Choir to present annual spring concert April 18

With music including “How Can I Keep from Singing” to “May the Road Rise Up,” and other songs, Meridian Community College Concert Choir members will present its Spring Concert on Thursday, April 18. 

The program begins at 7 p.m. in the College Park United Methodist Church. Admission is free. 

The largest ensemble in the College’s music department, the Concert Choir is open to any student from any area of the college who wants to sing, said Tammy Miles, director of choral activities and music instructor. Concert Choir provides opportunities for students to develop their musical potential and aesthetic understanding. 

MCC students who will be performing include Michaela Acord, Payton Alexander, DeVanye Kight, Chloe Smith, Isabel Susunaga, Taniyah Thedford, and Jolee Todd, sopranos; Taylor Ashford, Jakelya Brown, Atoria Crowell, Anna Grayson, Faith Jordan, Mary Pean, Libby Smith, Joslyn Spears, and Sophie Young; altos; Otoniel Alonso, Hasen Caldwell, and Kamron Darden, tenors; and SeDerrick Davis, Christian McClelland, and Jesse Mixon, basses. 

Also, the West Lauderdale High School Chorus will be on the program. Its members include Sheila Dodd, Mariah Miller, Eliza Kate Orrell, Scarlett Walker, and Annaston Wallace, sopranos; A’tia Davis, Brailynn Lee, and Selena Williams, altos; T.J. Adkins, Brayden Alford, Chance Evins, Nick Lewis, and Miles McAlister, tenors; and Grant Butler, Arron Davis, Levi Graeter, Jaxon Hatcher, Ian Herrington, Copper Luke, Mason McCary, and Christian Nix, basses. 

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