2014 Concerto Contest Winner

2014 Concerto Contest Winner

Every October Maranatha’s Music Department hosts a concerto contest for interested and qualifying student musicians. Concerto contestants prepare a concerto movement from the Classical period (other selections may be approved by the Concerto Committee). Performing Ferdinand David’s Concertino for Trombone, the 2014 MBU Concerto Contest Winner is Daniel Anderson. Anderson will receive a $100 cash [Continue Reading...]

Watch Livestream of April 22 Band and Orchestra Concert

Watch Livestream of April 22 Band and Orchestra Concert

Maranatha Baptist University’s Symphony Orchestra and Symphonic Band will be performing at Calvary Baptist Church (792 Milford Street) in Watertown, WI on Tuesday, April 22 at 7:00 p.m. If you are unable to attend the concert, a livestream of the program can be viewed here. The program will begin by featuring Maranatha’s 2013-14 Concerto Contest [Continue Reading...]

2013 Concerto Competition Winner

2013 Concerto Competition Winner

Every October, Maranatha’s Music Department hosts a concerto contest for interested and qualifying student musicians. Concerto contestants prepare a memorized movement of a concerto from the Classical period (other selections must  be approved by the Concerto Committee). Maranatha’s music faculty are pleased to announce the following winners: WINNER: Performing Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 2 in [Continue Reading...]

Orchestra Concert Streaming Live Tonight

Orchestra Concert Streaming Live Tonight

Maranatha’s Orchestra Concert is streaming live tonight starting at 7 PM Central. Concerto Contest Winner, Philip Ledgerwood, will be performing as well. For details on attending the concert, click here. Note: There will be commercials inserted (for which we can not control the music, content, etc.), and this link is not viewable on Maranatha’s campus.

2012 Concerto Contest Winner Announced

2012 Concerto Contest: During the fall semester, Maranatha’s Music Department hosts a concerto contest for interested and qualifying student musicians. Concerto contestants prepare a memorized movement of a concerto from the Classical period limited to 15 minutes (other selections must receive approval by the Concerto Committee). Dr. Michelle Clater points out that this particular concerto [Continue Reading...]