“How Then Shall We Sing? An evening of Psalms” will be held in the College Hill Reformed Presbyterian Church in Beaver Falls, PA, on Wednesday, April 30, 2014 at 7 p.m.
The concert will feature Geneva College ensembles New Song and The Grace Notes performing a repertoire of Psalms in a variety of settings, including compositions by Professor of Music Dr. Robert Copeland and Professor of Bible Dr. Byron Curtis.
Tickets cost $4 and will be available at the door. All proceeds from “How Then Shall We Sing? An evening of Psalms” will be used to support the ministries of the two ensembles.
New Song tours the United States every summer performing music and drama. Members of The Grace Notes will be travelling on an international tour to the Philippines and Malaysia in May with the college’s student choir The Genevans.
The concert is being organized by 2013 Geneva graduate Stacey Key, who is currently in Limerick, Ireland, working on a master’s degree.
For more information, contact the Geneva College Department of Music at 724-847-6660.
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