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The Song of Lourdes (WMA)
Lourdes offers music instruction as enrichment; as an option which plays a vital part in forming the complete person, one who creates in order to enhance perception. Courses provide opportunities for learning the theory and technique of creating and appreciating music, broadening musical taste and experience, and developing skills and criteria needed to evaluate music and musical performance. The department shares in Lourdes' mission to offer artistic enrichment for the student as a whole and unique person.
The student interested in music may obtain a Bachelor of Arts degree in Interdisciplinary Studies with a concentration in music or a Bachelor of Arts degree with a minor in music.
The Lourdes Chorus is a community chorus open to Lourdes students, faculty, staff, Sisters of St. Francis & the general public. No audition is necessary, just the desire to sing great music with great people! Chorus meets on Wednesdays from 6-8 p.m. in the Franciscan Center. Visit the Lourdes University Chorus page for more information and contact Karen Biscay at firstname.lastname@example.org or 419-824-3772 to join!
Spring Choral Concert Celebrating Cinco de Mayo
Sunday, May 5 in the Franciscan Center
7 p.m. - FREE & open to the public (reception following)
Presented by the Lourdes University Choirs, Karen T. Biscay, director; Olga Topuzova-Meade, accompanist; Miguel Saucedo, collaborator and soloist. Old and new choral works in honor of the 150th anniversary of the Civil War and the signing in 1863 of the Emancipation Proclamation. The evening will feature original sheet-music renditions of songs published during the war by George Root, Daniel Emmett and Patrick Gilmore, new arrangements of other historic songs from the period, a poignant setting of the famous Sullivan Ballou “Dear Sarah” letter, and a new setting of a poem commemorating the death of General Philip Kearny at the Battle of Chantilly in 1862.
Watch the Lourdes Chorus perform "You Raise Me Up."
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