All are invited to attend a free performance of the York College Concert Choir on Sunday, January 24 at 6 p.m. The concert will be held in the auditorium of the East Hill Church of Christ (1122 Delaware Ave, York).During the recent winter break, the choir toured from Wyoming to Missouri performing for audiences in six states. This Sunday they will present their touring repertoire for a home crowd.

The concert will include sacred music in a variety of styles. One notable, crowd-pleasing piece is an arrangement of "Khumbaya" by Soweto Gospel Choir of South Africa.

There is no cost for admission and no tickets or reservations are necessary.

About the York College Concert Choir

The 46-member Concert Choir is the premier performing ensemble at York College.

Members are required to meet a rigid rehearsal schedule and to maintain a minimum GPA. Each year they travel 3,000 – 4,000 miles representing York College. They have performed all across the United States, as well as Canada and Japan.

The choir is comprised of all grade levels and majors, and is highly recognized for their level of choral artistry. The concert choir is under the direction of Dr. Clark Roush, Professor of Music and Endowed Chair for the Performing Arts.

Dr. Roush is in his 30th year as conductor of this group. Dr. Roush is active as a guest clinician, conductor, and adjudicator, and is a published author. He earned his Bachelor’s Degree at Harding University, his masters from the University of Iowa, and his Doctoral degree from the University of Nebraska. Dr. Roush also is a motivational speaker and presenter on leadership, time management, group dynamics, problem solving, and worship renewal.