CMU Church Street Boys to Perform in New Franklin
The Central Methodist University men's singing group The Church Street Boys, directed by Ron Atteberry, assistant professor of music and director of CMU's Conservatory Singers, will present a special concert at the New Franklin United Methodist Church on Wednesday, Feb. 20.
The 7 p.m. concert is free and open to the public.
For the concert the Church Street Boys will perform "Loch Lomond," a traditional Scottish song arranged by Quick; "Legacy" by Stroope; "Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue" by Henderson and arranged by Artman;
"Tell My Father" by Wildhorn with arrangement by Ramsey; "Cool Water" by Nolan, arranged by Wilson; "God Be in My Head" by Marshall; "Poor Man Lazarus," a traditional spiritual as arranged by Hairston; "Sweet Hour of Prayer" by Bradbury; and "Brothers, Sing On!" by Grieg and arranged by McKinney.
Members this year include tenors John Critchlow (senior music education major from St. Charles), Zack Fincher (sophomore music education major from Lebanon), Micah Jeffries (sophomore communications major from Rock Port), Austin Long (sophomore music education major from Monroe City),
Kyle Martin (junior interdisciplinary major from West Plains), Michael O?Neill (senior music education major from Pleasant Hill), Brian Thode (senior music education major from Crystal City), and Hershel Williams III (sophomore music education major from Buffalo).
Basses are Wayne Brown (freshman from O'Fallon), Dane Johnson (sophomore music major from Columbia), Daniel Long (junior music education major from Odessa), Christian McCullum (sophomore education major from Alton),
Jesse Odom (sophomore music education major from St. Louis), Brandon Thompson (junior education major from Osage Beach), and Archer Tribett (sophomore music education major from Little Rock, Ark.).
CMU alumna Suzanne Drummond, wife of CMU Swinney Conservatory's late director of choral activities, Dr. Paul R. Drummond, served as liaison to provide this concert.
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