Salvation Army band and choir performance Nov. 14
WILMORE, KY—The Brass Band and Choir of The Salvation Army Student Fellowship from Asbury College will present a free, 90-minute sacred concert, Saturday, Nov. 14 at 7 p.m., at St Mark’s United Methodist Church, 100 N. State Road 42, Bloomington, IN 47408-4298.
The excellent 30-piece British-style brass band and 28-voiced mixed choir will offer a wide range of both traditional Christian music and more contemporary sounds. Also, performing will be the SASF Timbrel Brigade and young musicians from The Salvation Army Bloomington, Ind., Corps’ youth music program. The pastors of The Salvation Army in Bloomington, Ind., Jonathan and Catherine Fitzgerald, are Asbury College graduates and alumni of these musical ensembles.
Drs. Ronald and Beatrice Holz, both members of the music department at Asbury College, direct the groups. Joining them are the SASF Student Center directors, Major Michael and Cathy Himes. Also traveling and performing with the band will be Professor Emeritus James Curnow, one of America’s leading composers of wind and brass music. Several of his outstanding pieces will be performed that evening.
For more information, call 812-336-4310.