The Music Program area at Kellogg Community College will showcase the talents of some of the departments most talented and advanced vocal and instrumental students at its annual Student Honors recital on Wednesday, May 2, at 7:30 p.m. in the Davidson Visual and Performing Arts Center Auditorium, on campus at 450 North Ave., Battle Creek.
Dr. Gerald Case-Blanchard, Music Program coordinator, choir director and professor at KCC, said the students performing are selected by instructor recommendation, and that the concert will feature “the best performers currently studying vocal or instrumental music through our applied music studios.”
Featured Student Performers:
Timothy Lotter, French horn
Samantha Tilley, Piano
Gaia Herrick, Clarinet
Iris Hunter, Flute
Chamellia Goodman, Flute
Madison Etheridge, Voice
Amanda Adams, Voice
Mrs. Cynthia Garn, staff pianist will accompany students.
ABOUT THE APPLIED MUSIC AREA:
All Kellogg Community College students, regardless of academic major have the opportunity to take private music lessons in any number of instruments and/or voice. Students receive rigorous instruction from music division faculty, preparing them for performance in studio seminars and master classes, recitals, college and community auditions or for self – enrichment purposes. These are private lessons open to all interested students and community members. Lessons are available for both credit and non-credit options. Instructors teach once a week on a one-to-one basis. For more detailed information, contact Dr. Gerald Case-Blanchard, Music Coordinator, at 269-965-3931 ext. 2566 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. or visit www.kellogg.edu/music.
Gerald J. Case-Blanchard, D.M.A.
Director of Vocal Music
Music Area Coordinator
Branch County Community Chorus
Dr. Gerald J. Blanchard, lyric baritonehttp://www.geraldblanchard.webs.com