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Th 1/25 7:00 pm Killen Research Presentation, Hamlin Recital Hall (Tickets available now in SOT Box Office)

Dr. Seth Killen will present a lecture representing his research and scholarship.  His work is a recording called “Phinneas McBoof Crashes the Symphony,” a large-scale musical that introduces children to the symphony orchestra.  In this recording, Dr. Killen voiced the character of Jose’ the Ferret.

 

M 1/29 5:00 pm Etiquette Dinner, Presidents Dining Room (Tickets are $15 cash/check only. Available in Career Planning Services until Thursday 1/25)

 

Tu 1/30 7:00 pm Christopher Hutton Recital, Hamlin Recital Hall (Tickets available now in SOT Box Office)

 

M 2/12 7:00 pm Serena Hill LaRoche Concert, Hamlin Recital Hall (Tickets available now in SOT Box Office)

Join us for “Love and Other Youthful Exploits: a voice recital”.  Performed by soprano Serena Hill-LaRoche and pianist Catherine Garner.  This delightful program includes vocal and piano setting of Hamlet’s “Ophelia Songs” by Richard Strauss, Joaquin Rodrigo’s “Four Madrigals of Love”; and a Richard Pearson Thomas setting of six.  Also featured will be Emily Dickinson poems including “At last to be identified” and “I never saw a Moor”. Also included in the line of Poetry will be Francis Poulenc’s seven settings; poems by Mauice Care’me; and two poems of Gabriele D’Annunzio set by Ildebrando Pizzetti.

 

M 2/19 7:00 pm SC Teacher of the Year, Hamlin Recital Hall (Tickets available not in SOT Box Office)

Mrs. Erin Fox will speak about her experiences in the classroom that led her to being chosen the 2018 Teacher of the Year.

 

M 2/26 7:00 pm Concert Band, Turner Chapel (Tickets available now in SOT Box Office)

This concert will feature several works written for wind band.  The program will open with Toccata Marziale by the famous 20th century English composer Ralph Vaughan Williams.  This piece will be followed by Celebrations composed by John Zdechlik.  This program will conclude with Dance Movements by Philip Sparke.

 

Tu 2/27 7:00 pm Orchestra Concert, Turner Chapel (Tickets available now in SOT Box Office)

When we think of great composers we often think of “the three B’s” Bach, Beethoven and Brahms.  Tonight however, the NGU symphony will perform works by two of these composers with another great whose name also begins with B, Bizet.  The program will begin with Bizet’s L’Arlesienne Suite No. 2, from his opera L’Arlesiana, (The Girl from Arles) and which concludes with the famous Farandole.  Next is Beethoven’s Symphony No. 4, described by Robert Schumann as “a slender Grecian maiden between two Nordic giants,” referring to Beethoven’s third and fifth symphonies.  The program will conclude with one of classical music’s all-time favorites, Brahms’ Hungarian Dance No. 5, a work originally for piano but set for orchestra by Martin Schmeling.

 

M 3/12 7:00 pm Piano Trio, Hamlin Recital Hall (Tickets available now in SOT Box Office)

Join us for the Chamber Music Program in collaboration with Clemson University.  Featuring Leslie Warlick on violin, Brenda Leonard on cello and Linda Li-Bleuel on piano.

 

Tu 3/13 7:00 pm Choir Concert, Hamlin Recital Hall (Tickets available now in SOT Box Office)

The North Greenville University Concert Choir will present the music from their recent tour of North and South Carolina.  The music on the first portion of the program represent selections from the celebration of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation.  The music on the second portion of the program presents the Holy Week themes of sacrifice, crucifixion, and resurrection.

 

Tu 3/20 7:00 pm Race and the promise of the Gospel: Why Racial Reconciliation and Diversity in our Congregations is a Gospel Mandate - College of Christian Studies Lectureship in Theology and Culture

Dr. John Mark Yeats serves as both the undergraduate dean and an associate professor of church history at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and College.  He earned his Ph.D. in Church History from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and also holds degrees from Southern Seminary, Oxford University, and Criswell College.

