I think that a lot of people right now are feeling lost, and empathy is the only balm that can heal us. My song “Lines that Divide” attempts to be a reminder that we are bigger than our opinions, and our ability to respect each other should be based on our common humanity.
Voice teacher David Schneider ’85, of Lima, Ohio, has been giving private lessons to would-be singers in Sidney since 1996.
The Goshen College Music Department is pleased to announce that it is launching new $1,000 per year grants to incoming Goshen College students for participation in GC music ensembles. These new grants are in addition to its already existing audition-based music achievement awards, which range from $2,000-$10,000.
Emily Rodgers studied English at Goshen College. Other than a show on campus and a few solo gigs performing cover songs at The Electric Brew in Goshen and The Daily Grind in Elkhart, there is scant evidence of the musical career path Rodgers would embark on.
Four GC students placed in their divisions at the annual National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) competition in Fort Wayne.
Aubrey Helmuth Miller is the creator of a line of soap that uses locally sourced, sustainable ingredients.
Mary Oyer ’44, Professor Emeritus of Music, reflects on her all-time favorite hymns.
“Studying vocal performance at Goshen College taught me how to read an audience and shape my performance. Spending years on stage gave me speaking and presenting skills that I wouldn’t otherwise have.”
Ever wonder what you can do with a Goshen College degree? Wonder no more — we checked in with a few of our recent graduates to find out what they’ve been doing since graduation.
Season tickets are now available for the 2016-17 Rieth Chamber Series at Goshen College, which makes classical chamber music more accessible to the Goshen community.