Yesterday was filled with lots of excitement, exhaustion, and, of course, performances. We woke up early, got dressed in our black rugby shirts, and performed for the chapel service at Christopher Dock Mennonite High School. We might have ben tired, but that didn’t stop us from giving an energetically moving show for the students. There was … Keep reading »
What a wonderful way to wake up! I woke up to the smell of the fresh french bread that my host parent was heating for us this morning. For those of you that have not tasted “Nutella” with bread, I strongly encourage you to do it–it is an experience you won’t regret. After our incredible … Keep reading »
Hello all! I figured it’s about time for one of the official tour photographers to chime in a post. What better time than right after the first day of singing; and boy what a day it was!!
I’m incredibly exhausted right now, but felt strongly that I needed to blog about our experiences today. A choir tour would never be complete without a few surprises along the way. Two of mine came just after we arrived at Hyattsville Mennonite and then the next morning through a cell phone call. Let’s just say … Keep reading »
Wow, what a day! This morning I was woken up to the wonderful smell of my gracious host family’s breakfast, (which of course, was nothing short of fantastic), and after me and fellow chorus member Zach Yordy got ready, we joined the rest of the chorus for an 11am service at Hayattsville Mennonite. We kicked … Keep reading »
Tour has officially started! Well, it began at 8:45 this morning once we left the Music Center parking lot. The bus ride included some movies, frequent jokes, and even learning a couple songs (and making up some funny ones, too). In any case, after about 12 hours of driving with some stops for bathroom breaks … Keep reading »
Are you ready to read all of our exciting moments of our spring break tour? This blog will detail our experiences and joys of being part of this incredible choral ensemble. We will be the first to give you the scoop of anything that happens with us during our trip…from broken tires to uplifting performances, … Keep reading »
The 45-voice Goshen College Men’s Chorus is touring during spring break, sharing music that reflects on the theme of “Healing the World, Song by Song” at churches and schools in Maryland, Washington, D.C., Virginia and Pennsylvania during its 2010 tour, Feb. 21-Feb. 28, as well as performing a concluding home concert in Goshen. The choir’s … Keep reading »