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School of Music Presents Christmas Concert

School of Music Presents Christmas Concert

The Cline School of Music will present its Christmas Concert Celebration at Fairview Baptist Church on Tuesday, Dec. 1.


The concert will include music by North Greenville University's Concert Band, Jazz Guitar Ensemble, a cappella men's group The Row, Concert Choir, and Orchestra, with familiar Christmas songs like selections from Handel's Messiah.

"We are featuring several of our students singing the solos," said Professor of Music Dr. Cheryl Greene.

Fairview Baptist Church, located in Greer, S.C., will host the Christmas Concert Celebration. The event begins at 7 p.m. in the main auditorium of the church.

The school of music's Christmas concert will be the last cultural event of the Fall 2015 semester. Tickets are not required.

 

 

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