 

Tu 3/20 7:00 pm Christopher Davis Faculty Recital, Hamlin Recital Hall (Tickets available now in SOT Box Office) -RECITAL HAS BEEN CANCELLED

Join NGU’s Associate Professor of Percussion, Christopher Davis, as he presents a solo recital titled, “Electro-Acoustic Percussion.” This concert will feature percussion works accompanied by various electronic sounds and means of production.  You will surely enjoy the aesthetically pleasing mix of acoustic percussion instruments with amplified electronics.

 

Sun 3/25 7:00 pm, Saviour: The Story of God's Passion for His People. A modern oratorio by Greg Nelson and Bob Farrell, Fairview Baptist Church 1300 Locust Hill Rd. Greer (Tickets available now in SOT Box Office)

The Cline School of Music at North Greenville University will be presenting Saviour, a modern oratorio, as part of the 125th Anniversary celebration. An oratorio with a powerful setting that tells the story of God’s passion for His people from creation through the resurrection. The choir will be a collaboration of the NGU Concert Choir, alumni, and area church choirs. Soloists: Bill Blount, Justin Garrett, Mark Eshenbaugh, Caleb Ruppe and Stephanie White Osorio. Barry Combs, concert choir director, Michael Weaver, orchestra director, and Cheryl Greene, production manager.  

 

Mon 3/26 7:00 pm Percussion Ensemble, Hamlin Recital Hall (Tickets available now in SOT Box Office)“An Eclecctic Evening” is a collection of percussion music that will include the sounds of Punk-Rock, the bell-tolling sounds of a triangle sextet, mesmerizing-entwined keyboard melodies, a tambourine duel, and the sounds of Africa. Please join the NGU Percussion Ensemble and African Percussion Ensemble as we present featuring works by Josh Gottry, Stephen Primatic, Matt Savage, Ivan Trevino, and Drew Worden.

 

Tu 3/27 7:00 pm Hassler & Williams Voice Concert, Hamlin Recital Hall (Tickets available now in SOT Box Office)

 

Th 4/5-7 7:30 pm Beauty And The Beast, Billingsley Theatre (Tickets available free to NGU Students 4/2/18 with NGU student ID in SOT Box Office)

This popular Disney musical will transport you from “this provincial town” to see Belle’s adventure to a strange, but intriguing castle, where she meets a cursed Beast. But even in his brusque behavior “perhaps there’s something there that wasn’t there before…”  “Be our guest” to a fantastic evening of magic and music! Directed by Amy Dunlap. 

 

M 4/9 7:00 pm Jazz Band, Turner Chapel (Tickets available now in SOT Box Office)

 

Tu 4/10 7:00 pm Contemporary Ensemble, Turner Chapel (Tickets available now in SOT Box Office)

 

Th 4/12-14 7:30 pm and Matinee 4/14 at 1:00 pm, Beauty And The Beast, Billingsley Theatre (Tickets available free to NGU Students 4/9/18 with NGU student ID in SOT Box Office)

This popular Disney musical will transport you from “this provincial town” to see Belle’s adventure to a strange, but intriguing castle, where she meets a cursed Beast. But even in his brusque behavior “perhaps there’s something there that wasn’t there before…”  “Be our guest” to a fantastic evening of magic and music! Directed by Amy Dunlap.  

 

M 4/16 5:00 pm Brass & Woodwind Ensembles, Hamlin Recital Hall (Tickets available now in SOT Box Office)

 

Tu 4/17 7:00 pm Orchestra, Choir, and String Ensemble, Turner Chapel (Tickets available now in SOT Box Office)

This evening the NGU String Ensemble will perform two works from the standard repertoire for strings, Gustav Holst’s Brook Green Suite and Edvard Grieg’s Holberg Suite.  Holst wrote his suite for his students at St. Paul’s Girls’ School in 1933 desiring to provide them with a piece in a contemporary mature style that was not a “watered down” version of a classic.  Grieg composed his suite in 1884 for the bicentennial  celebration of Danish author Ludwig Holberg’s birth who was a contemporary of J.S. Bach.  Both works are readily accessible by the average audience and are performed regularly.

 
W 4/18 5:00 pm Etiquette Dinner, Presidents Dining Room (Tickets are $15 cash/check only. Available in Career Planning Services until Thursday 4/20)

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