Campus Announcements -- Jan. 18, 2013

Campus Announcements -- Jan. 18, 2013

Package received at post office; is it yours?

We have received a Package at the University Post Office from: DISTRIBUTION; ACTIVISION BLIZZARD FDC;4247 S MINNEWAWA; FRESNO CA 93725. The package is addressed to: 5835; LIGIA S; I UNIVERSITY DR; CAMPBELLSVILLE KY 42718, there is NO UPO number on the package. It is possibly something that LIGIA S has bought for someone with a credit card and it was shipped to that name because of the name on the credit card. If anyone knows anyone by the name LIGIA S please contact Ryan or myself at the University Post Office so that we can get the package delivered. We will hold the package until 1/25/13 before Returning it to Sender (RTS). Thank you very much for a quick response and helping us solve this problem.

Thank You
Adrain (Jake) Davis


CU Handbell Choir on WUOL-FM

The Campbellsville University Handbell Choir will perform in a live broadcast on WUOL-FM in Louisville, on Wednesday, Jan. 23 at noon.They will leave at 9:30 a.m. and return at approximately 4:30 p.m. The broadcast is streamed live @ for live streaming.The program is “Lunchtime Classics” and runs from noon to 1 p.m.


Flute Festival event

Campbellsville University will be the host for the 2013 Kentucky Flute Festival, sponsored by the Flute Society of Kentucky on January 18-19, 2013.Molly Barth, Assistant Professor at the University of Oregon and traveling artist, will be the special guest artist for the event.Ms. Barth will be presenting master classes with students from around Kentucky and beyond and will be performing as a soloist in a special concert.

Molly Barth is described as "ferociously talented" (The Oregonian).She is a Grammy-Award winning flutist who is an active solo, chamber, and orchestral musician, specializing in the music of today.As a founding member of the new music sextet eighth blackbird, Molly has toured extensively throughout the world, recorded four CDs with Cedille Records, won a 2008 Grammy (“Best Chamber Music Performance”), and was granted the 2000 Naumburg Chamber Music Award, first prize at the 1998 Concert Artists Guild International Competition, the 1998/2000/2002 CMA/ASCAP Awards for Adventurous Programming, first prize at the 1997 Coleman Chamber Music Competition, and first prize at the 1996 Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition.Ms. Barth’s solo concert will be held in the Gheens Recital Hall on Saturday, January 19, 2013, at 1:30 PM.Joining her in the concert will be Kentucky flutists Heidi Alvarez and Jana Flygstad and guitarist Dieter Hennings.

In addition to Molly Barth’s performances and teaching, there will be many other events during the Festival.All of the events will be held in the Gosser Fine Arts Center at Campbellsville University.There will be a Solo Competition for performers of all ages (pre-selected through a recorded audition) on Friday afternoon – attendance is open to the public.Friday will also offer special opportunities for middle school and high school flutists, including the opportunity to play in a flute ensemble and perform in a Flute Olympics Competition.The Festival’s opening concert will be held on Friday evening, January 18, 2013, beginning at 6:30 PM and will feature a variety of musicians, including both the Flute and Percussion Professors at Campbellsville University, Dr. Lisa McArthur and Dr. Chad Floyd.On Saturday, there will be concerts at 11:30 AM, featuring Campbellsville’s Christina Bishop, and 3:30 PM, which will feature the Competition winners, in addition to Molly Barth’s recital.The full schedule for the Festival can be found at

Flutists from around Kentucky and the United States will be attending and participating in the events that will be held throughout each day.Every participant, from beginners to professionals, will have the opportunity to attend all of Molly Barth’s master classes, attend each concert, and participate in numerous clinics.There is a registration fee for flutists to attend the Kentucky Flute Festival.

The Flute Society of Kentucky began in January 2000 with its first event at Campbellsville University.This will be the 5th time that Campbellsville University has been able to host this special event – the largest gathering of flutists in Kentucky.Concert attendance is free and open to the public, as seating allows.For more information about the Festival, please contact Dr. Lisa McArthur at (270) 789-5493 or visit
Concert times:
Friday, January 186:30 PM
Saturday, January 1911:30 AM
Saturday, January 191:30 PM - guest artist Saturday, January 193:30 PM ~all in the Gheens Recital Hall, Gosser Fine Arts Center~

Dr. Lisa McArthur, Ph.D.
Professor of Music
Campbellsville University
Applied Flute, Quarteto Gracioso, Music Theory President, Flute Society of Kentucky
215 Gosser Center
270.789.5493 (p)
270.789.5524 (f)