arts Department’s most anticipated and original events, returns to Stratton Hall on Saturday, Sept. 19, at 7:30 p.m. Don’t let the name fool you; although it may seem to suggest a culinary arts competition, the Bake-Off features the dramatic creations of student playwrights. Theatre arts faculty members select

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;

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