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Cline School of Music Presents ‘Light in the Darkness: The Ancient Story of Christmas’

Tigerville, SC (November 15, 2019) North Greenville University (NGU) Cline School of Music presents their Christmas concert “Light in the Darkness: The Ancient Story of Christmas” at First Presbyterian Church located at 200 West Washington Street in downtown Greenville.

The Cline School of Music will be joined by the School of Theatre, the concert choir, and the orchestra to present the story of a great God, so in love with His creation that He steps out of the beauty of heaven onto planet earth to make everything right.

“I’m excited about presenting a program that will draw our mind and hearts to the Light of the World this Christmas,” states Dr. Cheryl Greene, professor of music and producer of the concert. “We are pleased to have Joyful Sound joining the choir on two selections of the program.”

The concert will be presented Thursday, Dec. 5, at 7 p.m. Donations will be accepted at the door.  

For information about NGU's Cline School of Music and degree programs, visit NGU.edu/cline-school-of-music.

            

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