The Central College A Cappella Choir traveled to Brazil to sing in cathedrals and for an archbishop, tour national parks and monuments and share a gift of shoes for Brazilians in need.
The Fringe Festival brought together students in the performing arts to showcase their talents all over campus for a week. The result was zombie plays, lip sync acts and boat races on the Pond.
The Flying Pans will perform on Saturday, May 4 at the Pella Opera House.
The Central College theatre department presents its first Fringe Festival, four days in April that will focus on the arts, including theater, dance, spoken word, music, film and much more
While playing the divided members of the Miller family in “Ah, Wilderness!,” the students of Theatre Central became a close family backstage.
Anne Petrie, professor of music, performed with fellow faculty members, students and family in her annual recital.
On April 20, the percussion ensemble and the Flying Pans Steel Band will join in concert at Percussion Extravaganza.
The Central College A Cappella Choir will tour Brazil in May and work with the Northeast Rotary Club in Sao Paulo to collect shoes for those in need.
Visiting professor of music Diane Phoenix-Neal, an alumna of Juilliard, performed a viola concert of deep emotion in Cox-Snow Recital Hall.
Sophomore Brandon Mennenoh explores the paintings of artist John Preston in the Mills Gallery and is reminded of the beauty of rural life on the family farm.