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Olivet College to host wind ensemble concert Oct. 27
Oct 11, 2005

OLIVET, Mich. The Olivet College Wind Ensemble will present a concert titled, Shortcut Home, in the Olivet Congregational Church, Thursday, Oct. 27 at 7:30 p.m. The concert is free and open to the public.

Under the direction of Jeananne Nichols, assistant professor of music and director of instrumental studies, the wind ensemble will perform music by Leonard Bernstein, Percy Grainger, Dana Wilson and Charles R. Young. The event music will explore themes of home and family from differing compositional viewpoints.

The wind ensemble features Annie Bahling, a freshman from Lachine; Bryan Borders, a junior from Battle Creek; Amber Case, a junior from Union City; Barbara Despins, a junior from Battle Creek; Amanda Egmer, a freshman from Constantine; Melanie Engels, a sophomore from Battle Creek; Shane Koehler, a junior from Battle Creek; David Lewis, a sophomore from Marshall; Amanda Livingston, a freshman from Bellevue; Shantell Mathis, a sophomore from Detroit; Kristina Mellinger, a freshman from Constantine; Kayla Mohlman, a senior from Battle Creek; Shauneene Peterson, a junior from Battle Creek; Denise Ritzer, a junior from Kalamazoo; Starr Roberts, a sophomore from Battle Creek; Kat Roesch, a junior from Oakland Twp.; Michael Ryan, a sophomore from Eastpointe; Chad Sands, a freshman from Marshall; Scott Sands, a sophomore from Marshall; Jenny Shaw, a junior from Hastings; Marylouise Stevens, a junior from Mason; Margaret Todd, a senior from Bangor; Sara Trubac, a freshman from Holt; Jenny Vest, a junior from Homer; Jennifer Wagg, a freshman from Brighton; Jeff Walls, a junior from Mason and Andrew Wasson, a freshman from Grand Ledge.

Members of the Olivet College Concert Choir will participate as a section of the instrumental ensemble, under the direction of Timothy Flynn, Ph.D., music program director and assistant professor of music. Kirk Hendershott-Kraetzer, associate professor of humanities, will serve as the guest narrator for the performance.

For more information, call (269) 749-7682.


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