Sigma Kappa Rho and Alpha Gamma Tau compete in the 2015 Scholastic Bowl semifinals. Photo: Ciara Weant
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;

High school students stand by to perform at last year’s AACS national competition. Photo: Photo Services

BJU rolls out welcome mat for AACS visitors

Over 1,500 visitors from Christian schools across the nation will arrive on campus  this Tuesday through Thursday for the American Association of Christian Schools national competition. They will compete in five different areas: music, speech, art, academics and Bible. While the increase in the campus population may make the dining common a little more crowded

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