A Festival of Carols
The 2014 Festival of Carols took place on Dec. 5-7 and featured four choirs and an orchestra, along with audience participation on traditional carols, all in a concert hall festively decorated with garlands, lights and trees.
A look back at November 2014 events and happenings at Goshen College
Goshen College Symphony Orchestra fall concert
The Goshen College Symphony Orchestra (GCSO) presented a family-friendly concert featuring music inspired by the children’s book “Old Turtle,” on Friday, Nov. 21.
Demonstration in support of Ferguson community
On Nov. 24, a group of Goshen College students and community members held a peaceful demonstration in support of the Ferguson, Missouri, community in light of the recent court ruling regarding the killing of Michael Brown.
Fall Mainstage: Eurydice
The Goshen College Theater Department blended romance, death, humor, whimsy, music and poetry in Sarah Ruhl’s “Eurydice,” a contemporary retelling of the Greek myth of Orpheus.
Fall Hour After
NOv. 21, 2014 Hour After with music by Martin Flowers, Ben Ganger and Paul Zehr.
Sing for Peace hymn sing
Goshen College Hymn Club held a hymn singing marathon in which singers sang through every verse of every song in the Mennonite hymnal.
Fall Choral Concert
Performing were the Goshen College Chamber Choir and Men’s Chorus, directed by Scott Hochstetler, and the Goshen College Women’s World Music Choir, directed by Debra Brubaker. Joining the GC choirs was the Bethany Christian High School Concert Choir, directed by Nathan Swartzendruber, a 2009 Goshen College graduate. All four choirs performed individually and as a mass chorus.
Grandparents Day 2014
Grandparents Day 2014 at Goshen College