Upcoming Events

Forrest’s Creation

Rodeheaver Auditorium

June 8, 2024 Place: Rodeheaver Auditorium

Celebrating the ensemble’s 10th Anniversary, Dr. Warren Cook and his Rivertree Singers bring Dan Forrest’s Creation to Greenville, South Carolina. Reprising their April performance at Lincoln Center with Megan Stapleton and Troy Castle as the soprano and baritone soloists, this concert will be held in Greenville’s beautiful Rodeheaver Auditorium on the campus of Bob Jones University. Dan Forrest’s exquisite oratorio is a rare gem of musical beauty, certainly a work not to be missed!

When: June 8th @ 7PM
Where: Rodeheaver Auditorium, Bob Jones University

Recent Events

Broadway Getaway

December 3, 2022

BJU's inaugural Musical Theatre Workshop presents an evening of dynamic showtunes spanning the 20th and 21st centuries, co-directed by Dr. Darren Lawson and Dr. Megan Stapleton. Come see BJU’s dynamic young performers present solos and duets from Wicked, West Side Story, Anastasia, Newsies, She Loves Me, Cinderella, and so many more! Admission is free. 12/3 @ 7PM in WMC.

Broadway Getaway

GLOW Lyric Theatre @ Acadia

October 23, 2022

GLOW Lyric Theatre presents a concert of opera and musical theatre favorites at the Acadia Community Foundation.

GLOW Lyric Opera Performs at Artisphere Festival

May 7, 2022

Megan joins GLOW Lyric Opera outside the Peace Center as GLOW presents a concert of arias for the Artisphere Festival.


April 23, 2022

Joined by pianist Jessica Elliott, Megan presents a recital of arias.

Location: War Memorial Chapel, Bob Jones University
Date: April 23
Time: 7:00PM
Length: 1 hour

Austin Troubadours @ the San Antonio International Music Festival

March 27, 2022

Directed by Slobodan Vujisic, Austin Troubadours will perform at the San Antonio International Music Festival on March 27th, featuring Megan Stapleton as guest vocalist. http://austintroubadours.com/index.php


February 26, 2022

Greenville Concert Band presents “Journeys,” featuring guest Megan Stapleton in the world premiere of “Lullaby for Leaving,” as well as “Laurie’s Song” from Copland’s The Tenderland, and R&H’s “You’ll Never Walk Alone.”

Saturday, February 26th, 2:00PM, Hughes Main Library Auditorium
Sunday, February 27th, 3:00PM, The Spinning Jenny

Baroquen Hearts

December 11, 2021 Place: War Memorial Chapel

Megan makes her directorial debut as the BJU Opera Workshop presents a pastiche of English Baroque opera scenes, titled “Baroquen Hearts.” This pastiche, woven together by Dr. Stapleton, highlights the “b’roquen” hearts of 17th Century England’s most famous mythological divas: Dido, Galatea, and Venus, with Cupid at the helm of mischief. Performed in BJU’s beautiful War Memorial Chapel, this echoing space, surrounded by Benjamin West’s magnificent Rococo paintings (1738-1820), makes an ideal setting for an audience to dwell in the Baroque world.

The director will also step in as performer, filling in for the role of Galatea due to some unfortunate health issues that forced the original Galatea to withdraw from the role. The cast wishes this colleague a swift and full recovery.

Catch the livestream of “Baroquen Hearts” at 6pm Eastern, 7pm Central, by viewing the following link:


The recording will also remain available at the above link following the performance.

Haydn’s Lord Nelson Mass

October 29, 2021 Place: War Memorial Chapel

Andrew Huish leads the BJU Chorale in Haydn’s Lord Nelson Mass, with Megan resonating the soprano solos, including the dynamic and vigorous opening Kyrie!

Location: War Memorial Chapel
Times: 5:30pm and 7:00pm

Catch the recording at <music.bju.edu/live>.

Guest Soloist with BJU Saxophone Ensemble

October 27, 2021 Place: War Memorial Chapel

Dr. Stapleton makes a guest appearance with BJU’s saxophone ensemble in a unique performance of Handel’s “Lascia ch’io pianga,” part of the joint concert presented by BJU’s saxophone studio and flute studio at 5:30pm on October 27th in War Memorial Chapel.

Symphonic Hollywood - The Music of Lee Holdridge

October 7, 2021

Megan joins Grammy award-winning conductor Richard Kaufman as he returns for the Annual BJU Homecoming Concert to conduct the University Symphony Orchestra and Chorus in a wide-ranging program of music from the pen of Hollywood composer Lee Holdridge, including the world premiere of Fantasy Chorale: A Journey of Joy and Hope, commissioned especially for this performance. Megan will sing the beautiful aria, “I am Home,” from Holdridge’s Concierto Para Mendez.

Location: Founder’s Memorial Amphitorium, Bob Jones University
Time: 7:30 EST