Southwestern Christian University’s Creative Arts Department will kick off its spring concert series with local singer-songwriter Saige Cross on Jan. 29.
The concert will take place at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 29, at Collins Chapel and is open to the public. Admission is $10, while SCU students can attend for free with a valid SCU ID.
The concert series was created to feature a mix of SCU music faculty and up-and-coming local artists. Proceeds from the series will befit SCU’s creative arts scholarship fund.
Cross, an Oklahoma City-based artist, recently released his his debut album, Weather Ballon. He was chosen by the Oklahoma Film and Music Office as its music artist of the month last August. Cross recently sold out his debut concert, and opened for multi-state touring band, Seryn.
For more on Cross visit his website or follow him on his various social media platforms.
Tickets can be purchased for $10 at the door, or online here. To purchase online tickets, select "Music" in the "Gift Description" drop-down menu, and enter "Creative Arts Concert Series" in the "Giving on Behalf of" text box as shown in the example below. Present your emailed receipt at the door to gain entrance.
The second concert in the series will take place Feb. 12. It will feature SCU's own Dr. Roxane LaCombe, with professor Becky Roman as accompanist, and members of the University Chorale performing. The concert will feature songs related to Valentine's Day as well as Songs for a Loving Savior.
SCU’s Creative Arts Department plans to continue its concert series in the 2016-17 school year with four concerts each semester.
For more information on the concert series, contact SCU professor David Roman at email@example.com.
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Posted on Wed, January 20, 2016
by Matt Stephens