April Events Bring May Flowers

Written by Whitney Vitt. Media by Stephanie Rodriguez. [divide]

Source: GC Cheerleading Facebook page
Source: GC Cheerleading Facebook page

If you’re looking for some events to attend in the next few weeks, here are some options that different groups on campus are putting together!

April 1: GC Cheer and Mascot Tryouts @ 5 p.m. in the REC Center

“Are you interested in being a part of the most spirited program on campus? GC Cheer will host tryouts for CHEER and MASCOT on April 1-2, 2016. Scholarships available! Contact Coach Sean at 664-6639 or cheer@greenville.edu.”

April 1: Mini Golf For Fools @ 7 p.m. outside Ruby E. Library

Hosted by GCSA: “Join us for Mini Golf for Fools in the library! Different groups on campus will host each goofy hole across all levels of the library! You won’t want to miss this great and fun mini golf experience!”

April 1: Lab Bands Concert @ 9 p.m. in the Blackroom

The band Tyler Bradford Wright performs using their own songwriting and a little southern charm. This band will be opened by All Against One – an alternative rock band.

April 2: Lab Bands Concert @ 9 p.m. in the Blackroom

TGI is a band that brings ironic love lyrics, electronic backing tracks and electric guitars.

April 4: Rock Ensemble Concert @ 7 p.m. in the Blackroom

The Rock Ensemble Concert presents decades of music in one night!

Source: Joyous Chaos Facebook page
Source: Joyous Chaos Facebook page

April 4: Improv @ 9:30 p.m. in LaDue

Joyous Chaos will be performing multiple impromptu skits and games for your entertainment. This night will be full of laughter and audience participation.

April 6: Greenville Career Fair @ 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in the Rec Center

Greenville College is teaming up with the Greenville Chamber of Commerce for a free on-campus event that provides students and community members with the opportunity to connect with potential employers. The Greenville Career Fair could possibly create internships, full-time jobs and great experiences. Students should dress professionally and bring plenty of resumes.

April 6: Yellow House @ 8:30 p.m. in La Casa Cultural

This will be an open mic event to share students’ writing, art and music. Poetry, short stories and essays will be read along with guitar and vocal pieces. Art and graphic designs will be on display and artists will be able to share their inspiration for the pieces. It’s hosted by the Scriblerus, so go out and support another student publication!

April 8: Fusion and Singer/Songwriter Concert @ 7 p.m. in the Blackroom

Original songs will be performed by singers and songwriters, along will well-known tunes performed by the Fusion Ensemble.

April 10: One Hit Wonders @ 7 p.m. in the Blackroom

“The One Hit Wonders are back! We are calling all musicians to submit their name and primary instrument to this page and the coordinating team will put all the musicians into bands on Friday, April 8th at 7 p.m. At that time, we will also release the one hit wonder songs (different than last year’s performances) and the bands will decide 1 or 2 songs they would like to perform. Then the bands will have 48 hours to learn practice and perfect each song and hopefully be ready to perform them on Sunday, April 10th at 7 p.m. in the Blackroom.”

Source: kilesmith.com
Source: kilesmith.com

April 14: Schoenhals Symposium Concert @ 7 p.m. in the Whitlock Music Center

Kile Smith, award-winning Philadelphia composer, will perform a concert for Greenville College’s annual Schoenhals Fine Arts Symposium in the James E. Wilson Recital Hall. “On Friday, April 15 Mr. Smith will also be speaking in the College Chapel at 9:30 a.m. and giving a composition master class at 2:30 p.m.  All of these events will take place in the James E. Wilson Recital Hall located in the Whitlock Music Center at the corner of Elm Street and College Avenue.”

April 24: Spring Choral Concert @ 3:30 p.m. in the Union United Methodist Church (Belleville)

Greenville College Choir and Chamber Singers will come together with the Southwestern Illinois College Chamber Singers and St. Louis organist, Andrew Peters, for the performance of French composer Maurice Durufle’s Requiem.




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