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Singing for the Children

The concert will benefit Syrian children refugees. (Photo: Thomas Koch/Shutterstock.com)

Furman student Drew Whitlow is doing his part to help the Syrian children refugees.  On Monday, Aug. 29 at 7:30 p.m. at Triune Mercy Center, Whitlow, a church music major, will assemble a dozen of his fellow vocalists for a concert of sacred Renaissance choral music.

Whitlow will conduct the 12 vocalists, most of whom are Furman music majors. David Fink, a Furman religion professor, will also read the English translations of the Latin texts and reflect on how they relate to the challenges faced by refugees. Read more in The Greenville News.

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