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CBC Chapel Choir to present "Elijah" Featured solists include James McKinney, baritone. Mrs. Helen Walker, soprano; Jeanne Kolo- sick, contralto; and Ervin Sapp, tenor. McKinney, Dean of the School of Church Music at Southwestern Seminary, has performed with the Fort Worth Symphony, Shreve- port Symphony, and Beaumont, Texas Symphony. He has performed Amahl and the Night Visitors in two television performances. Well known as a voice teacher, he has been called the "teacher of voice teachers". McKinney is a member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing and Music Teachers National Association. He is a nephew of the late B.B. McKinney, the founder of the Southern Baptist Church Music Department. Mrs. Walker, director of the Les Chanteuses, has performed oratorios and recital sin many churches is Southern California. She appeared as soprano soloist in chapel choir performances of Haydn's Creation and Brahms' Requiem. She received a Masters degree from the University of Redlands, and was a student of Laura Henderson. Mendelssohn's "Elijah" will be performed by the 101 voice chapel choir, Tuesday, April 23, at 8 p.m. in the Van Dyne Field House. The choir will be accompanied by a 40 piece orchestra both under the direction of Curtis L. Cheek. Fiesta Planned CBC's Young Democrats, in keeping with their normally busy schedule, are planning another activity for April. This new project is a banquet which will take place Friday, April 27. It will be held in the Van Dyne Field House, at 6 p.m. One of the highlights of the banquet will be a Mexican Fiesta dinner. Several hundred people are expected to attend, including various democratic candidates from the area. Those who would like more information on the banquet and other activities of the Young Democrats should contact Mrs. Dorothy Argow, Jolene New, or Al Wagner. Bray and Evans to hold recitals In fulfillment of the requirement for a B.A. degree, with a major in music, Jim Bray and Ken Evans will present their senior recitals this month. Evans will be performing Monday, April 29, in the Book of Life Building. His pieces will include an Italian Aria from La Traviata entitled "Di Provenza il mar"; Thy Glorious Deeds" from Samson and "Rejoice, Oh Judah! from Judas Maccabeus both by Handel; I'll Sail Upon the Dog Star", "Bacchus Ever Fair and Young", and "Next Winter Comes Slowly" by Purcell; Brahmn's "Vier Ernste Ge- sange"; and a group of six scriptural songs by Doorak. His performance will begin at 8 p.m. Bray will be giving his recital Tuesday, April 30, also in the Book of Life Building at 8 p.m. His concert will be composed of five sections, the first of which will include three Arias: "Every Valley" by Handel. "Native Worth" by Haydn, and "If With All Your Heart'' by Mendelssohn. The second section will contain five German sacred songs by Schuetz. His next group will be four German songs by Schubert: "Die Forelle", "Lebe Wohl", "An Den Mond" and "Heidenroselien". Following this Bray will offer a set of five Greek folk songs by Ravel; and will conclude with four songs from a collection called "Travel Songs" by Vaughan Williams including "Vagabond", "Roadside Fire ' "Bright is the Ring", and "In Dreams". Bray, who is a student of Mike Malek, will be accompanied by Betty Ann Park. Sapp, a choir master at All- Saints Episcopal Church, in Riverside, maintains a private voice studio. He has performed with the Redlands Community Symphony, Cal State San Bernardino Symphony and numerous other concert appearances in the Inland Empire.. , He studied with Frank Tavagelione. Miss Kolosick is a senior voice student here at CBC. She has been soloist in the oratorios, Messiah and Conversion of St. Paul. The chapel choir was organized by Dr. Cheek as a group to perform annually two major works with orchestra. Past performances include: Conversion of St. Paul, Hodie, The Creation, Requiem, Messiah, Magnificat, and The Christmas Story. IMPERIALS TO APPEAR. The Imperials, 1969 number one gospel group will appear in concert, May 3 at 7:30 p.m. at the Arlington Foursquare Church. Sponsored by ASB, tickets costing $2 may be purchased at the Dean of Student Affairs Office. Psalm 150 will perform also. CSM plans officer election, installation Campus Student Ministries is holding its annual election of officers Thursday and Friday. Candidates have been interviewed by the nominating committee led by Song Monroe, CSM Executive Committee member. Others on the committee representing various areas of campus life are: Terry Knight, Kent Hinton, Debbie Murphey, Vickie Rudd, Dar- rel Walker. Candidates have been contacted and names appear on the ballot for the offices of: President, Vice - President, Growth Chairman, international Student Chairman, Ministry Chairman, Outreach (missions) Chairman, Study Chairman, and Witness Chairman.