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Autumn 2006 | Volume 29, Number 4 | Alumni

Students to Perform in Denver and Phoenix

Spring Tours

DURING SPRING BREAK, March 17–26, the acclaimed 70-member Seattle Pacific University Concert Choir will tour in the Denver, Colorado, area. Meanwhile, the University Players, a seven-member theatre troupe known for performing outstanding short plays for high school and adult audiences, will journey south to Phoenix, Arizona. Performing primarily in schools and churches, the groups provide a Christian ministry while gaining valuable educational experience. They also represent to other regions of the country “the best of what SPU has to offer,” says Choir Director David Anderson.

Tour arrangements are still being finalized, and if you would like your school or church to be considered for the itinerary, or if you are interested in hosting Seattle Pacific students in your home, contact Performing Groups Coordinator Kyle Feldman at 206-281-2933 or


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