Winter concert to be held at Northeast

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by amandab  2/1/2017 11:25:20 AM --  NORFOLK - The music department at Northeast Community College will host its annual winter concert later this month. The Northeast Community College Winter Concert will be held on Sunday, February 12, at 2 p.m. in the Lifelong Learning Center on the Norfolk campus. The event is free and open to the public.

The college/community concert band, college chorus and women’s ensemble will take the stage, along with Ebony & Crimson, Northeast’s men’s and women’s audition ensemble.

Instrumental selections to be performed at the concert include “El Alamo” by Howard Ackers; “Blue Bells of Scotland,” arranged by Arthur Pryor; “March to the Scaffold” by Berlioz and arranged by Custer; and “Walking Frog” by Karl King and arranged by Foster.

Vocal selections will include “Flower of Beauty” by John Clements; “That Ever I Saw” by Darmon Meader; “Midwinter’s Chill” by Greg Gilpin; and “Homeward Bound” arranged by Mack Wilberg.

Dr. Linda Boullion, music department chair and director of vocal music activities, is the director of concert chorus, women’s ensemble and Ebony & Crimson. Margaret Schultz is the accompanist.

The college/community concert band is led by Kevin McLouth, instrumental music instructor/director of instrumental activities at Northeast.


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