JCJC’s Concert Choir begins new season of singing with new director

Written By: Teresa McCreery
Email Address: teresa.mccreery@jcjc.edu
Date Submitted: 2014-10-01 12:44:30

ELLISVILLE–Jones County Junior College’s Concert Choir will be performing its first concert on Sunday, October 5, at 6:30 p.m. in the sanctuary of First Baptist Church of Ellisville. This concert will also be the first concert under the direction of Joel Dunlap, JCJC’s new choral director. Dunlap has been the Director of Choral Activities at Long Beach High School for the last nine years. 

 
The versatility and talent of the JCJC Concert Choir will shine through with its performance of a wide variety of music. The Sunday program will include an early motet by Victoria to crowd pleasing favorites like “Down to the River to Pray” and Robert Ray’s gospel hit, “He Never Failed Me Yet.” Assisting the choir as the group’s accompanist is JCJC’s fine arts faculty member Kay Guiles.
 
The concert is free and the event is open to the public. For more information contact the JCJC Fine Arts Department at 601-477-4094.

JCJC Concert Choir Members
 
Reagan Arnold, Collins
Ashley Adams, Laurel
Kayla Austin, Laurel
Kaci Beasley, Taylorsville
Michael Beckwith, Forest
Erica Bridges, Laurel
Jordan Browning, Purvis
Harrison Bryant, Prentiss
Caleb Butler, Sumrall
Miracle Clemons, Hattiesburg
Chip Cooley, Jr., Hopkevsville, KY
Kailey Cuevas, Long Beach
Lauryn Easley, Laurel
April Gallion, Clinton
John Garner, Foxworth
Cale Green, Laurel
Hannah Hankins, Laurel
Morgan Henry, Laurel
Elizabeth Hensarling, Patterson, CA
Roxie Hudgins, Collins
Brandon Hudson
Allison Hyche, Long Beach
Megan Ingram, Waynesboro
Stephen Jones, Starkville
Karen Kennedy, Petal
Bryce Kinzer, Gautier
Rohini Malkani, Hattiesburg
Mikaela Malone, Lumberton
Scott Martin, Murrah
Kacie McGowen, Laurel
Emily McKissack, Mize
Jessica McLaurin, Louin, MS
Landon Monk, Columbia
Lydia Myers, Laurel
Victoria O’Quin, Meridian
Shelby Odom, Carthage
Lexus Peppers, Laurel
Austin Perkins, Ellisville
Octavia Roberts, Laurel
DeJuan Sam, Stateline
Laken Sanford, Seminary
Savannah Scafide, Long Beach
Victoria Schlude, Hattiesburg
Griffin Schrock, Jackson
Morgan Scott, Meadville
Jared Smith, Seminary
Kyle Smith, Columbia
Karsten Smith, Hattiesburg
Phebe Tisdale, Laurel
Brianna Tobias, McComb
Malik Walker, Hattiesburg
David Walker, Laurel
Veronica Walker, Clinton
Cole Ward, Caledonia
Rehema Weems, Laurel
Shelby Wesson, Petal
Isha Williams, Mobile, AL
Colton Williamson, Sumrall
Josh Wilson, Pearl
Gary Young, Jr., Ellisville
 

 

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