(pronounced: seg-wey): to make a transition from one thing to another smoothly.
Segue is a one day, high-energy event for youth choirs who are transitioning to the next level of ministry. Music selections are very accessible for beginning and intermediate level choirs. This experience will provide the interaction and inspiration students need to launch their choir ministry to the “next level.”
Dr. Aaron Jackson
Minister of Music and Worship, Christ Baptist Church, Raleigh, NC
Festival Music List
To be purchased and learned in advance of Festival.
A Mighty Fortress – Mark Patterson
SATB (JWPepper #8058994)
Now Thank We All Our God – arr. Rosewall
2 Part (JWPepper # 10009781)
Praise His Holy Name – Keith Hampton
SAM (JWPepper # 3168358)
Lord of the Small– Dan Forrest
SATB (JWPepper #10094689)
Cantate Deo – Mayo
3 Part (JWPepper # 10044250)
Advent Processional – Daniel Grieg
SATB (JWPepper # 10516375)
Music selections will be performed by memory in the Festival Concert at 6:00 PM in Butler Chapel. Parents and friends are invited to attend.
About Dr. Aaron Jackson
Aaron joined the Christ Baptist staff in September 2008. As the Minister of Music and Worship he oversees a comprehensive music ministry which includes both choral and instrumental ensembles. In addition to ministry responsibilities, Aaron serves as an adjunct professor of music at Campbell University and appears regularly as a guest choral clinician and adjudicator. He also holds leadership roles in both North Carolina and Southern Division American Choral Directors Association (ACDA).
Aaron holds a Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Choral Conducting from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, a Master of Church Music from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, and a Bachelor of Arts from Campbell University.
Registration Fee: $100 per church
Participant Fee: $35 per student or adult
Church Registration Deadline: December 30, 2018
Student/Participant Registration Deadline: January 30, 2019
To register, contact:
Campbell University Divinity School
For more information, contact:
Bryant Moxley, Coordinator
Larry Dickens, Associate Professor of Church Music, Campbell Divinity School