With the seasons starting to change, the Cowley College Concert Choir and CC Singers will perform a Celebration of Song at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 22 inside the Robert Brown Theatre. There is no cost to attend this concert.

Stephen Butler will lead the CC Singers as they perform Don’t Stop Me Now, Everybody Wants to Rule the World, What a Wonderful World, Light in the Hallway, and Seasons of Love. Soloists will be Sarah Flickinger, Jeannie Qualls, Matthew Sinnett, Jacob Michaelis, Rachel Lever and Hanah Henry.

There will be a 10-minute intermission prior to the performance of the concert choir, which will perform Sing out Your Joy!, Yo Le Canto Todo el Dia, Ton Thé, Sing with the Lark, and Ye Shall Go Out with Joy!

Lisa Klaassen will serve as a guest pianist and will serve on flute during Sing with the Lark.

Sing Out Your Joy! will feature Anastasia Acosta, Esmeralda Castillo, Devyn Thomas and Rachel Tiller. Ye Shall Go Out with Joy! will feature soloists Skyler Stover, Markie Swanson and Hanah Henry.

Concert Choir members: Anastasia Acosta, Steven Beckner, Madison Buck, Kadie Carrell, Esmeralda Castillo, Abbiah Conrad, Chelo Curtis, Skyla Dean, Sarah Flickinger, Jacob Giger, Kaden Green, Alissa Haddock, Hanah Henry, Isaac Hess, Gabe Hyer, Ray Keady, Rachel Lever, Corbin Liermann, Megan Mashburn, Jacob Michaelis, Jeannie Qualls, Frank Reid, Matthew Sinnett, Michael Steiner, Skyler Stover, Markie Swanson, Kaitlynn Tarrant, Devyn Thomas and Rachel Tiller.

CC Singers: Esmeralda Castillo, Sarah Flickinger, Jacob Giger, Hanah Henry, Rachel Lever, Corbin Liermann, Jacob Michaelis, Jeannie Qualls, Frank Reid and Matthew Sinnett.

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