Under the direction of Todd Richman, the 52-member choir selected “That’s Entertainment” as the focus of their concert.
Attesting to the popularity and talent of the Monroe City Singers, another standing room only crowd attended their third spring concert performance this week at the Methodist Church in Monroe City on Sunday, April 29.
Under the direction of Todd Richman, the 52-member choir selected “That’s Entertainment” as the focus of their concert. Accompanists were Lana Anderson and Marsha Crowley.
A 14-member jazz ensemble opened the concert with three instrumental selections. Members of the Jazz Ensemble were: Flute, Krickit Shoemaker and Toni Hunter. Clarinet, Bonnie Berrey and Michael Wilson. Saxophone, Levi Buckman, Colby Schulz and Kathleen Wilson. Trumpet, Todd Richman and Aaron Robertson. Trombone, David Wilson. Guitar, Ron Peterson. Bass, Gary Ely. Piano, Marsha Crowley and Guy Callison on the drums.
Soloists included Deb Carey, Toni Hunter, Donna Long, Lindsay Thome, JoAnn Wilcox, Jeana Drebenstedt, Dennis Klusmeyer, Ron Peterson, Doug Smith, Michael Wilson, Frank Ewart, Ralph Harn, Charlie Hawkins, Colby Schulz and Gene Wharton.