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When you get right down to it, this choir’s core is the welcoming of people, a celebration of faith, and an exploration of the heart. As Clyburn puts it, “This is family.”
As the week winds down and campus settles into a lazy Friday afternoon, a throng of students venture to Edmunds Hall. The lights go down, and the familiar chatter of friends catching up on the events of the week fades out. So begins Music at Half Past.
The music department labels these meetings which are held every other Friday at 1:30 p.m. as “PC Music @ Half-Past” or MHP. This series ultimately serves as an avenue for students to gather and enjoy lectures, master classes and/or student-generated recitals.