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A music-filled weekend

A music-filled weekend

November 11, 2009

Senior recitals allow music majors to display talents gained over four years

by DiAndre NevilleStaff Writer

April 8, 2009

Filed under Entertainment, Uncategorized

As final's week approaches, most seniors are just looking to get through their last semester of college while maintaining their sanity. But for seniors in the Simpson College music department, however, they still have one mor...

Music fraternities hit the right note with students

by Sarah KellerStaff Writer

March 18, 2009

Filed under Entertainment, Uncategorized

Many students are getting involved in Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia and Mu Phi Epsilon, professional fraternities available to music majors on campus. Mu Phi Epsilon is a fraternity open to women on campus that have majors or minors in music, whil...

Music Department to present Lessons and Carols Sunday

by Amy HaugeStaff Writer

December 3, 2008

Filed under Entertainment, Uncategorized

Simpson's music department will host its annual holiday event, Lessons and Carols, on Dec. 7 with services at 2 and 5 p.m. in Smith Chapel. "It's a wonderful way to kick off the holidays before finals," Tim McMillin, choir director and ...

Simpson music department to present humorous double bill

by Amy HaugeStaff Writer

October 9, 2008

Filed under Entertainment, Uncategorized

Simpson's music department will present a double bill of two-one act opera shows this fall: Prima Donna by Arthur Benjamin, and Il Campanello (The Night Bell) by Gaetano Donizetti. The double bill opens on Friday, Oct. 10 with curt...

From Motown to musicals: Campus groups belt it out at All College Sing

by Stacey MagnesonStaff Writer

April 2, 2008

Filed under Entertainment, Uncategorized

This was the 60th year for the All College Sing at Simpson. While there have been some years where the even didn't take place, it still has been a long-running tradition since 1948. This year's event took place on Thursday, M...