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Don and Jo Bishop have established an endowed scholarship fund for Conservatory music majors. Mr. Bishop stated, “We’d like the scholarships to go to students who have a real love for Christ and want to use their gifts for God’s glory whether in performance or just in life.”
A new dimension has been added to the Conservatory’s music technology studio. Under the direction of part-time composition faculty member, Neil Argo, the facility has been upgraded to become a comprehensive recording studio.
The new Music in Worship program experienced a rewarding second year and is off and running with its third class of students.
The Music in Worship degree track is presently in its second year. It has attracted students from around the country drawn by the prospect of developing their musical gifts for use in the church. We recently sat down with Kevin Krogstad, a first-year student in the program, to get his thoughts about why he chose the Biola Music in Worship program and reflections on his first semester.
The Conservatory is pleased to announce that the second of two Steinway grand pianos has been purchased.
A group of Music in Worship majors have teamed up to form a highly sought after Biola Youth Ministry outreach band.