Saviour: The Story of God's Passion For His People
The North Greenville University Cline School of Music will present Saviour, a modern oratorio, to launch the university's 125th Anniversary celebration on Sunday, March 25 at 7:00 p.m. at Fairview Baptist Church in Greer.
Saviour is an oratorio with a powerful setting that tells the story of Godís 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 for the performance will be Bill Blount, Justin Garrett, Mark Eshenbaugh, Caleb Ruppe and Stephanie White Osorio. The concert choir is under the direction of Dr. Barry Combs, the orchestra is conducted by Dr. Michael Weaver, and Dr. Cheryl Greene is the production manager.
This is a free concert for the community, however donations will be accepted for the Cline School of Music.
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