A Cappella Choir, SC Singers Set Fall Performance

The Southwestern College choral department will be performing a fall concert on Sunday, Nov. 4, in Richardson Performing Arts Center. The concert will begin at 3 p.m. and there is no admission charge.

Dr. David Gardner, director of choirs, said audiences can expect a lot of variety in the show, from sacred hymns to contemporary love songs. The concert will also include a music major spotlight featuring solos from Joe Tran, Arlington, Texas; Dylan Moore, Ottawa; and Jasmine Jackson, Spencer, Okla.

Musical highlights of the concert will include “Beautiful Savior” featuring choir alumni and “Five Hebrew Love Songs” by Hila Plitmann and Eric Whitacre, featuring Daniel Stevens on violin,

James Leland, organ, and Stephen Butler, piano, will accompany.

Other soloists include Erin Buster, Wichita; Chris Dodd, Coffeyville; and Carol Gardner, Winfield.

Devices to assist those with hearing problems are available in the box office, and an area is reserved for handicapped patrons and their companions in the rear of the hall.

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