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Music Department Presents To Sing With the Spirit, A Concert of Choral Music by English Composer John Rutter

March 16, 2005
Category: Events, Music, Students
To Sing With the Spirit, a free concert of music by the famous English Composer John Rutter, will be presented by the Catawba College Choral Department at the College’s Omwake-Dearborn Chapel at 6 p.m. Sunday, April 10, 2005.This performance will feature the Catawba College Chorale, the…
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Catawba Music Department Presents “All That Jazz,” a Concert of Popular and Jazz Favorites

March 16, 2005
Category: Events, Music, Students
The Catawba College Music Department will present the 11th annual Pops Concert on at 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 8, 2005 in the Peeler Crystal Lounge of the Robertson College-Community Center on campus.   All That Jazz is a concert of popular, jazz, and swing selections by the Catawba Singers and…
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Classic Arts Duo featured in Catawba College's Tuesday 515 Music Series

February 23, 2005
Category: Music
The Catawba College Tuesday Music 515 performance for March 15, 2005, will feature The Classic Arts Duo – an innovative pairing of violin and classical guitar.   The free, 30-minute program will begin at 5:15 p.m. in the Omwake Dearborn Chapel on campus and will include selections by such…
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Classic Arts Duo featured in Catawba College's Tuesday 515 Music Series

February 23, 2005
Category: Music
The Catawba College Tuesday Music 515 performance for March 15, 2005, will feature The Classic Arts Duo – an innovative pairing of violin and classical guitar.   The free, 30-minute program will begin at 5:15 p.m. in the Omwake Dearborn Chapel on campus and will include selections by such…
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Labeling Deloris Plays NYC

February 9, 2005
Category: Alumni, Events, Music, Students
Several Catawba College students and their band, Labeling Deloris, played a gig at Arlene’s Grocery in New York City in early January.   And, while they relished that experience, it simply left them wanting more performance opportunities and a wider audience for their original music.  Band…
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