Central Christian College of Kansas (CCCK) is excited to announce that Una Voce, the CCCK Concert Choir, has been invited to sing at Carnegie Hall under the direction of Dr. Bradley Vogel in May of 2021. The choir will be performing Dan Forrest’s Requiem for the Living in New York City, in combination with many other choirs from around the country. Previously, members of the CCCK Concert Choir sang at Carnegie Hall in November of 2017, under the direction of Mr. Joseph Martin, where they performed Martin’s debut of Rhapsody in Bluegrass.
Dr. Vogel served at Tabor College for twenty-two years as Professor of Choral Music and Music Department Chair. He previously performed at Carnegie Hall in 2019. His Concert Choir has been selected to perform at the Kansas Music Educators Association State Convention six times, and he has been a guest conductor with the Wichita State University Symphony Orchestra and A Cappella Choir. The company Imagine Music Publishing has published Dr. Vogel’s choral compositions.
This opportunity is also available to CCCK choir alumni and to freshmen entering college in the fall of 2020. If you have a family member that is considering coming to CCCK, music scholarships are available to students to participate in jazz band, ministry team, and choir.
You will have the opportunity to listen and interact with Dr. Bradley Vogel on Monday, February 24th, as the guest of the annual Chaney Music Symposium. He will be directing a mass choir consisting of Una Voce (CCCK Choir) and local Christian high school choirs. The performance will be at 7:00 p.m. that evening in Wesley Black Fine Arts Building, and the event is free to the public.
If you are interested in being a part of the exciting Carnegie Hall experience, please contact Amy Tolle, Director of Choral and Vocal Music, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call at 620-241-0723 ext. 450.
About Central Christian College of Kansas
Central Christian College of Kansas is a four-year collegiate institution that strives to offer Christ-centered education for the whole person – heart, mind, body, and soul. Its history dates back to 1884, and it is located in the friendly town of McPherson, Kansas. Central is a strategically small college that offers over forty areas of residential study and a thriving online program for non-traditional students. To learn more about Central, go to centralchristian.edu/about. To join the music program click here to learn more. To sign up for a campus visit go to preview.centralchristian.edu.