TRINITY MUSIC FACULTY
DISPLAY TALENTS -
better to get to know the musical talents of Trinity Christian College
music professors than to hear them perform. On Wednesday, September 28,
students, faculty, and staff were treated to performances in the Van Namen
Recital Hall by music department faculty for just that purpose.
"We wanted people to connect
with the faculty and get to know us through our music," said Dr. Mark Peters,
assistant professor of music, who coordinated the event.
The recital included selections
by Gilbert and Sullivan, Antonin Dvorak, Brian Head, Anton Webern, and
an original song, "I'm Redeemed," written by Jim Palmore, director of Trinity's
"The song tells the story
of God's people reaching heaven, and singing a song of joy that all others
who do not trust the Lord cannot sing," said Palmore.
The recital featured a trumpet
performance by Peters and a solo guitar performance by Nate Jackson, Trinity's
guitar instructor. Other highlights included vocal performances by Dr.
Helen Van Wyck, professor of music; June Miller, director of the Campus
Choir; and Palmore, who was accompanied by the Jim Palmore Vocal Chorale.