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APRIL 10: Nyack College Rockland Chorale Spring Concert

Posted by Deborah.Walker on Tuesday March 31, 2015

The Nyack College Rockland County School of Music Spring Concert will be presented on Friday, April 10 at 7:30 p.m. in Pardington Hall, 1 South Boulevard in Nyack, featuring a 30-piece orchestra and the 50-member Chorale.

This free concert will showcase inspiring works such as Samuel Barber’s “Knoxville, Summer of 1915, Beethoven’s “Christ on the Mount of Olives,” and his “Choral Fantasy” and conclude with Isaac Watts’s moving “When I Survey the Wondrous Cross.”

Soloists in this powerful production include Nyack’s Artist in Residence, Prof. Shelley Jameson, soprano; sophomore voice major, Hannah Jang, soprano; Patrick Denniston, tenor; Prof. Joel Jameson, bass; Nyack alumni, Nellie Margarita Santiago, soprano, and Katherine Wiswell, mezzo-soprano. Nyack’s Trio in Residence member, Dr. Tammy Lum, pianist will accompany selections.

Joining Prof. Joel Jameson as conductor is Nyack senior, Jamal Sarikoki.

Sarikoki, a conducting major, has also studied with Dr. Elizabeth Swanson from Nyack’s NYC School of Music and is a perfect example of how mentoring music faculty come alongside students to nurture their talent. Jamal, who will also be a soloist at the School's April 17 concert at Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center says, "Although I am going into the secular world of music as a conductor, I will be grounded in my faith and in the strong education I have received. The professors here at Nyack have all shown me what it's like to be at the top of their field but walk ever close to Jesus."

Currently Jamal serves at Calvary Baptist Church in Manhattan as a conductor and an organist. He was awarded one of two scholarships to study conducting at Bard Conservatory in the fall. Click here to view Sarikoki at work. 

Come and enjoy an evening of spectacular performances in the beautiful Hudson Valley campus of Nyack College.

Admission is free. You won’t want to miss it!

Service With a Smile #NyackCityServe

Posted by Deborah.Walker on Monday March 30, 2015

Nyack College was a participating sponsor of the Luis Palau Evangelistic Association’s CityServe event on Saturday, March 28 in New York City. More than 200 students and 20 faculty/staff spent the day at ten sites in the five boroughs of New York City beautifying homeless shelters, parks, and early childhood centers.

Nyack College teams converged on the boroughs via public transportation and vans that transported volunteers from Nyack's Rockland County campus to the City for clean-up, painting, and general maintenance efforts--the Gospel of love in action demonstrating compassion for the welfare of our communities. Click here and see video by Brent Owens ('16 Education Major) taken at one Salvation Army site.

The following sites benefited from the unified efforts of the Nyack College/Palau Association partnership.

Bedstuyvesant Salvation Army - After School & Early Child Care Center

22 Quincy St, Brooklyn, NY

 

Operation Exodus - After School Program

21 Wadsworth Ave, NY, NY 10033

 

Brownsville Salvation Army - After School Program

280 Riverdale Ave, Brooklyn, NY

 

Betsy Head Park - Brownsville

Dumont Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11212

 

Franklin Salvation Army - Women’s Shelter

1122 Franklin Ave, Bronx, NY 10456

 

Claremont Park

E. 170th Street and Teller Ave, Bronx, NY

 

Springfield Salvation Army - Family Shelter

146-80 Guy R. Brewer Blvd., Jamaica, NY

 

Briarwood Salvation Army - Family Shelter

80-20 134th Street, Jamaica, NY 11435

 

Salvation Army Stapleton

15 Broad St., Staten Island, NY 10304

 

Thompson Park/ West Brighton

77 Alaska St., Staten Island, NY 10310 

To learn more about CityServe and other upcoming events, click here.   

Pianist Johnny Walsh In Concert on Nyack Rockland Campus

Posted by Deborah.Walker on Monday March 30, 2015

Pianist and Nyack alumnus Johnny Walsh will present his concert titled, "Gershwin & Glass: The Year '37 Concert" on Tuesday, March 31, 7:30 p.m. in Nyack College's Pardington Hall on the Rockland County campus, 1 South Blvd in Nyack.  

Concert program will include movements from "The Hours" by Philip Glass, "Three Preludes" by George Gershwin and the evening will culminate with a rousing performance of "Rhapsody in Blue" that you will not want to miss! 

Admission is free. Donations accepted.

For more information, phone 845.675.4688 or click here.

Music Students Minister at Morristown's Market Street Mission

Posted by Deborah.Walker on Saturday March 28, 2015

Dr. Marie Kenote, Nyack Rockland School of Music professor, will take Nyack students to the Market Street Mission, 9 Market Street in Morristown, NJ to present an hour-long program of sacred and classical music during a chapel service on Sunday, March 29 from 6:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m.

Market Street Mission, with its landmark "Jesus Saves" sign, is located just off the historic Morristown Green. This organization has provided outreach to the poor and needy in Northern New Jersey since 1889. It also helps the homeless and poverty-stricken as well as and those who wrestle with addictions by encouraging a Christ-centered life.

This event is open to the public. 

To learn more about the Market Street Mission, click here.

Nyack College Student Research Conference Rockland Campus

Posted by Deborah.Walker on Wednesday March 25, 2015

Dr. Varghese Mathai, Benjamin P. Browne, Chair of Communications at Judson University in Elgin, IL will be the keynote speaker at Nyack's Fourth Annual Student Research Conference on Thursday, March 26 from 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. in Bowman Gymnasium on the Nyack College Rockland campus located at 1 South Blvd., Nyack.

Dr. Mathai holds the Benjamin P. Browne Chair of Communications, named in honor of Judson University’s founder president. Prior to joining Judson, he served sequentially on the English faculties of the University of St. Thomas and of Bethel University, both in Minnesota. At Judson he teaches courses in British Poetry, Literature and Spirituality, African American Literature, and Writing. Dr. Mathai is the founding director of Judson University’s Honors Program.


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