Centenary Camerata & Choral Choirs under the direction of Dr. Julia Thorn and Gay Grosz piano accompanist. Performing at the Historic Scottish Rite in front of the Babylonian Temple stage mural. The four pieces performed were: Sanctus by Lukas, Gloria by Haydn, Skylark arr. Rutter, and Skip to My Lou arr. Busselberg
WEQ members in the Scottish Rite Theatre.
Amanda Hock, Camerata
Marcie Ratcliff, Soloist for Skylark
Happy Birthday, Del!
Egyptian stage mural, 1 of 84 pieces painted in 1918.
Scottish Rite 33rd degree ritual stage mural.
Babylonian Palace stage mural.
Katie Weir, Catherine Lusk, and Sheryl Ostendorff enjoying the WEQ program
Scottish Knight's tent stage mural.
Notice the multiple layers of the guilded plaster molding.
Gorgeous 1918 original chandelier.
Star of David.
Teutonic Knights Cross, Marian or Potent.
Pilcher & Sons Pipe Organ 740 purchased in 1917 for $7,500. In 1921 the 2nd phase of additional pipes were added for $12,000.
Lindsay Holman Atkins, Saige Whilhite, and Valerie Robideaux, director of Christian Leadership Center spoke to the WEQ about upcoming CLC programs.
Camerata perform Choral Blessing - Blessing Adoramus Te, Rosseli
Choral enternaining the WEQ in the Scottish Rite Ballroom. The Choral was chosen to perform at the American Choral Directors Association in March in Chicago.
Pat Williams and Cindy Johnson in the library.
Scottish Rite Parlor.
Jodi Rowe, Grace Bareikis-WEQ President, and Barbara Treat Green- WEQ Vice President.
Grace Bareikis and Jodi Rowe enjoy a private tour of the ceremonial costume room.
Jodi Rowe holds a plaque of the 12 Tribes of Israel used for Scottish Rite ceremonies.
Costume Room. Notice the center tables, they are full of hats.