HSU Hosting Lenten Recital Series

Published 03/25 2014 04:04PM

Updated 03/25 2014 04:06PM

Hardin-Simmons University College of Fine Arts cordially invites you to the 2014 Lenten Recital Series.

The series represents a time of meditation and reflection on Christ's passion through music. Lent is a season of spiritual preparation for Christ's suffering during Holy Week and the joy of his resurrection on Easter Sunday.

The congregations represented by these musicians are First Baptist Church, Baker Heights Church of Christ, the Episcopal Church of the Heavenly Rest, First Central Presbyterian Church in Abilene, First United Methodist Church in Eastland, First Baptist Church in Brownwood, First Methodist Church in Hurst, First Presbyterian Church in Breckenridge, and St. Andrew Presbyterian Church in Denton.

These recitals are free and open to public:

April 1 (Tuesday), 12:15-12:50 p.m.
First Baptist Church ♦ 1333 North Third
FBC Adult Ensemble (Loyd Hawthorne, conductor)
Hye-Jean Choi (professor, Hardin-Simmons University) & Rob Carlton (member, First Baptist Church), organ

April 8 (Tuesday), 12:15-12:50 p.m.
Episcopal Church of the Heavenly Rest ♦ 602 Meander
Co-sponsored by the Big Country American Guild of Organists, featuring the members of the chapter.
Larry Wolz, Charles Shelton, Wes Gomer, Dustin Tatro and Joel Tucker, organ

April 17 (Thursday), 11:55am-12:35 p.m.
Logsdon Chapel, Hardin-Simmons University
Logsdon School of Theology Maundy Thursday Service
Rosie Hollingsworth (soprano, HSU) and Hye-Jean Choi (professor, HSU), Jessica Spurgers (student, HSU) and Daniel Smith (student, ACU), organ

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