Polish Christian Artists To Perform In Chapel

Oct. 29, 2004

by Amanda Lewis, Student Newswriter

Echo, a Christian band from Poland, will perform their original music during Baylor University Chapel services at 10 and 11 a.m. Monday, Nov. 1, in Waco Hall.

The band, led by five members from Poland, will perform a 45-minute set of original compositions of classical music. Echo has released four albums since 1998, including its newest release "The Time Has Come" in 2002.

The group's sound combines vocals, guitar, violin, piano, cello and percussion to create a unique musical experience. However, Echo's main objective not only includes performing interesting music, but also spreading the message of Jesus.

According to the band's web site, Echo's mission is to be "messengers, simply speaking the gospel of Jesus Christ to a lost and dying world."

Echo currently is touring the United States for the fourth time and also has performed across Europe and in their homeland Poland.

"Our music is a fruit of what God himself has done in the lives of each of us," the group's web site said.

For more information about Echo, visit www.echo.art.pl . Chapel can be viewed live at www.baylor.edu/um .

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