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Famed Company’s Official Organist van Vliet to Perform July 10 on GC’s Unique Johannus

Georgetown, KY –  Andre van Vliet,  the Official Concert Organist of Johannus, will give a free performance of classical works on one of the famed Dutch company’s unique instruments at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday (July 10) in John L. Hill Chapel.

Dr. Daniel “Danny” Tilford ’59, met van Vliet, a native of the Netherlands, when he traveled to Holland […]

By |July 9th, 2012|Uncategorized|Comments Off

Watch Rare 2012 Venus Transit from GC’s ‘Transit of Venus’ Sculpture Today!

Georgetown, KY (June 5) – What better vantage point to watch this afternoon’s astrological phenomenon – the Venus transit – than from an outdoor sculpture on the campus of Georgetown College known as “Transit of Venus.” Better hurry, though, as viewers in the North America hemisphere will see Venus start to cross the sun […]

By |June 5th, 2012|Uncategorized|Comments Off

Director Pete LaRue Expecting Quite a Blast Playing Great American Brass Band Festival

If it weren’t enough to have your band invited to perform at the 2012 Great American Brass Band Festival in Danville (June 7-10), just imagine the thrill of sharing the stage with trumpeter legend Doc Severinsen!

Pete LaRue, director of Georgetown College bands, gets to do both this weekend as the Music Director and Conductor […]

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Johannus Official Concert Organist to Perform July 10

 
Organ Concert
Featuring
Andre van Vliet
Official Concert Organist
Johannus
Ede, Holland
Tuesday, July 10, 2012
7:30 p.m.
John L. Hill Chapel
Georgetown College
400 East College Street
Georgetown, KY
 
Andre van Vliet

Andre van Vliet was born in 1969 in Benschop, the Netherlands. At the age of 9 he had the opportunity to accompany congregational singing in his hometown. His love for French Romantic music was […]

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Georgetown College Education Students Enjoy Unique Opportunity for Study in Brazil

Georgetown College’s Education majors now have the opportunity to spend a semester studying in Brazil with the majority of their expenses covered by a federal grant from the U.S. Department of Education. This study abroad program, entitled, “Diversity: Meeting the Cultural Demands of Education in the 21st Century,” is offered in collaboration with Ashland […]

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