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‘A Visible Christmas’ returns to Living Word Church

Sunday, December 3, 4:30 and 7:00pm

information provided by Visible Music College

Visible ChristmasLANSING, Ill. (November 7, 2017) – The Lansing, Illinois, location of Visible Music College is inviting the Chicagoland area to kick off the holiday season with “A Visible Christmas,” an annual Christmas concert hosted by Living Word Church. The concert includes Christmas favorites and original music from Visible students, faculty, and alumni bands. It is described as an “annual favorite.”

The show will also take place in Memphis, Tennessee, home of Visible Music College’s main campus, on November 28.

“We are always excited to move Christmas into high gear with this show, and even more excited about featuring our student and faculty talent,” says Ken Steorts, president and founder of Visible Music College. “We’re especially excited to be able to present the concert twice this year, opening it up to even more families from the community.”

Concert attendees will have the opportunity to take home a compilation of Christmas music recorded by Visible Music College. The show is free to attend, a Christmas gift from Visible Music College, but tickets are required. Free tickets may be picked up at Living Word or Visible Music College.

Living Word Church is located at 2248 186th Street in Lansing. Visible Music College is located at 3404 Lake Street in Lansing.

About Visible Music College

Visible Music College attracts students from all 50 states and over 25 foreign countries. Within a Christian discipleship model, our students get hands-on professional experience while earning an accredited bachelor degree. Visible graduates work in ministry as well as the broader music industry. In addition to the original campus in Memphis, TN, Visible opened their second campus in August of 2014 in the Chicago area, and in the fall of 2016 in Dallas, Texas. While getting a rigorous education in music, music business and music production balanced with equal emphasis on spiritual growth and professional development, Visible students make an impact in campus cities by providing accessible music education through the Visible Community Music School and get real music industry experience through the college’s full-service non-profit record label Madison Line Records. Global, Spiritual, Professional, Academic: learn more at

Melanie Jongsma
Melanie Jongsma
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