The Missouri University of Science and Technology Miner Choral Guild,
University Choir and University Chamber Choir will present their Spring Choral
Extravaganza at 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 25, in Leach Theatre of Castleman Hall,
10th and Main streets in Rolla. The performance is $3 for adults and free for
children and students with a valid student I.D.
The first half of the concert will consist of standard choral pieces while
the second half will feature Broadway tunes and dancing.
The Miner Choral Guild will perform “Jabberwocky,” the finale from “The
Gondoliers,” “Ease on Down the Road” and “Car Wash.” Maggie Moore, a junior in
applied mathematics, and Ilyssa Depenbusch, a sophomore in mechanical
engineering, will perform solos.
The University Choir will perform “Banquet Fugue,” “Masquerade,” “For Good,”
and “Zigeunerleben.” “For Good” will feature soloists Stephanie Judd, a
sophomore in chemical engineering, Clayton Dennis, a sophomore in chemical
engineering, Rachel Jennerjohn, a sophomore in mechanical engineering and
Andrew Dunkman, a freshman in computer science. “Zigeunerleben” will feature
soloists Clayton Dennis, Tobias Tupper, a sophomore in geology and geological
engineering, and Sarah Weaver, a freshman in music education at East Central
The University Chamber Choir will perform “My Spirit Sang All Day,”
“Chindia” and “Bring Him Home.”
The Missouri S&T choirs are led by Lorie Francis, a lecturer in the
arts, languages and philosophy department at Missouri S&T. They are
accompanied by Scott Brendler, a junior in architectural engineering, and
choreographed by Rachel Thurman, a junior in chemical engineering.
University Choir is open to Missouri S&T students, faculty and staff, as
well as community singers. No audition is required. University Chamber Choir is
a small, auditioned ensemble for Missouri S&T students.
For more information, contact Lorie Francis at email@example.com or call the
Missouri S&T performing arts office at 573-341-4185.