Spring Concert series set for April

Spring Concert series set for April

After a busy and successful tour season, the BBC Department of Music is preparing for the April Spring Concert series.

The three-concert set begins Friday, April 20 at 8 p.m. Two more performances follow on Saturday, April 21 at 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. The Murphy Memorial Library in Jackson Hall, with its unique acoustic qualities, will be the venue for the concerts.

Reserved tickets are $5 each and are on sale now. Tickets may be purchased by calling the Department of Music at 570.595.9295 or by online at

BBC&S Powerful Performances
The Concert Chorale, the Chamber Singers, and One Accord will be performing a variety of sacred and classical pieces. Included among the numbers will be the works of
Assistant Professor David B. McGrew and BBC's own Composition Studio.

The 40-voice Concert Chorale, directed by Dr. Larry Kauffman , recently finished a New England tour over spring break.

Led by Dr. David Harris, the Chamber Singers just returned from a 17-day mission trip in South Africa. The select mixed ensemble of 16 voices travels each year over spring break in addition to the annual winter and spring concerts.

One Accord, now a voice and instrumental ensemble, includes both Dr. Harris and Mr. McGrew. Learn more
about One Accord here.

Strong Career Options
BBC's Department of Music prepares students for a range of career options, including music education, worship pastor, and many music ministries.

Many graduates have become private studio teachers, professional conference musicians, conductors, and composers. Others are teaching in schools or have continued their education at prestigious graduate schools across the country.

Learn more about BBC's Department of Music and programs at

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Posted on: 3/28/2012 8:36:15 AM

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