Arts & Entertainment




Campus Times
October 22, 2004


photo by Gloria Diaz

“Music of the USA” was the theme for the choir concerts on Friday and Saturday. Sophomore Chelsea Boyd, freshman Ashley Miguel along with the rest of the choir, which entertained audiences with a number of American classics. “Route 66,” written by Bobby Troup, “Amazing Grace,” written by John Newton, and “That Old House is Ha’nted,” written by Jester Hairston, were among the choir’s repertoire. Associate professor of music, Scott Farthing, managed the concert, as well as conducted the ensemble.


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