Just for the record

Hobby— Owner Tim Condon took an interest in vinyls as a teen. Lauren Adriance

Speakertree Records owner Tim Condon buys and sells collectible vinyls Music is an art form, a passion and even a hobby. However, when describing music as an art form, most people probably do not think of collecting vinyl records. For Tim Condon, owner of Speakertree records, collecting vinyl is a …

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The boy who never grew up


Alluvion and Academy of Fine Arts partner to premiere Peter Pan prequel How exactly did Peter Pan become “the boy who never grew up?” The answer to this age-old question is revealed in the play “Peter and the Starcatcher,” which opened at the Academy of Fine Arts Thursday, Jan. 15. …

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Music moves

Tune — David Hahn brings experience to his classes. Photo credit: David Hahn

Professor performs in orchestra “I love playing and being in the center of sound, just hearing it. At times I lose my place because it’s so magnificent,” David Hahn, assistant professor of music and worship at Liberty University, said. Hahn participated in the Lynchburg Symphony Orchestra’s (LSO) first concert of …

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Alumna pursues music

farewell — Liberty alumna Jane Marczewski sang at the Canvas in Lynchburg and said goodbye to her fans before leaving Lynchburg for Nashville, Tennessee. Photo credit: Lauren Adriance

Marczewski performs final concert in Lynchburg to thank fans for support It is hard for Jane Marczewski to walk through the Liberty University campus without being recognized. For the Liberty alumna who graduated in 2013, these last moments in Lynchburg are more than simple hellos or a stroll through campus. …

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Score composed in new program

MUSIC — Student have the opportunity to learn new styles of music through the new program. Photo credit: Ana Campbell

Bryan Tang’s composition, ‘Valor,’ is inspired by Colossians 3:23-24 and being triumphant and close to the Lord Liberty University is allowing students to explore their passion for music in a new way starting in the fall of 2014 through the art of composing music for films. According to Dr. David …

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Red Tie positions

MUSIC — Students can build portfolios through the non-profit organization. Photo provided

In 2009, the Red Tie Music Company began offering Liberty University students many different opportunities designed to improve their résumés, and it is now seeking students for summer positions. The organization is called Red Tie, in memory of Jerry Falwell’s favorite tie. Erin Schroeder, a manager at the company, said …

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New school merges two programs

Worship —Worship majors Tyler Daniels (left)  and Sonny Kingsbury (right) practice their guitars. Photo credit: Ruth Bibby

The Center for Worship joined with the Department of Music and Humanities to form the School of Music Enter the Religion Hall across the DeMoss Hall, and you may hear the faint whisper of a guitar strumming in the background. If you follow the sweet melodies further into the building, …

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