Make plans to attend a concert or two (or three) this week

Looking for a fun evening of entertainment? Come out to any one of three concerts being held in Bauman Auditorium this week!

On Thursday, Nov. 2, the school’s Symphonic Band will perform at 7:30 p.m. under the direction of Dick Elliott. Selections include pieces by Robert Shelton (Velocity), Gary Gilroy (Four Dance Episodes), John Williams (For the President’s Own) and Julie Giroux (Hymn for the Innocent). Admission is free.

Two days later, on Saturday, Nov. 4, a free Fall Choir Concert will take place at 7:30 p.m., featuring a selection of the school’s choirs.

The following evening, on Sunday, Nov. 5, a special Organ Hymn Festival Concert, featuring internationally known organist Dan Miller in addition to the university’s Brass Ensemble and Concert Choir, is scheduled for a 6 p.m. start. Pieces scheduled to be performed include Holy, Holy, HolyGreat is Thy FaithfulnessO God Our Help in Ages PastThe Battle Hymn of the RepublicBe Thou My Vision, and I Have Decided to Follow Jesus.

Tickets for the Organ Hymn Festival are $5, with all proceeds going toward supporting the George Fox Auxiliary’s Student Scholarship Fund. Tickets may be purchased online at

Contact Debbie Hawblitzel ( if you have any questions.

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