GEORGETOWN, KY – The Georgetown College Chorale makes stops in Covington and Carlisle on March 2-3 before completing its “But We Trust in the Lord” Spring Tour 2013 with a home concert in Hill Chapel on Monday, March 4.
First stop is 2 p.m. March 2 at the assisted living facility Baptist Towers, 800 Highlands Avenue, Covington, an affiliate of the Kentucky Baptist Convention. The Chorale will then be featured Sunday, March 3, at the 10:45 a.m. service of Latonia Baptist Church, 3800 Church Street in Covington. That Sunday evening, the Chorale will present a 6 o’clock program for the congregation of First Baptist Church, 345 N. Locust Street, in Carlisle. The public is invited to attend the Sunday services.
The Chorale’s musical offerings, under the direction of Dr. John Campbell, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Music, feature three selections from Mendelssohn’s oratorio Elijah. Other highlights include Dr. Campbell’s new edition of “O magnum mysterium” by Tomas Luis de Victoria, and a deciphered and imaginatively set in modern a cappella style performance of the only surviving tune by Leonardo da Vinci.
Five student conductors will be featured. They are Bekah Bowery, Covington; Nathan Van Til, Georgetown; Elizabeth Maines, Georgetown; Meredith Rigby, Ypsilanti, Michigan all class of 2013, and Caitlin Knox, class of 2014, of Florence.
The Chorale concludes its Spring Tour with a concert in John L. Hill Chapel. The Monday, March 4, 8 p.m. performance is free and open to the public as well.