Arkansas Master’Singers to perform at Williams Baptist University

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WALNUT RIDGE, Ark. – The Arkansas Master’Singers, in collaboration with the Williams Singers, are set to take the stage for a concert Thursday, April 18, at 7 p.m. at Manley Chapel on the campus of Williams Baptist University.  

Admission to the event is free. 

Composed of ministers of music, worship leaders, directors, accompanists, and choir members hailing from Baptist churches across Arkansas, the Master’Singers embody a shared passion for music, worship, and fellowship. These individuals, representing diverse backgrounds and communities, unite in harmony to uplift hearts and souls through their collective talents. 

Originating from humble beginnings, the Men’s Chorus traces its roots back to 1961 as the Arkansas Singing Men, while the Women’s Chorus was established as the Arkansas Singing Women in 1973. Over time, these two entities merged to form the Master’Singers in the early 1990s. As a testament to their commitment to service and unity, the group operates as a Cooperative Program ministry under the auspices of the Arkansas Baptist State Convention. 

Join us for an evening of inspiration and camaraderie as we celebrate the rich musical heritage and shared fellowship of the Arkansas Master’Singers and the Williams Singers.  

WBU is a private, Christian university in Walnut Ridge. 

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