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They often spill over into her personal life as well. She and her husband, Chris, run the Barnabas Company on the weekends and during school holidays. They describe the company as an “expensive hobby” and labor of love that involves providing sound and lighting design for musicians and performers whom they care about. One of Droessler’s favorite clients is the African American Dance Ensemble. She’s traveled all over the country with this group and never tires of using lights to create a mood onstage that sparks an audience’s imagination.
51 E A TRIP! TAK Choir Director After some time, he settled in and enjoyed earning a bachelor’s degree at Fisk. Then he took off for Michigan, where he earned a master’s degree at Western Michigan University. With his education completed (at least for the time being), Kwami returned to Nashville, where he worked in the choral department of a sheet music store. Then he was invited to take over as temporary director of Fisk’s legendary Jubilee Singers for a semester. He later applied and was accepted as official director of the group as well as a teacher of several music courses.