PRCC’s Voices, Singers present spring concert

April 5, 2013 - 8:46am -- braswell

  POPLARVILLE - The Pearl River Singers and The Voices presented their 2013 spring concert on Tuesday, April 2, at Malone Chapel on the Poplarville campus.
  The Pearl River Singers choir performed a selection of songs centered on the theme of home. They include Shenandoah, Homeland, That Ever I Saw, Return, Homeward Bound, Ride On, King Jesus and Somewhere. Homeland and Shenandoah featured PRCC instructor Hope McKellip Bass and student Creighton Holder on piano.
  The Voices, 12 students selected by audition, sang In Your Eyes, Mallory Cumberland of Picayune, soloist; Time After Time, Claire Loper of Lumberton, soloist; Lonesome Road, Frank Henry of Poplarville, soloist; True Colors, Rachel Pierce of Columbia, soloist; and How Far We’ve Come, Jonathan Morris of Brooklyn and Pierce, soloists.
  Other members of The Voices are Mariah LeBlanc of Purvis, Malorie Townsend and Danielle Rogers, both of Petal; Ethan Martin of Pisgah, Rhett Unbehagen of Carriere, Carl DeFrance of Vicksburg and Allen Holifield of Laurel.
  Both groups are conducted by LaDona Tyson, PRCC director of choral groups.

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Mallory Cumberland of Picayune solos on “In Your Eyes” during The Voices spring concert April 2 at Malone Chapel. The Voices are, from  left, Malorie Townsend of Petal, Ethan Martin of Pisgah, Allen Holifield of Laurel, Mariah LeBlanc of Purvis, Frank Henry of Poplarville, Claire Loper of Lumberton, Jonathan Morris of Brooklyn, Rachel Pierce of Columbia, Rhett Unbehagen of Carriere, Danielle Rogers of Petal and Carl DeFrance of Vicksburg.
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The PRCC Singers close the concert with Somewhere.
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