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LWC College Singers to Perform Spring Concert Thu 19 Mar
The Lindsey Wilson Singers will perform their "Spring Home Concert" -- which is free and open to the public -- at 7pmCT Thursday, March 19, at Columbia Baptist Church, 201 Greensburg Street, Columbia, KY.
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COLUMBIA, KY - The Lindsey Wilson College Singers will give their annual "Spring Home Concert" on March 19, 2015.
The annual musical event is the symbolic end of the choral group's spring tour. This year, the 32-student choral group's tour included performances at churches and other venues in the Southern and Mid Atlantic region.
The Lindsey Wilson Singers -- who are under the direction of Associate Professor of Music Gerald Chafin and Music Instructor Wansoo Cho -- also took in some of the region's historical sites, including Kitty Hawk, NC, Yorktown, VA, and Washington, DC
Chafin said the tour serves several purposes.
"We plan every tour to be educationally enhancing, relationally rewarding and spiritual sustaining," said Chafin, who has led the Singers on 18 spring tours.
Lindsey Wilson Singer Will Reynolds of Campbellsville, Ky., said one of the more rewarding moments of the tour came on the final day when the choral group performed at a homeless shelter in Baltimore.
"All of the people there got into all the songs we sang, and it was just a perfect concert," he said. "Going on tour is a complete privilege. It's something that no one will ever truly understand unless you go on tour."
Lindsey Wilson senior Bailey Scott of Auburn, Ky., who made her third tour as a Lindsey Wilson Singer, said the spring event has been a special part of her college experience.
"There is such a great family atmosphere, and we get to know one another better, make new connections and come closer together as a family," she said. "And the excitement that everyone shows when they hear us is very empowering and encourages us to remember what we sing for."
Thursday's concert will feature diverse musical styles that are joined together by the Singers' mission.
"The music we will perform will be a large mix of genres -- including classical, gospel and spiritual," said Lindsey WIlson Singer Hannah Warren of Columbia. "There will be both a cappella pieces as well as pieces accompanied by piano, violin and flute. All of it is very worshipful, very focused on Christ and our mission as a choral group."
The Lindsey Wilson Singers
Tenors and Basses
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