Church Street Boys to Give Concert
The Church Street Boys, a singing group from Central Methodist University's Swinney Conservatory of Music, will perform a fall concert on Monday, Nov. 12, 7:30 p.m. in the Keith House Band Room on the third floor of Classic Hall.
The concert is free and the public is encouraged to attend. Parking may be found in back of Classic, and the building is ADA-accessible.
This concert marks the first held in newly dedicated music space in Classic.
In several short seasons, the Church Street Boys, directed by Ron Atteberry, assistant professor of music, have become one of the favorites groups around campus and town. Their versatility and close harmonies show well in a repertoire of often familiar songs.
Included on the fall program are "Brothers, Sing On" by Howard McKinney, "Sweet Hour of Prayer" by W.D. Bradbury, "Poor Man Lazarus" by Jester Hairston, "God Be in My Head" by Jane Marshall, "Blackbird" by McCartney/Lennon, "Cool Water" by Nolan/Wilson, "Loch Lomond" arr. by Jonathan Quick, and "Legacy" by Randall Stroope.
The Church Street Boys are comprised of Zack Fincher (sophomore, Lebanon), Donald Heaton (senior, Chillicothe), Joe Jefferies (sophomore, Fayette), Micah Jeffries (freshman, Rock Port), Dane Johnson (sophomore, Columbia), Daniel Long (junior, Odessa), Kyle Martin (junior, West Plains), Christian McCollum (sophomore, Alton), Luke McKinney (senior, Harrisburg), Michael O'Neill (senior, Pleasant Hill), Brian Thode (senior, Crystal City), Brandon Thompson (junior, Osage Beach), Archer Tribett (sophomore, Little Rock, Ark.), and Hershel Williams III (sophomore, Buffalo).
Soloists include Joe Jefferies, Hershel Williams III, Daniel Long, Brian Thode, Kyle Martin, and Donald Heaton. Accompanists are Michael O'Neill on piano; and a trumpet ensemble of Lakyn Baker (junior, Fayette), Wayne Brown (freshman, O'Fallon), Lucas Johnson (freshman, Pacific), Ann Marie Pelley (sophomore, St. Peters), Rachel Richard (junior, Eldon), and Joslyn West (senior, Macon). They are directed by Dr. John Perkins, associate professor of music.
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