LifeVoice is a student-led worship team representing Crown College. These students combine their vocal and instrumental abilities to create an atmosphere conducive for worship. Their love for Christ and passion for music brings them together for a time of worship, fellowship and testimonies.
The ministry of LifeVoice reaches people of all ages as they lead worship at a variety of locations including churches, schools, youth events and camps. While the group enjoys making music together, their real desire is to serve Christ and to share His love with those they meet.
REACH, an arts-based performance team from Crown College, is reaching out to to churches in the community through the visual arts, drama, comedy, music, and dance. The seven member cast of Crown students ministers in churches and schools throughout the school year and into the summer months. Each show aims to challenge Christians to examine their faith, beliefs, and commitments in creative ways, as they honor their Creator. The production weaves together compelling acting with talented voices in order to bring biblical truths to life.
Music Department Ensembles
Formed in 2005, Crown Brass, under the direction of Dr. Gene Rivard, is the newest addition to the College's touring groups. Although the players represent a wide variety of majors on campus, all have extensive playing experience and share a love for good brass music. They perform selections from classic to contemporary, and majestic Renaissance canzonas to spirituals.
The Crown College Chamber Choir is comprised of 24 singers chosen through competitive auditions from the ranks of the Crown College Choir. This highly selective choir performs several styles of music, from a cappella classics to contemporary small-group works.
The Crown College Choir is known throughout the United States for its high level of musical excellence. The choir's repertoire includes a cappella classics as well as hymn arrangements and spirituals. Annual tours have taken them to over 25 states and Canada. The choir membership is derived from ten states and two countries, all committed to the cause of musical excellence.
The Crown College Women?s Choir is open to all female students on campus. The group is comprised of students in a wide variety of majors and skill levels. The Women?s Choir performs a number of times during the year and is known for its high-energy and diverse repertoire. Students auditioning for the College Choir will automatically be considered for the Women?s Choir, though acceptance in the Women?s Choir is not contingent upon acceptance into the College Choir. For more information contact director Curtis Kettler at.