News Release


Trinity’s Gospel Choir concert on Saturday, November 18 attracted more than 200 people to the Ozinga Chapel Auditorium. That is the biggest audience ever for the performing group.

“We’ve been so blessed,” said Jim Palmore, Gospel Choir director. “The choir has grown from 19 voices last year to 35 this year. It is nice to see the audience grow, too.”

One member of the audience was Dr. Nelvia Brady, professor of business and director of ethnic diversity at the College.

“I was moved by the ‘spirit filled’ praise dancing of (the Trinity group) Sisters in Unity and thoroughly enjoyed my Saturday night,” she said.

Accompanist Andrew McClendon ’07 of Chicago, Illinois, offered another concert highlight---the choir performed his arrangement of Psalm 1.

There is new incentive to join the Gospel Choir. The music department is offering renewable scholarships from between $500 and $3,000 for qualifying students who join the Gospel Choir.

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