What event combines songs, snicker-doodles, coffee and college students?
The Concert Choir Coffeehouse! This annual fund-raiser is an
anticipated event every spring as choir members share their talents and
favorite cookies. It’s different each year so you won’t want to miss
this year’s offering of music, skits, juggling and who knows what else.
We’ll also have coffee mugs available to sip java from while enjoying
the performance, so... on with the show!
Sponsored by the George B. Tack Memorial Flute Committee, this
competition is for high school and middle school students. The “Award
for Excellence in Flute Performance” and “Middle School Flute Showcase”
are open to the public and held on the Friends University campus.
$10 adults, $8 seniors/students
In this concert, titled “Music Through the Ages,” the audience will
experience 300 years of music history as the orchestra performs works
from each of the historical periods of western music. Hear Toccata by
Frescobaldi, The Marriage of Figaro: Overture by Mozart, Symphony No. 8
in G Major by Dvorak, The Pumpkin Eater’s Little Fugue by Robert
McBride, and a work from our present century!
$8 adults, $5 seniors/students
Enjoy an evening of tight harmonies and energetic swing as our Jazz
Vocal Ensemble takes the stage. Featuring fresh arrangements of jazz
standards as well as challenging new vocal jazz literature, they’re
bringing new life and energy to vocal jazz.
$8 adults, $5 seniors/students With
the rise of the Third Reich during World War II, Dietrich Bonhoeffer
was impelled to join the Resistance Movement against the Fuhrer, Adolf
Hitler. Witness the account of a dutiful clergyman, government spy and
national martyr who was willing to pay the ultimate sacrifice to help
overthrow the powerful Nazi regime from the inside out. Recently revived
at Taproot Theatre in Seattle, this insightful and award winning play
by Douglas Anderson is presented through special permission of Baker’s