The Genevans present their Home Concert “Psalms for the King” this Spring on Friday-Saturday, March 28-29, 2014 in John White Chapel, Old Main, at 7:30 p.m. Come and support the choir and their upcoming international tour! Their 76th Spring concert program features a wide variety of music from Mendelssohn, Palestrina, Bach, and Brahms, yet includes works by nine living composers and arrangers, and pieces commissioned for the choir. No admission charge; a free-will offering will be received.
THE GENEVANS, the student choir of Geneva College, is heir to a tradition of choral singing dating from the early years of the college over a century and a half ago. read more
Members of THE GENEVANS are currently preparing to take the choir’s music ministry to the ends of the earth for the May 2014 International Tour to the Philippines and Malaysia.
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Geneva College Institutional Advancement
3200 College Avenue
Beaver Falls PA 15010-3599
Checks should be made payable to Geneva College with “Genevans Trip” written in the subject line. Contributions of all sizes are both needed and appreciated, as are prayers of support.
Past tours have included visits to Great Britain, Germany, Poland, France, and throughout the United States.
THE GENEVANS, the student choir of Geneva College, is heir to a tradition of choral singing dating from the early years of the college over a century and a half ago. The mission of the choir expresses Geneva’s belief that music, as one of God’s finest gifts, meets a deep, universal need in people. The choir’s repertoire is broad and varied, reflecting the belief that “all of life, always and everywhere, is life in the presence of God.”
Conductor David Kenneth Smith continues his tenure as director of THE GENEVANS in this his second season. Dr. Smith has taught Voice in the Music Department at Geneva College since 2001, and directed psalm singing in the College’s Chapel program for six years. Dr. Smith earned his degrees in Voice Performance at Wheaton Conservatory and Indiana University, Bloomington. He lives near Cranberry Twp., Penn. with his wife, pianist Marie Libal-Smith.