Get creative with Grace Brethren Church
Grace Brethren Church’s next InsideOut Creative Forum will be held 7 p.m. May 26 at the church’s Administration Center, 6675 Worthington-Galena Road, Worthington.
The night will feature an one-act play from the church’s Drama Team called “Tracks” and a short film from Chad Dutka.
TEACHING IN KENYA – Jack Ballard, Ph.D., professor of music / coordinator of music production at Malone University was notified this spring that he has been selected by the J. William Fulbright Scholarship Board to receive a 2012-2013 grant to pursue research in, and teaching of, music production at Daystar University in Nairobi, Kenya.
Ballard will spend six months teaching courses in composition and production, and selected seminars in production and music business.
This marks the fourth Malone University faculty member to be named a Fulbright Scholar in the past eight years.
NEW KEAGGY ALBUM – Phil Keaggy recently released The Cover of Love through Strobie Records. The new CD features a collection of love songs by Keaggy’s favorite artists, including The Beach Boys, Paul McCartney, Elvis Presley and the Moody Blues, as well as a number of new songs co-written by Keaggy.
“This album is a collection of songs that I’ve enjoyed listening to across the years, as well as songs I’ve written or co-written,” Keaggy says of The Cover of Love. “I really wanted to make these available to my friends.”
The Cover of Love is available at philkeaggy.com.
IN CONCERT – Here are several upcoming concerts.
Counting Crows6 p.m., June 23, Lifestyle Communities Pavilion Outdoor Amphitheater, Columbus, $, Call 800-745-3000 to charge tickets
Collingsworth Family June 29, Hartville Kitchen, Hartville, $, Tickets
Evanescence and others4:30 p.m., Aug. 1, Lifestyle Communities Pavilion Outdoor Amphitheater, Columbus, $, Call 800-745-3000 to charge tickets
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