Lynelle Johnson to perform with Anderson Symphony

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Lynelle Johnson has been traveling the world for years. Now, after performing across Europe and the United States, the AU alum will be returning to perform at her alma mater with the Anderson Symphony Orchestra Saturday, April 29 in Reardon Auditorium. Johnson, who studied voice performance at AU, has spent… Read more »

Students reflect on NAMM conference in California

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Though success in any industry involves an ability to network, it is especially critical in the entertainment business. That is why, every year, AU takes a small group of students to California for the annual National Association of Music Merchants, or NAMM, conference to meet industry professionals and gain insight… Read more »

Alumnus Kyle Lacy adds to increased chapel variety

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Under the direction of campus pastor Tamara Shelton, AU’s chapel is being shaped toward incorporating new and differing voices. Wih speakers like Becky Tirabassi, Dr. Anne Smith, Mike Clifford and Nina Barnes, the chapel leadership is doing the hard work of introducing speakers and topics that can speak to every… Read more »

Campus bands, The Wldlfe and Dream Chief, find success

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The average college band usually forms around a charismatic lead singer, experiments with some grungy garage sounds as a three-piece and then slowly vanishes over the period months after their first EP release. Every so often, however, a group of artists with mutual interests and equal investment manage to turn… Read more »