JCJC’s Concert Choir begins new season

Written By: Teresa McCreery
Email Address: teresa.mccreery@jcjc.edu
Date Submitted: 2015-09-30 12:53:12

ELLISVILLE–Jones County Junior College’s Concert Choir will be performing its first concert on Sunday, October 4, at 6:30 p.m. in the sanctuary of First Baptist Church of Ellisville. Choral director, Joel Dunlap also begins this year as the newly elected President of the Mississippi Community College Choral Director’s Association.
 
The 102-talented members of the JCJC Concert Choir will perform of a wide variety of music. Including a Russian piece by Grigory Lvovsky, the concert spiritual by Edward Boatner, “Ride On, King Jesus,”  and a rousing gospel selection by Rollo Dilworth, “I Sing Because I’m Happy.” The Sunday program will also include other favorites like “Danny Boy,” “The King of Love My Shepherd Is,” and “Keramos.” Three sophomores, Ashley Adams of Laurel, Reagan Arnold of Collins and Steve Jones of Starkville will be featured soloists.  Assisting the choir as the group’s accompanist is JCJC’s fine arts faculty member Kay Guiles.
 
The JCJC Concert Choir will also be performing at the First Baptist Church of Quitman, the following Sunday, October 11, at 6 p.m.
 
Both concerts are open to the public free of charge. For more information contact the JCJC Fine Arts Department at 601-477-4094.
 

JCJC Concert Choir Members
Ashley Adams - Laurel
Reagan Arnold - Hattiesburg
Kayla Austin – Brooklyn
Haley Biglane - Ellisville
J.D. Bilbo - Ellisville
Robia Bobbett - Raleigh
Devin Boothe – Lucedale
Shania Bradley – Waynesboro
Erica Bridges - Laurel
Lamonte Brown - Liberty
Brianna Burns – Long Beach
Harrison Bryant – Prentiss
Coco Caldwell – Laurel
X’avier Carpenter – Ellisville
Amy Champion – Roxie, MS
Garrett Clement – Sumrall
Miracle Clemons – Hattiesburg
Tia Coleman – Ridgeland
Christian Culpepper – Laurel
Breanna Cunningham – Enterprise
Sophia Daniel – Kokomo
Jonathan Fennell – Ellisville
Christen Ford - Ellisville
Cale Green – Laurel
Hannah Hampton – Quitman
Hannah Hankins – Laurel
Kiersten Hickey – Brooklyn
Trey Hicks – Ellisville
Chelsea Hinton – Waynesboro
Melody Howard – Long Beach
Natalie Howard – Waynesboro
Megan Ingram – Waynesboro
Robert Ivy – Enterprise
Simone Johnson – Oak Grove
LaJanae Jones – Hattiesburg
Raven Jones - Heidelberg
Steve Jones – Starkville
Gabrielle Joyce – Oxford
Karen Kennedy – Petal
Christa Knight – Ellisville
Erin Knight – Waynesboro
Jonathan LaCourse – Long Beach
Quanesha Laster – Waynesboro
Briana Lee – Sumrall
Christopher Loper – Ellisville
Kody Loper – Laurel
Kendra Lyons – Laurel
Rohini Malkani – Oak Grove
Emily Malone – New Augusta
Lakin McDonald – Brooklyn
Kacie McGowen – Laurel
Jessica McLaurin – Raleigh
Mikaela McLaurin – Laurel
Regina McLaurin – Raleigh
Alexis Melendez – Laurel
Landon Monk – Columbia
J. R. Moody – Stringer
Lydia Myers – Laurel
Lexus Peppers – Ellisville
Tyneshia Peppers – Ellisville
Austin Perkins – Ellisville
Samantha Phillips – Laurel
Sara Phipps – Taylorsville
Joseph Pitts – Moselle
Carter Poister – Laurel
AJ Robinson – Hattiesburg
Mize Rowzee – Laurel
Anna Ruffin – Hattiesburg
Kaylin Ryals – Seminary
Lamar Saddler – Quitman
Laken Sanford – Seminary
Jessica Seal – Long Beach
Griffin Schrock – Jackson
Carly Shoemake – Ellisville
Tameia Singleton – Heidelberg
Lexi Skaggs – Petal
Cory Skellion – Ellisville
Jeremy Skinner – Taylorsville
Abbi Smith – Ellisville
Jared Smith – Seminary
Whitley Smith – Bay Springs
Morgan Sparrow – Ellisville
Katerious Spivery – Laurel
Natalie Sullivan – Hattiesburg
Kathryn Taylor – Collins
Kennedy Taylor – Laurel
Lucy Caroline Taylor – Laurel
Phebe Tisdale – Laurel
Meagan Tolbert – Ellisville
Claquisha Trotter – Laurel
Collin Tweedle – Petal
Devin Vete – Brooklyn
Lindsey Walker – Waynesboro
Rebekah Ward – Hattiesburg
Rachel Webb - Moselle
Rehema Weems – Laurel
Sarah Whiddon – Sumrall
B.J. Whigham – Laurel
Christianna Williams – Oak Vale
Evan Wilson – Laurel
Shelby Yarber – Laurel

 

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