CBU Sends Hope and Light Across U.S.
CBU sends Hope and Light across U.S.
RIVERSIDE (June 4, 2012) -Two California Baptist University (CBU) vocal ensembles will perform across the
country this summer. The Hope and Light groups will sing at schools, churches and
camps, presenting a variety of music styles.
In addition, high school and community college students interested in auditioning for the music program at CBU will have the opportunity to do so after the concerts.
The Hope ensemble will travel through eight Western states. CBU students involved with Hope include Leah Alford (leader), Jamie Fischer, Linda Jacoban, Katie Kopitzke, Cameron DeCou, Matthew Kost, Jordan Smith and Ivan Utomo.
The Light performance group will travel across 16 eastern states. Performing with Light are Ben Halsne (leader), Evan Lo, Kelsey Doolittle, Shaylene Judson, Megan Lopez, Meghan Ostrosky and Jeyeon Kim.
Both ensembles left the CBU campus on June 5th for eight-week tours. Itineraries for the groups can be accessed on CBU's website: view the Hope group's itinerary at http://musicweb.calbaptist.edu/itin/Hope.pdf; the Light ensemble's itinerary is at http://musicweb.calbaptist.edu/itin/Light.pdf.
Small groups from the Shelby and Ferne Collinsworth School of Music at CBU perform in various venues several times each month throughout the year. The six- to nine-person ensembles are student-led and feature a commitment to music ministry.