November 2, 2010
WOOSTER, Ohio — The College of Wooster’s Gospel Choir, under the direction of Joyce Mason with accompaniment by Minister Terrence Duncan and Company, will present its annual fall concert on Friday, Nov. 12, in Gault Recital Hall in Scheide Music Center (525 E. University St.). The performance, which is free and open to the public, begins at 7 p.m.
The choir will spotlight the music of two notable Gospel Composers early in the program. Jackie O'Dell, a sophomore from South Amherst, Ohio, and Ethan Flack, a first-year student from Orrville, will sing the solos of Bishop Walter Hawkins' song, “Marvelous,” and Eva Hendrix-Shovlin,
a senior from San Bernardino, Calif., will reprise her solo for Glen Burleigh's “Order My Steps.”
In addition, Kenneth Perry, Jr., a sophomore from Atlanta, will perform Norman Hutchins’ “God Is Up To Somethin,’” and Jaquet Long, a junior from Chicago, will sing the lead in Fred Hammond’s “They That Wait.” Also, Veronique Jones, a sophomore from Columbus, Ohio, will present the Victor Cathedral Choir's “You're All I Need,” and Wooster's own, D'Vaughn House, a soloist from Second Baptist Church will conclude the program with Fred Hammond’s “Lord, How I Love You.”
“I don’t think anyone will be able to sit in their seat because it will be a rousing concert,” said Mason. “Our audience members will need their shoutin' shoes and something to wipe away the tears for this one.”
Additional information about the concert is available by phone (330-263-2419) or e-mail.
1189 Beall Avenue, Wooster, Ohio 44691. (330) 263-2000
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