St. John’s Chapel will once again be filled with joyous songs during the music department’s fall concert, “A Taste of Europe” at 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 30.
The hour-long fall concert is directed by Instructor and Director of Music Deanne Zogleman and accompanied by Instructor of Piano and Organ Carole Pracht. The group take audience members on a trip through song to beautiful European countries such as France, England, Norway and Ireland.
Zogleman will direct the Newman University chorale and troubadours.
Director of Security Morris “Mo” Floyd has been attending Newman music events since he first began working at Newman in 2015. He enjoys supporting the students whenever he possibly can.
“They can beautifully do something that I cannot, which is sing, and they readily share it with whoever wants to sit and listen,” Floyd said. “If you attend, you will hear music that not only resonates in your ears, but you can literally feel in your body. What they do goes beyond audible and goes straight to an amazing experience.”
He continued, “These students put as much effort into their performances as do any athletes on campus. They also have outstanding leadership (Deanne and Carole). You will not go wrong attending one of their concerts.”
Admission is $7 for adults, $5 for students (college age and below) and free for Newman students with student I.D.
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