“Operation Auca,” the theme of Fall Fest 2015, proved to be an effective reminder of the need to live a life fully devoted to God. With the combination of all three choirs, small ensembles, solos, and dramatic narrative, “Operation Auca” told the powerful story of five missionaries who lost their lives while reaching Ecuador with [Continue Reading…]
The “Miracle of Maranatha” directed by Mrs. Angela Morris is now available below for viewing. The “Miracle of Maranatha” focuses on God’s providential hand and abundant provision during Maranatha’s founding years. The narrative about the miracles and milestones is interspersed with beautiful choir and orchestra numbers, many of which were arranged by Dr. Monty Budahl. [Continue Reading…]
On Friday, October 17 at 7:00, click here to watch Maranatha’s 2014 “Miracle of Maranatha” performance. The mbu.edu/live link will be activated on Friday evening before the event begins. If you enjoy hearing Maranatha’s school song, watching Dr. Budahl, Dr. Ledgerwood, and Dr. Brown conduct, and listening to Maranatha’s choirs prepare, click here for a sneak [Continue Reading…]
Watch Maranatha musicians preparing for next week’s Fall Festival on October 17 at 7:00 PM. Subscribers, click here to view the sneak peek.
“SACRED MASTERWORKS—Past and Present” was the theme of Maranatha’s 2012 Fall Festival program. The combined choirs and symphony orchestra presented past masterworks of sacred choral symphonic literature including works of Mozart, Brahms, Faure, and Handel. Present sacred gems included Praise, My Soul, the King of Heaven arranged by Lopez & Lynch, Holy, Holy, Holy arranged [Continue Reading…]
“SACRED MASTERWORKS—Past and Present” “SACRED MASTERWORKS—Past and Present” is the theme of the Fall Festival program Friday, October 26, 2012 at 7:00 PM in the Gym at Maranatha. The combined choirs and symphony orchestra will be presenting past masterworks of sacred choral symphonic literature including works of Mozart, Brahms, Faure, and Handel. Present sacred gems include [Continue Reading…]