Rochester College is unveiling a new art program this fall. Students will now be able to take art classes toward a minor or a concentration in art. Also this fall, Rochester College will be offering two additional opportunities for ministry training: urban ministry and worship ministry.
Rochester College’s A Cappella Chorus will present its first concert of the academic year on Tuesday, Oct. 11, at 7:30 p.m. The 36-member chorus will present a program spanning many years, nationalities and styles.
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Rochester College’s theatre department will present You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown, a musical by Clark Gesner and directed by Meredith Gifford, over two weekends in late September and early October.
UnCovered Theatre Company will present Jerry Finnegan's Sister by Jack Neary on the campus of Rochester College August 26-27 and Sept 2-4 and 8-10. The highly acclaimed comedy is at once entertaining, very funny, and, ultimately, touching.
Dr. Joe Bentley, director of the Rochester College A Cappella Chorus, has announced the formation of an alumni chorus. Anyone who sang in the A Cappella Chorus, Concert Chorale, or Chamber Chorale while enrolled at the college is welcome to join.
The Rochester College Board of Trustees, in collaboration with President John Tyson, announces Tyson’s term as president of the College will conclude upon the end of his contract, July 31, 2016.