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Sep
6
Thu
Andrew Peterson @ Mary B. Martin Auditorium
Sep 6 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Andrew Peterson has used his creativity as a songwriter, novelist, filmmaker, and non-profit organizer to turn fans towards eternal things. His poetic and theologically rich music is honest, sometimes painful, ever restless, ever hopeful, and ever human. Peterson’s latest album is Resurrection Letters, Vol. 1. This event is co-sponsored by SGA and the Milligan Arts Council. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. The event is FREE and open to the public, but tickets are required. For tickets, visit www.milligan.edu/andrewpeterson.

Sep
30
Sun
Milligan Concert Choir and Orchestra @ Gray United Methodist Church
Sep 30 @ 11:00 am

The Milligan College Concert Choir and Orchestra will provide the music for an all music worship service at Gray United Methodist Church in Gray, Tennessee, on Sunday, September 30, at 11 a.m. Gray United Methodist Church is located at 2108 Oak St., Gray, Tennessee, 37615. For more information about this worship event, call 423.477.3792, or visit www.grayumc.org.

Oct
27
Sat
“Golden Oldies” Homecoming Concert @ Seeger Chapel
Oct 27 @ 3:30 pm

The Milligan Music Department will present a short, family-friendly concert that showcases the great hit songs of the 50s, 60s, and 70s, from iconic artists such as the Beach Boys, Elvis, and The Beatles. Featured songs include “I Can’t Help Falling in Love with You,” “Eleanor Rigby,” and “Good Vibrations,” performed by the Milligan’s Concert Choir, Women’s Chorale, Heritage, Heard Mentality, and Orchestra.

Nov
3
Sat
“Baroque, The Beatles, and Bernstein” – Milligan Orchestra Concert @ Seeger Chapel
Nov 3 @ 7:30 pm

The Milligan College Orchestra, under the direction of Dr. Kellie Brown, will present a fall concert featuring an eclectic array of string works from the Italian Baroque master Vivaldi to the classics of the British Invasion. Milligan guitar professor James West will perform Vivaldi’s Guitar Concerto in C Major, and the orchestra will showcase the timeless tunes of The Beatles, including “Yesterday” and “Eleanor Rigby.” The highlight of the evening will be a celebration of the 100th anniversary of the birth of the iconic American composer Leonard Bernstein, which will coincide with concerts that have been dedicated to him throughout the world in 2018. The orchestra will perform excerpts from his concert works, such as “Simple Song,” “Cakewalk,” and “Danzon.” Bernstein’s beloved music from West Side Story will bring excitement through the vivacious rhythms and tunes of “Mamba,” “America,” and “Tonight.” Milligan vocal professors Dr. Carrie Klofach and Dr. Noah DeLong will join the orchestra to sing two of Bernstein’s most beautiful songs: “One Hand, One Heart” from West Side Story and “Make Our Garden Grow” from Candide.

Dec
1
Sat
Milligan College Christmas Concert @ Seeger Chapel
Dec 1 @ 7:30 pm

The glorious sounds and sights of the season will be a great start to your Christmas festivities as the Milligan Music Department presents its annual Christmas concert. The performance will feature choirs, orchestra, and the organ in the beautifully decorated Mary B. Martin Auditorium of Seeger Memorial Chapel. The evening will also include a carol sing-along and will conclude with a moving candle-lighting and singing of “Silent Night.” The concert is free, but an offering with a suggested donation of $5 will be taken to benefit the Milligan music program.

Dec
2
Sun
Milligan College Christmas Concert @ Seeger Chapel
Dec 2 @ 7:30 pm

The glorious sounds and sights of the season will be a great start to your Christmas festivities as the Milligan Music Department presents its annual Christmas concert. The performance will feature choirs, orchestra, and the organ in the beautifully decorated Mary B. Martin Auditorium of Seeger Memorial Chapel. The evening will also include a carol sing-along and will conclude with a moving candle-lighting and singing of “Silent Night.” The concert is free, but an offering with a suggested donation of $5 will be taken to benefit the Milligan music program.

Feb
2
Sat
Men in Song and Women in Song Choral Festival @ Seeger Chapel
Feb 2 all-day
Men in Song and Women in Song Choral Festival @ Seeger Chapel

After several successful years, the Men in Song and Women in Song Choral Festivals are now combined into one great weekend of singing. This one-day festival, jointly sponsored with ETSU, is open to singers of any age from high school through adult. The men’s festival choir will be led by Dr. Noah DeLong from Milligan and Dr. Alan Stevens from ETSU, and we will welcome a special guest conductor to lead the women’s festival choir. Participants will have the opportunity to fellowship with other singers, build confidence in their vocal abilities, and learn new music to perform in a public concert. The finale concert will include performances by Milligan and ETSU vocal ensembles along with the men’s and women’s festival choirs. Festival registration is $15 for adults, and the finale concert is free and open to the public

Men in Song and Women in Song Finale Concert @ Seeger Chapel
Feb 2 @ 7:30 pm
Men in Song and Women in Song Finale Concert @ Seeger Chapel

The finale concert will include performances by Milligan and ETSU vocal ensembles along with the men’s and women’s festival choirs. Festival registration is $15 for adults, and the finale concert is free and open to the public

Feb
23
Sat
Robert Weber, Senior Voice Recital @ Seeger Chapel
Feb 23 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Vocal Performance major Robert Weber from Jonesborough, TN, will present a senior voice recital. The program will include works from “Let Us Garland Bring” by Gerald Finzi, as well as pieces by Brahms, Chausson, Puccini, and others. Weber has been an active member of Milligan’s music program, performing in the Concert Choir and Heritage for many years, and is also double majoring in Biology.

Mar
17
Sun
“I Lift My Eyes” – Concert Choir Home Tour Concert @ Seeger Chapel
Mar 17 @ 3:00 pm

Join the Milligan Concert Choir as they cap their choir tour with a home concert in beautiful Seeger Chapel. Conducted by Dr. Noah DeLong, the choir will present songs of trust and assurance in an uplifting program inspired by Psalm 121. Concert selections will include “He Watching Over Israel” from Mendelssohn’s Elijah, “My Soul’s Been Anchored in the Lord” by Moses Hogan, “I Will Lift My Eyes” by Jake Runestad, and many more.