Snellville Resident Katera Williams Performs in Brenau University Gospel Concert

Program includes contemporary take on traditional music.

Katera Williams from Snellville, Ga., participated in the Gospel Choir Concert, "No Greater Love: A Celebration of Easter" at Brenau University's Pearce Auditorium on March 11. The concert featured moving contemporary gospel numbers like William Murphy's "You Reign" and Maurette Brown-Clark's "I Just Wanna Praise You."

Williams is a junior majoring in health sciences at Brenau.

The choir, which comprises students, faculty and community singers, welcomes new members at the beginning of each semester. Brenau's fine arts department offers undergraduate degree programs in music, music education, music performance, vocal performance and musical theater. For information regarding the concert or Brenau's music department, please contact770.538.4764 or www.brenau.edu.

ABOUT BRENAU – Founded in 1878, Brenau University currently enrolls about 2,800 students in graduate and undergraduate programs on campuses and online. The main campus of the Georgia-based liberal arts institution, which includes the Brenau Women's College, is inGainesville with other campuses in AugustaKings Bay and in two metro Atlanta locations,Norcross and Fairburn. Brenau's 2011 ranking as one of the top 15-best higher education values in the Southeast by U.S. News & World Report marks the university's sixth consecutive year in that position for the magazine's America's Best Colleges guidebook.

In 2012 Brenau online programs scored high in national rankings by U.S. News, including a No. 9-in-the-nation "Honor Roll" listing for graduate degree tracks in Brenau's College of Education. Brenau University also was granted "Honor Roll" status among the 2012 listings of the great colleges and universities to work for by The Chronicle of Higher Education and one of the best universities in the Southeast by The Princeton Review. Breanu's extraordinary learning environment also was highlighted among the Colleges of Distinction.


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