“Art is a human activity having for its purpose the transmission to others of the highest and best feelings to which men have risen.” – Count Leo Tolstoy
Involvement in the arts enriches one’s character and contributes to the life of the community. Our historic support of the arts is reflected in the numerous scholarships we offer to students majoring in the arts, or pursuing an interest in arts organization management.
Rhodes MasterSingers Chorale and the Memphis Symphony Orchestra and Chorus will be performing one of the greatest works of all time: Beethoven's Ninth Symphony. Venue: The Cannon Center For ticket information, contact the MSO Box Office at (901) 537-2525 or purchase online at memphissymphony.org
Rhodes MasterSingers (William Skoog, conductor) and the Memphis Symphony Orchestra will perform one of the most inspiring oratorios ever written--"Messiah." Handel's masterpiece is full of drama, emotion and beauty, making it the perfect evening for the entire family.
To purchase tickets, call the MSO Box Office at (901) 537-2525 or order online at memphissymphony.org.
The Rhodes MasterSingers Chorale with the Memphis Symphony Orchestra will perform "An American Requiem" by James DeMars and "Lux Aeterna" by Morten Lauridsen. William Skoog is conductor.
The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. at Evergreen Presbyterian Church (613 University Street) and is sponsored by Rhodes' Mike Curb Institute for Music. Tickets are $15; $10 Rhodes faculty and staff; $5 students with I.D.
This concert will be held at Sanctuary on the Square, 104 N. Rowlett St., in Collierville TN. BealeCanto is a professional men's chamber ensemble, founded in 2012 by Dr. William Skoog, Chair of Music at Rhodes College in Memphis, TN, who serves as the artistic director/conductor. The group was essentially founded from members of the Rhodes College MasterSingers Chorale, and consists of 10 professional musicians all of whom hold advanced degrees in music.
Dr. William Skoog, conductor of the Rhodes Master Singers Chorale, announces auditions for all voice parts for Fall 2014.
Dr. William Skoog will serve as artistic director for this year’s Paris Choral Festival June 30-July 5, 2014.