Performances and Exhibits
The following are some of the performances and exhibits of faculty members at Andrews University. A list of all the 2013 performances and exhibits can be found under Faculty Performances and Exhibitions
The Passion According to Matthew
The Department of Music presented a fully-staged performance of J.S. Bach’s masterpiece, The Passion According to Matthew, on April 18 and 19 at 7 pm at the Howard Peforming Arts Center. Blending amazing music, probing words sung in English, and a modern staging allowed for a fresh and deeply spiritual encounter with this well-known story. View more information
Music Professor Performs in Europe
New to the Andrews University faculty, Charles Reid, classical performer of opera and oratorio, has already demonstrated his immense talent by currently singing Don José in Georges Bizet’s opera “Carmen” at Theaterhagen in Hagen, Germany. Commuting between performances and the Andrews campus, Reid serves as associate professor and artist-in-residence as well as coordinator of vocal studies for the Department of Music. View Article
A sample of the performance can be viewed on YouTube.