- All students are encouraged to vote for the candidates of their choice when the polls are open today and tomorrow. Write-in voting is permitted. Polls will be open both election days at 8:30 a.m. and will close at approximately 3 p.m. Those who are elected will be installed Thursday, April 25, at 7:30 p.m., in the Wallace build- Gay 90's Festival to be held May 2 The ASB is sponsoring a "Gay 90's Festival" on Thursday, May 2. It is being held in response to the many requests by students for an activity during the spring semester that would be similar to the Yule. The purpose of the Festival is for everyone to dress as they did in the 1890's: girls in long dresses and high-button shoes, carrying parasols and nose-gays; and guys wearing colored shirts, spats on their shoes, straw hats and garters. The Gay 90's Festival will be held at the Chicken House in Knott's Berry Farm. It will begin at 6:30 p.m. The cost will be $4.00 per person. This cost includes a chicken dinner and the entertainment. Students are encouraged to go stag as well as in couples. If in addition to the dinner you would like to go into Knott's Berry Farm itself, you must go in the afternoon because Ghost Town closes at 6:30 p.m. Group V-P run-off to be held This year more than half of the student body participated in ASB elections. Lonnie Halley, current ASB president, says, 'This is by far one of the greatest turnouts we have ever had." The total number of votes was 325, better than last year's. Hal- ley says that it was not difficult to get candidates this time. A number of concerned students picked up the petitions that were made available in advance. More students were interested in running for offices and things also ran more smoothly this year. Before the election, the ASB held a candidates' general meet ing where the qualities, incentives and dos and don'ts of an officer were discussed. Afterthe election, another Leadership Conference was held on Saturday, April 6. In this conference the newly elected student officers were shown a movie about decision making and group thinking. Two CBC faculty members, Gary Collins and Stephen Carleton, spoke on "LeadershipCommuni- cation and Structural School, Theory vs. Reality". The newly elected officers are ASB President, Rick Durst; Secretary, Debby Murphey: Social Chairman, Char I een Manzoni. Run-off elections will be held Thursday and Friday for the office of Vice President. The contenders are Bob Wilson and Tim Newman. Halley feels that this year's election was very well organized. He said there was little or no after-complaint, which indicates that the students were satisfied with the manner in which they were carried out. Coming Soon. . . Marble Tourney, Penny and Teeter-Totters! Liner, tickets will be on sale when you buy your Festival tickets for $3.90 per person. This includes gate admission and six amusements inside the park. Pictures will be taken inside the park for those who want them. Tickets are on sale only until April 25. There will benotickets sold at a later date than this. TUESDAY CLASS All students are invited to attend a Discipleship Class every Tuesday night at 7:30 in Room 244. Rick Warren is the teacher. ing. The installation isa "dress- up" affair to which those being honored invite personally their friends and families. The entire campus community is invited to attend, however. The installation program theme is "In Spirit. . . In Truth" and will feature the dedication of those students who have been appointed to positions of summer service as well as installation of the new CSM officers. Special features of the program will be led by musicians and by Willie Olsen, ventriloquist. The challenge to the summer missionaries will be brought by Dr. A.J. Roddy, CBC professor of modern language, and the charge to the new officers will be delivered by Bob Ful- mer, Assistant Professor of Psychology at CBC. The missionaries and officers will be presented by Joe Cutsinger, assisted by the 1973-1974 Executive Committee. A reception will follow the installation service. A.S.B. plans sexuality seminar Do you wish to know more about "Human Response and Responsibility"? Sessions on this broad subject will be held at the Wallace building on May 4 at 11 a.m. The program will open with a keynote speaker, possibly from Golden Gate Seminary. There will be a lunch break and discussion time at 12 p.m. The speaker at 1 p;m. will be Matthew Bogaraton, who will speak on venereal disease. Miss Tony Caldicott will speak on sexual responsibility at 2 p.m. Sergeant Shiverly of the Riverside Police Department will speak on rape at the 3 p.m. session. Dinner will be served from 4-5 p.m. with a film festival following from 6 to 9 p.m. This program is sponsored by the A.S.B., and is free of charge.
|Title||The Banner - April 19, 1974|
|Subject||California Baptist University -- Students -- Periodicals. College student newspapers and periodicals -- California.|
|Description||The Banner is the student newspaper of California Baptist University. It has been in continuous publication since 1952.'|
|Creator||California Baptist University|
|Date||April 19 1974|
|Rights||Copyright California Baptist University. All Rights Reserved.|