Music is powerful. It can recall old memories and evoke emotion. Anderson University is renowned for its premier music program, and each year some of the most talented young artists in the country come to Anderson, Ind., to further their education, following in the paths of Christian artists and AU alumni Steven Curtis Chapman, members of The Sidewalk Prophets, and Bill and Gloria Gaither.
Sidewalk Prophets Partners with Anderson University for spring leg of the Prodigal Tour. $20,000 Scholarship
The Anderson University Chorale has received national and international recognition as one of the nation’s premiere collegiate choirs and has performed in concert for several national and regional conferences of the American Choral Directors Association.
When the Byrum Hall curtain at Anderson University rises at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 17 for the Boze Lyric Theatre production of Down in the Valley and The Old Maid and the Thief, it will be the culmination of hundreds of hours of work on the part of the director, cast, and crew.
Anderson Symphony Orchestra Performs Special Centennial Concert April 29: Concert to feature AU alumna Lynelle Jonsson and the Anderson University Chorale
The Anderson Symphony Orchestra (ASO) will celebrate Anderson University’s Centennial at 7:30 p.m. April 29 in Reardon Auditorium on the campus of Anderson University. Anderson University alumna and distinguished soprano Lynelle Jonsson, who dazzled the stage at the ASO Broadway Musical Revue (2015), returns to the ASO with the Anderson University Chorale. Tickets may be purchased through the ASO web site.
Anderson University students earn college credit and valuable life experience while participating in study abroad programs, as well as through service learning, learning communities and internships.
On Dec. 8, the curtain at Byrum Hall will rise on the Anderson University production of Deathtrap by Ira Levin.
The comedy-thriller holds the record for being the longest running Broadway show in its genre and was reprised in the form of a film in 1982.