Georgia College’s choral ensembles, including University Chorus, Women’s Ensemble and Max Noah Singers, will perform April 12 at 7:30 p.m. at First Baptist Church in Milledgeville to present “Echoes of Peace, Visions of Hope.”
Music therapy students created a CD and will perform a concert of their work later this month.
The Max Noah Singers will travel from Milledgeville to Staten Island with several stops in between.
A recent change in the music department’s policy hopes to address financially struggling students, by raising funds for more student scholarships.
A family connection helped bring a world-renowned opera singer to campus for students to learn from and the community to enjoy her powerful performance style.
The couple will perform “As Long as You’re Mine” from the Broadway musical “Wicked.”
The Macon TelegraphJan, 24, 2014Holocaust survivor shares experience at Georgia College
Ela Weissberger, one of the children who performed in the opera “Brundibar” at the Terezin concentration camp, will visit Georgia College as part of the Holocaust Remembrance events on Jan. 24.
The Macon TelegraphDec. 4, 2013 Holiday concert to raise money for scholarships
Funds raised from events like the upcoming Holiday Concert help provide the opportunity for students to achieve their educational and musical goals.