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Worth a Thousand Words
It's hard to believe that the half-way point of MasterWorks 2012 has already come and passed! In light of the familiar phrase, "A picture is worth 1000 words," we decided to give you a classic photoblog, featuring some happenings around campus and on stage.
But before that--back by popular demand--we give you another series of "highlights" from the (approximate) half-way point of MasterWorks:
Without further ado, a photoblog for your perusal:
MasterClasses and coachings have filled many an afternoon, and our performances are all the better because of it. We're so thankful for the godly, talented faculty (like Roger Frisch, pictured above) the Lord brings to MasterWorks each year.
The VISP program has been dedicated to practice, prayer, and insightful MasterClasses with faculty like Faith Esham (above). Don't miss their exciting performances next week!
Sadly, this is the last week for our phenomenal Dance Program. Come see the results of their hard work tonight at 7:30 or tomorrow at 3:00 p.m. at the Warsaw Performing Arts Center! You'll see breathtaking dances from Swan Lake and other classic pieces.
Sunday morning worship services have been significant and memorable times of worshiping Christ as a whole group. From the eveloping sounds of brass ensembles to challenges to take a break from media, we've had quite the variety of uplifting times of growth.
A few crazy storms tore through Winona Lake last weekend, causing many parts of the surrounding communities to lost power for a time. Despite the havoc it brought, the storms didn't prevent MasterWorks performances from happening. Praise the Lord!
And finally, a shot of the our entire (or as close as we can get to entire) MasterWorks family. What a blessed summer it has been so far!
|Praise the Lord!I had such a wonderful time there for the last 9 days.Have a wonderful the rest of MWF 2012.God bless you!|
|Posted by Borah Kang on July 7, 2012 @ 4:07 pm|