Southwestern Christian University’s Creative Arts Department will continue its spring concert series with SCU alum John Bower Campbell this coming Friday.
Campbell will perform with fellow alumni Bekah Delaine Willis and Jerry Gonzalez at 7 p.m. this Friday, April 8, at Collins Chapel and the concert is open to the public. Admission is $5, 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 benefit SCU’s creative arts scholarship fund.
Campbell walked across the SCU graduation stage in the spring of 2015, where he was a Music Performance major, studying guitar and voice. While at SCU, he led the Chapel Band and played with the Pep Band; Campbell also served with the worship band at Frontline Church. Willis studied voice while working on her Music Performance degree at SCU, and Gonzalez was a guitar Music Performance major.
Tickets can be purchased for $5 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.
SCU’s Creative Arts Department plans to continue its concert series in the 2016-17 school year with four concerts each semester.
The Chapel Series: Live at Collins Chapel will continue next fall, offering concerts throughout the academic year featuring local emerging artists, SCU faculty and special guest artists.
For more information on the concert series, contact SCU professor David Roman at email@example.com.
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Posted on Wed, April 6, 2016
by Dana Owens-Delong