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.
Unlike most exhibits, this one was not a competition but rather a celebration of community, art, and the fellowship amongst all the area artists.
This show reminds one of Whose Line is it Anyways with Drew Carey but the only difference is I actually laughed at the Improv show.
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.
I sat down with PC’s new band director Dr. Richard House to find out about his past experience and what his hopes are for the future of PC’s bands.
Stories are an inescapably integral aspect of culture as they are so much more than amusement and a way to pass the time, but rather, a common thread that brings us together as a people.