Live Events from North Park University
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Our mission to prepare students for lives of significance and service extends way beyond the classroom—and way beyond campus. That's why we provide live video webcasts and "social streaming" of as many campus events as we can. We want to bring North Park University to you, no matter where you are.
Below is a list of upcoming events scheduled to be streamed live. All event times listed are Central Time, and live video usually begins 15-30 minutes before the event's start time. Scheduled webcasts are subject to change.
We are also pleased to provide live webcasts of select home athletic events. Please visit our athletics website to learn about upcoming events scheduled to be streamed live.
North Park Theological Seminary Events
2015 Nyvall Lectures with Dr. Jennifer Graber
Thursday, April 16, 9:00 am–Noon
Isaacson Chapel, Nyvall Hall
North Park Theological Seminary welcomes Dr. Jennifer Graber for the 2015 David Nyvall Lectures. Her expertise is in religious transformations in Indian and settler communities in a part of Indian Territory over the course of the nineteenth century. Her lectures will explore religious change among Kiowa Indians and the Anglo-American communities who settled among them in what is now southwest Oklahoma. Learn more.
School of Music Events
Gospel Choir Concert
Saturday, April 11, 7:30 pm
The popular Gospel Choir presents music and praise in the contemporary and traditional
gospel genres. Learn more.
Fourth Annual Chamber Music Competition Showcase
Tuesday, April 14, 7:30 pm
Student groups perform in quartets, duos, trios, and other chamber ensemble combinations
before a panel of guest artist judges. Winners are announced at the end of this evening of
exciting music-making. With works by a diverse array of composers, there is something for
everyone at this concert.
Concert Band Concert
Sunday, April 19, 2:30 pm
Trombonist Audrey Morrison is featured in her own composition Kaleidosonic Suite for
trombone and concert band.
Oratorio: In Memory of All Victims of Hunger, featuring Requiem in D minor, Op. 48, by Gabriel Fauré
Saturday, April 25, 7:30 pm
The University Choir, Chamber Singers, and University Orchestra combine for these beloved
masterpieces. Portions of the Mass in B Minor, BWV 232, by Johann Sebastian Bach, will also
be performed. Pre-concert lecture by Greg Athnos.