Upcoming Events at Lee University

April 2001
April 19 The O.C. Supertones, featuring Switchfoot and Relient K, will be performing at the Lee University Conn Center on
Thursday, April 19, at 7:00 p.m. For ticket information, please contact Renee Moore or Danny Murray at (423)614-8320.
April 21 THE LEE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC will present “THE BEST OF BROADWAY” on Sunday, April 21, at
7:30 p.m. in the Lee University Dixon Center. The program will feature the Lee University Choral Union, directed by Lonnie
McCalister, the Jazz Ensemble, directed by Alan Wyatt, and the Children’s Chorale, directed by LuAnn Holden. Lonnie McCalister
is the program’s musical director and Danny Murray is producing the program.
Make plans to join the School of Music in celebrating some of the biggest
hits from Broadway. There is sure to be something for everyone with music from some of the most well-known musical composers,
including music by Irving Berlin (“There’s No Business Like Show Business,” “Alexander’s Ragtime Band,” “Puttin’ On the Ritz,”
“Blue Skies,” “Always,” and “God Bless America”), Leonard Bernstein (selections from “West Side Story”), and Andrew Lloyd
Webber (selections from “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat,” “Phantom of the Opera,” “Jesus Christ Superstar” and
For ticket information, please contact the Lee University School of Music at (423)614-8240.
April 29 THE LEE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC will present Arthur Honegger’s “KING DAVID” (Le Roi David), after a
drama by Rene Morax, on Sunday, April 29, at 4:00 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church on North Ocoee Street in Cleveland. The
program will feature the Lee University Chorale, directed by Lonnie McCalister, with narration by Dr. Jim Burns.
Admission is free and the public is invited to this dramatic presentation of “King David.” For more information, please contact the
Lee University School of Music at (423)614-8240.
June 2001 Summer Music, Drama and Art Camp
Lee University will host the 12th Annual Summer Music, Drama and Art Camp June 14-17. This four-day event is open to high
school students age 13-19 who would like to develop their music, drama and art skills for teen talent or other competitions.
Activities will begin on Thursday evening and conclude on Sunday afternoon with a performance at a local church and awards
banquet afterwards.
All participants will have the opportunity to perform solo or with a group. Choirs, orchestras, drama troupes, and individuals may
perform before a clinician. Students may also perform monologues, solos or participate in the art workshops. All performances will
be evaluated by a clinician. Gold, silver, and bronze medals will be awarded for each performance, and ensembles, choirs, and drama
troupes will also receive individual medals.
The cost of the camp is only $65 for those who register and make their payment before May 14th. This includes the camp fee,
recreational activities, workshops, clinics, meals, awards banquet, concerts, and lodging in our dormitories. High school juniors and
seniors will also receive one university credit.
Some of the camp highlights include mass choir and orchestra performances, as well as drama, art and musical workshops and
For more information about the summer camp, contact the School of Music at (423)614-8240 or email at music@leeuniversity.edu.
You may also access the Lee University website at www.leeuniversity.edu and find a link to the registration form.

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