The Bethany College Music Department will present a “Night of All Star Jazz” on Thursday, October 6 at 7:30 p.m. in Presser Hall Auditorium. Performing that night will be the
“Recollections”, a concert featuring Bethany College alumni band and choir ensembles will cap-off a weekend full of Homecoming activities in Lindsborg. Bethany’s Homecoming, October 14-16, will celebrate the 135th anniversary
President Will Jones (left) officially dedicates the stage in Presser Auditorium as the Copley Stage. Renamed to honor long-time music professor and Bethany Oratorio Society Director Elmer Copley. On
The Bethany College Department of Music will host a faculty recital on Tuesday, September 20 at 7:30 p.m. in Presser Auditorium. The recital will feature performances by Lillian Green on viola; Dan Masterson on piano; Paula Patterson on flute; Jodi Reese, soprano; Cody Flory Robertson on cello; Ann Samuelson on violin; Melody Steed on organ; and Trent Warbis on trumpet.
Sigma Alpha Iota, the International Women's Music Fraternity, will host a benefit Mother's Day Concert on Sunday, May 8 at 3 p.m. at Bethany Lutheran Church. The concert will feature
Dr. Daniel Masterson, professor of music and department co-chair, attended the Music Teachers National Association Conference held April 2-6 in San Antonio, Texas. Masterson, as the Kansas Music Teachers Association
Former members of the Bethany College Handbell Ensemble will gather on Saturday, April 30 for a day of fellowship and music that will conclude with a concert at 4 p.m. in
The Bethany College Jazz Band, under the direction of Sean Keasling, attended the Wichita Jazz Festival on Friday, April 15. The ensemble will part of a number of attending
Making classical music accessible and enjoyable to all ages is the intent of the Bethany College/Lindsborg Community Orchestra’s upcoming concert on Sunday, April 24 at 4 p.m. in Presser Auditorium.
Completion of the first phase of improvements to Bethany College’s premier performance space, Presser Hall Auditorium, occurred just in time for this year’s Messiah Festival of the Arts concerts and events during Holy Week. A new sound system, completed on March 17, was made possible through a grant from the Rouback Family Foundation. “The experience of all hearing and understanding the speaker’s words wherever one is seated is now possible,” Dan Masterson, co-chair of the Bethany Music Department, said. “This simply was not the case for the former system.”