Mount Pisgah Academy Seventh-day Adventist Church

Following Jesus to New Heights

Music Special

Join us on Saturday, February 26 to experience a musical treat with Southern Adventist University's I Cantori Chamber Choir

The 30-member group will share music during our service, and provide a mini concert in the afternoon from 2:15 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. just prior to our afternoon health lectures on Cancer: More than Conquerors and Simple Solutions for Diabetes.

Please Register Below:

I Cantori 
is the premiere choral ensemble within the School of Music at Southern Adventist University. In addition to their distinctive chamber choir experience, I Cantori forms the leadership core for Southern’s Bel Canto women’s chorus and Die Meistersinger men’s chorus. I Cantori share their musical gifts through local, national and international concert tours, and for on-campus church services, concerts and special events. I Cantori sings with the understanding that great music has the power to elevate and inspire its listeners and participants to love and serve the Creator.

Gennevieve Brown-Kibble 
has been the Director of Choral Activities at Southern Adventist University since 2005. She conducts the Bel Canto Women’s Chorus, Die Meistersinger Men’s Chorus and I Cantori Chamber Choir. In addition to her work with the choral ensembles, she teaches applied voice, choral conducting, music history and interdisciplinary studies. Prior to her appointment at Southern, Gennevieve was the Director of Choral Activities at Pacific Union College in Northern California. She has taught on the high school level at Auburn and Columbia Academy in Washington State and served as Director of Music for the Auburn First United Methodist Church. Choirs under her direction have performed in Australia, Brazil, Canada, Finland, Italy, Norway, Russia, Sweden and the United States. Gennevieve earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music Education from Andrews University, a Master of Music degree in Vocal Performance from Indiana University, and the Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Choral Conducting from The University of Arizona. She has served on three national committees of the American Choral Directors Association, and currently serves as president-elect for Tennessee ACDA.