Collegiate Chorale and College Band perform November 29

By: Lisa S. Icenogle
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The Casper College Collegiate Chorale and the Casper College Band will be in concert on Wednesday, Nov. 29, at 7 p.m. in Wheeler Concert Hall.

Under the direction of Zachary Freeman, DMA, with collaborative pianist Paula Flynn, the Casper College Collegiate Chorale will perform music by Hans Leo Hassler, Stephen Hatfield, Stephen Paulus, and others.

Katie Baumstarck, soprano, will be featured in “Steal Away,” while Joshua Simon, tenor, will be featured in “Ain’-a That Good News.”

The Casper College Band, under the direction of Joshua R. Mietz, DMA, will perform works by John Philip Sousa, Charles Ives, Alfred Reed, and others.

The Casper College Collegiate Chorale includes sopranos Baumstarck, Danica Boyce, Ali Caldwell, Lucy Stephens, and Izabelle Cardenas; altos Madison Billings, Samantha Boutte, Ilisa Covey, Abigail Ehrlich, Grace MacPherson, Mala Stagg, and Joan Davies; tenors Eian Eco, Kevin Kaske, Daniel Mayor, Jeremy Rich, and Simon; and basses Roman Gaddis, Collin Jones, and Owen LaCount.

Playing for the Casper College Band are Jenna Farley, Delores Thornton, Ashley Terry, and Brylee Glaser on flute; Isaac Miller on oboe; Alexandra Vincent, Dan Spangler, Samantha Boutte, Sydney Thomas, Hannah Kerkes, and Tre Weant on clarinet; Mala Stagg and Richard Turner on bassoon; BreNae Candelaria and Diego Cuevas on alto saxophone; Aidan Murphy and Dylan Mazzanti on tenor saxophone; Jackson Chitwood on tenor saxophone and bass clarinet; Makayla Schroeder on saxophone; Tyler Kessel on baritone saxophone; Mike Pryczynski, Virginia Hazen, Sabrina Hamner, and Levi Williams on horn; Ozzy Ness, Marc Heward, Eternity Thunder-Tophia, Steve Johnston, and Sean Franklin on trumpet; Isaac Vreeman on trombone; Titus Vreeman on euphonium; Ethan Green, Walker Wyckoff, and Kelly Vandamme on bass; Joshua Knutson and Lucas Donato on percussion; and Travian Lyman on piano.

The concert is free and open to all. Wheeler Concert Hall is located in the Music Building on the Casper College campus.

Media contact: Lisa S. Icenogle

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