Goshen College will host a one-day men’s choir festival Sunday, Feb. 5, culminating in a joint concert at 4 p.m. in the Music Center’s Rieth Recital Hall.
Karl Eigsti, a Tony Award-nominated set designer, will share his experience later this month at Goshen College as a visiting artist.
Almost 30 years after they acquired international superstar status with Paul Simon’s Graceland album and after four Grammy Awards, Ladysmith Black Mambazo continues to tour the world as South Africa’s cultural ambassadors.
The Branford Marsalis Quartet will be joined by guest-vocalist Kurt Elling in a singular collaboration of musical forces. Following the format of a standard jazz quartet with vocals, the collaboration between jazz’s most intense band and one of jazz’s foremost singers will prove to be anything but standard.
Endowed with a rich, warm and expressively direct lyric coloratura voice, Deborah Lifton is emerging as one of today’s most compelling performers of contemporary American opera and song. Greek pianist and conductor Charis Dimaras is noted for his diverse musicality, appearing as recital soloist, collaborator, and concerto soloist with orchestras throughout Europe, Turkey, Russia, Brazil, China, Canada, and the United States.
This year’s theme reminds the Goshen community that #ItIsTime, and features Sarah Thompson, Executive Director of Christian Peacemaker Teams.
Six Goshen College students have spent the semester working to publish a new literary journal, titled “Freaky Squirrels: No Answers, Just Stories,” a collection of essays, memoirs and photos, all contributed by GC alumni.
Students have less than a month to apply for admission and to be eligible for Goshen College’s top scholarships for the 2016-17 school year. The priority application deadline is Dec. 15, 2016.