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

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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

Choirs, orchestra to perform Handel’s Messiah

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Three of BJU’s choirs, along with the BJU Symphony Orchestra, will perform a Bob Jones University Christmas tradition tonight at 7:30 in Rodeheaver Auditorium: a collaborative performance of Handel’s Messiah. Messiah, an oratorio composed by George Frideric Handel in only 24 days, is a large-scale vocal and orchestral work narrating the birth, death, burial and

BJU Symphony Orchestra to perform at SCMEA by special invitation

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The Bob Jones University Symphony Orchestra was notified in August that it had been chosen to perform at the South Carolina Music Educators Association Feb. 6 in Columbia based on an audition recording, which they had submitted this past spring. Dr. Michael Moore, director of the BJU Symphony Orchestra, said, “We are very honored to

Concert to feature BJU Symphony Orchestra

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Violinist David Kim, concertmaster of the Philadelphia Orchestra, will join the BJU Symphony Orchestra Thursday night for the first Artist Series program of the year, playing several solos and even helping to lead the orchestra during one piece.

Passing on the baton

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The BJU Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Dr. Michael Moore, will be giving its first concert of the semester tonight at 7 in Rodeheaver Auditorium. Each of the three pieces being performed represents a different part of the world and accurately portrays the theme: souvenirs from world travel. Dr. Michael Moore, head of the

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