Segue

se•gue (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.”

Event Information

Saturday, February 15, 2020
Campbell University: Butler Chapel
Buies Creek, NC

View the Segue 2020 Schedule

Conductor

Bethany Jennings
Choral Director, Cramer High School, Belmont, NC
Director of Music Ministries, First Presbyterian Church, Gastonia, NC

Festival Music List

To be purchased and learned in advance of Festival.

O for a Thousand Tongues to Sing – Mark Miller
            Available only as a special digital order. A & D Music has obtained the license to provide digital copies of this music for $2 per copy.

O Come, O Come, Emmanuel – John Behnke
            MorningStar MSM-50-0043

Sing to the Lord– Haydn/Hopson
            MorningStar MSM-50-2503A

 The Lord is My Shepherd– Allen Pote
            Choristers Guild CGA-551

 Processional Hallelujah – Mark Burrows
            Choristers Guild CGA-1577

 The Word Was God (SATB w/ Piano)– Rosephanye Powell
            Gentry Publications JG2323

A & D Music is proud to be a sponsor of Segue 2020. Participating choirs will receive 30% off the retail price for printed music. “O For A Thousand Tongues to Sing” is only available in digital download format and is $2.00 per copy.

BONUS: If you order before August 30 and order 3 of the 5 festival titles for your choir through A & D Music, you will also receive free shipping, a free music tote and $45 in coupons for future orders.

To order your festival music, call or email A & D Music and mention code: 2020-SYCF. On the website’s ordering form, fill in 2020-SYCF in the Special Instruction area. You can contact A & D Music at 1-800-729-2093, info@a-dmusic.com, or through their website: www.a-dmusic.com.

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 Bethany Jennings

Bethany Jennings, Choral Director at Stuart W. Cramer High School in Belmont, NC, holds a Master of Music degree from the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) and a Bachelor of Music Education from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro where she attended as a NC Teaching Fellow. In addition to her work at Stuart Cramer, Ms. Jennings serves as Director of Music Ministries for the First Presbyterian Church in Gastonia, NC. She is the founder of North Carolina’s Collegiate Choral Symposium held annually in October as well as the Carolinas Conductor Summer Workshop held each August.  Ms. Jennings was recently selected within the American Choral Directors Association as an International Conducting Fellow.  She will travel with five other US delegates to South Africa in the fall of 2019.   Her professional affiliations include ACDA, PAM, Choristers Guild, and currently serves as Chair of the High School Choral Section in the NC Music Educators Association. Ms. Jennings interests in the classroom include music literacy & assessment, and technology integration. Outside of the classroom she enjoys being Aunt Beth, coaching basketball, and will eat anything but lima beans.

Registration Information

Registration Fee: $100 per church
Participant Fee: $35 per student or adult
Church Registration Deadline: December 30, 2019
Student/Participant Registration Deadline: January 30, 2020

Church Registration Form

Choir directors, use the link above to register your church choir, then mail a check made out to “Campbell University Divinity School” to cover the registration fees to the below address.

Mail To:
Campbell University Divinity School
Attn: Tere Murphy
PO Box 4050
Buies Creek, NC 27506

Contact

For more information, contact:
Bryant Moxley, Coordinator
bryant.moxley@wakeforestbaptistchurch.com

Larry Dickens, Associate Professor of Church Music, Campbell Divinity School
dickensl@campbell.edu