A Charlie Brown Christmas Live! On Stage, December 16th, 2 p.m. Tickets are available at lied.ku.edu.
It was fantastic to have the opportunity to speak with Burleigh Drummond who is one of the founding members about the band’s past, present and future.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year!
Every year from November 1 to December 26 we offer a pop-up online and APP based radio station that plays nothing but holiday music.
It includes Thanksgiving tunes until November 24th and Chanukah tunes until December 20th and features all of your favorite instrumental and vocal Christmas and New Year’s songs.
We hope you enjoy the Santa Station. It’s a free download for iPhone or Android and also online at www.santastation.net
All The Way Live!
USING HIP-HOP TO TUNE IN POSITIVE QUALITIES
Anything can come to life with a beat, a rhythm and a rhyme. Watch as world-renowned artists Paige Hernandez and Baye Harrell use hip-hop elements to “remix” lessons on creativity, respect, understanding, cooperation, effort and self-care. All The Way Live!, co-commissioned by the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, uses an audience-powered boom box to help children tune into the frequency of positive thoughts and feelings. This highly-interactive experience gives young people tools to “broadcast” their best selves and the power to control what they “receive” and “transmit.”
For families with children, ages 5 to 12.
Founded in 1946, the ever-evolving Juilliard String Quartet has become a living American legend. Widely known as the “quintessential American string quartet,” the Juilliard has been recognized for the boldness of its interpretation of the classics with an equal and parallel tradition of championing the new—a vibrant combination of the familiar and the daring. The quartet’s sound is famously characterized by clarity of structure, compelling rhythmic drive and an extraordinary unanimity of purpose, no matter the work at hand.
Haydn String Quartet in D Major, Op. 76, No. 5
Bartok String Quartet No. 5, Sz. 102, BB110
Dvorak String Quartet No. 11 in C Major, Op. 61
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September 23, 2017
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No. 2 Baker Defeats No. 14 Benedictine in NAIA Game of the Week
BALDWIN CITY, Kansas – The NAIA Football Game of the Week lived up to the hype, as No. 2 Baker defeated No. 14 Benedictine, 44-37, on Saturday afternoon inside Larry Wilcox Stadium.
With the scored tied up, 37-37, 2016 NAIA National Player of the Year Logan Brettell connected with Tywonn Moss on a six-yard TD reception with 50 seconds remaining to give Baker the final tally of 44-37.
Brettell went 21-of-40 for 362 yards and five touchdown passes, his counterpart Shaefer Schuetz went 27-of-43 with 266 passing yards and four TD’s.
Baker accumulated 453 total yards of offense, while Benedictine had 430. JD Woods ran 24 times for 79 yards.
The scoring began early in the first quarter when a bad snap sailed over punter Elijah Gastelum’s head and he was tackled in the end zone for a safety, BC led 2-0.
Then Baker responded on its next drive when Brettell found Clarence Clark in stride on a 75-yard TD pass.
Just four minutes later, Brettell again found Clark in the end zone on a 38-yard touchdown pass to give Baker the 13-2 lead, as the extra point was missed by Abram Garcia.
Marquis Stewart scored his first of two touchdowns with 1:32 to go in the first quarter on a short TD run.
Baker then scored three-straight touchdowns with another TD pass from Brettell this time to Nick Snider from 39-yards out, a 1-yard TD run by AJ Totta and a second TD reception to Snider from 4-yards out to give Baker the 34-9 lead.
Then BC went on a run of its own with 20-straight points, Schuetz threw a TD pass to Carl Hecht right before halftime, then threw a 9-yard TD pass to Aaron Jackson, before a third TD pass to Jameel Kirkland to bring the score, 34-29, with 8:41 remaining.
Garcia nailed a 34-yard field goal with 10:48 to go in the game to bring the score 37-29.
Then with 5:50 to go Schuerz found Stewart again and he scored from 7-yards out and they both connected on the two-point conversation to tie the game up 37-37.
Then Bretell marched the Wildcats down the field and scored with 50 seconds remaining for Baker’s 22nd-straight Heart of America Athletic Conference win.
The Wildcats are now 5-0 on the year and 20-14-1 all-time against the Ravens. BC falls to 4-1 on the season.
Indie Allen had a big game for the Baker defense, with 16 tackles and Josh Kock led the defensive line with two sacks.
Clark finished with four catches for 125 yards, while Snider had nine catches for 124 yards.
Nate McLaurin had an interception to end the game and had 11 tackles. Baker returns home to face (RV) Peru State next Saturday, Sept. 30 at 1 p.m. inside Liston Stadium.