Saturday, December 7, 2019
Trinity Lutheran Church – Athens, GA
2535 Jefferson Rd. Athens GA 30607
Our community holiday concert tradition in full swing, featuring the Athens Recorder Ensemble, and the Oconee County High School A Cappella choir. Join us for some great holiday music and support community arts in Athens. Refreshments and bake sale following the concert.
Meridian Women’s Chorus was organized to provide education in choral music to women in Athens, Georgia, and surrounding towns and counties.
The chorus was formed in January 2002 and incorporated in September 2003.
The mission of Meridian Women’s Chorus is to develop the choral skills of women, provide opportunity for members to create music with peers, and offer quality performances of women’s choral music for the community of Northeast Georgia.
Read more about our history here.
|Hancock, Stephanie||Bates, Annette|
|Hartman-Arnold, Barbara||Fox, Macy|
|Howard, Wren||Harris, Marybeth|
|Lewis, Lisa||Hilkert, Heidi|
|Maier, Sue||Hobbs, Kay|
|Massengill, Marcia||Massey, Marge|
|Robinson, Cass||Nadenicek, Jeanne|
|Stocklinski, Eileen||Riley, Diane|
|Thornburg, Peggye||Shore, Julia|
|Townsley, Lisa||Vail, Cindy|
|Granum, Doris||Eberhart, Roxann|
|Hernandez, Nancy||Epting, Bobbie|
|McCollum, Amy||Hale, Eileen|
|Merkle, Roberta||Prestegard, Bert|
|Norton, Lane||Rodekohr, Janet|
Meg Granum has a passion for the choral arts. A native of Athens, she holds a Bachelors of Music in Church Music from St. Olaf University and a Master’s of Sacred Music from Emory University. Both of her degrees emphasized choral conducting; she studied with Dr. Anton Armstrong at St. Olaf and with Dr. Eric Nelson at Emory. In addition to being a singer and conductor, she plays violin and viola. Ms. Granum served in the past as Executive Director for the Tennessee Chamber Chorus, an all-professional choir based in Cleveland, TN, and she is currently the Minister of Music at Cannon United Methodist Church in Snellville, a position she has held since January 2015.
Kristin Humbard is a collaborative pianist and a piano teacher and has accompanied Meridian since 2013. She holds a Bachelor of Music degree in Piano Performance and Master of Music in Piano Pedagogy from the University of Georgia. Her academic recognition includes a membership in Pi Kappa Lambda, an American honor society for musicians; and a membership in Phi Kappa Phi, the oldest and largest collegiate honor society for all disciplines. Her musical pursuits include the performance of a solo piano concerto with the Andrews University Orchestra, and extensive solo and collaborative recital performances. Currently she accompanies at the University of Georgia and teaches private piano lessons in Athens, GA. She also serves as the church pianist at Oconee Presbyterian Church in Watkinsville, GA.
For more information visit kristinhumbard.com.
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