Music Performance Groups
The Symphony Orchestra is comprised of approximately 70 student musicians who have successfully auditioned and are prepared to perform a broad range of classical and sacred music literature. Most have previous ensemble experience in community groups or from high school.Learn More
The Wind Symphony is an auditioned ensemble of 50-60 woodwind, brass, and percussion players performing some of the best new wind literature and band masterworks.Learn More
I Cantori is a select chamber choir for students with advanced vocal potential and experience, and its members form the leadership core for Bel Canto (women’s chorus) and Die Meistersinger (men’s chorus). Repertoire includes a broad stylistic range from diverse musical eras.Learn More
Bel Canto (women's chorus) and Die Meistersinger (men's chorus) are general choirs available to all students with beginning to advanced levels of choral experience. These choirs often combine for church services and concerts as well as to perform large works with the Symphony Orchestra.Learn More
The Jazz Ensemble is a standard 17-member big band dedicated to the study and performance of classic jazz and popular music from the 1920s through today. Emphasis is placed on ensemble interaction and individual improvisation.Learn More
The Power of Music
"To send light into the darkness of men's hearts – such is the duty of the artist" -- Robert Schumann
Gym-Masters participate in Acrofest, an event that brings Seventh-day Adventist gymnasts together from institutions across the country and around the world.
Service is an important part of Gym-Masters, and the team goes on a yearly mission trip during spring break.
Gym-Masters perform across the United States and beyond, using acrobatic and gymnastic routines to emphasize the importance of healthy living, commitment, dedication, teamwork, and trust.