Church to have concert Feb. 9
COSHOCTON -- The Roscoe United Methodist Music Department announces that the Muskingum University concert and chamber choirs will be in concert on Sunday, Feb. 9 during the regular 10:30 a.m. service at RUMC.
The Muskingum University Concert Choir is the major choral ensemble on campus. This group performs a repertoire including sacred and secular music ranging from the Renaissance to the present. The Concert Choir welcomes students from all programs throughout the university but may require an audition. The Chamber Singers is a sixteen voice ensemble chosen by audition from the Concert Choir. The Chamber Singers perform frequently at concerts, luncheons, and banquets, both on and off campus. An eclectic repertoire marks the versatility of this ensemble.
Several Coshocton area students in the choir include: Tony Palmer, Katelyn Guenther, Raymond Cunningham, Shannon Cunningham, Kelly Florian and Karysa Kent. The accompanist for both groups, Mrs. Caroline Heading, lives in Coshocton. By going to http://www.muskingum. edu/dept/music/ensembles.html, one can obtain more information about the two musical ensembles and the university.
Pastor Steve Sullivan and Director of Music Ministries Les Widder cordially invites the community to this event. More information can be obtained by calling the church at 740-622-7780 during regular business hours. Roscoe UMC is located at 475 High St., (historic Roscoe Village). Coshocton.