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“King David” Performed by Choral Society

The Brewton-Parker College Choral Society presented “King David” this past Sunday, April 30 in Saliba Chapel on Brewton-Parker’s main campus. “King David” is a symphonic psalm written by Arthur Honegger, and adapted from a play by Rene Morax. It portrays the story of the life of David from his boyhood as a shepherd to his reign as King of Israel. The Choral Society was accompanied by a 37-piece orchestra and featured solo performances by Brewton-Parker music faculty members Dr. Ben Caston and Stephanie Fort. Maya Hoover, assistant professor of voice at Clayton State University, was also a featured soloist in the performance. Barbara Dean of Eastman was cast as The Witch of Endor and John Dyal of Cobbtown was the narrator. Dr. Mark Bowdidge, assistant professor of music at Brewton-Parker, has served as director of the Choral Society since 2001. (Photo by Ashley Byrd)



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Updated on: April 15, 2010 8:26 PM