The 35th annual Hope College Musical Showcase will be presented on Friday, Feb. 9, at 7 p.m. in the Concert Hall of the Jack H. Miller Center for Musical Arts. The concert will feature 200 Hope College students performing in the Department of Music鈥檚 major instrumental and vocal ensembles and soloists.

Hope College students take the stage for this fast-paced, musical spectacular, during which audience members hear everything from opera to jazz. The hardest part for those attending is containing their enthusiasm, at least at first. In the tradition of the quick-moving musical event, audience members are asked to hold their applause until intermission and the end of the performance.

Vocal performances include junior Maicee Bishop of Kalamazoo singing 鈥淗yacinth,鈥 by Margaret Bonds; senior Emlin Munch of Traverse City singing 鈥淣acht und Tr盲ume,鈥 by Franz Schubert; and senior Jane Ellen Altevogt of Ann Arbor singing 鈥淏eside the Sea,鈥 by Florence Price. All singers will be accompanied by collaborative pianists Christina Krause and Jane Bosko.

Piano soloists include senior Anna Triezenberg of Midlothian, Illinois, performing Paul Ben-Haim鈥檚 鈥淐apriccio Agitato鈥; freshman Kellen Woolhiser of Bay City performing 鈥淎 Gershwin Melody,鈥 by George Gershwin; and freshman Carter Schmelz of Clarence, New York, performing 鈥淧r茅lude, Op. 43, No. 1,鈥 by Reinhold Gli猫re.

Organ soloists include junior Caitlyn Brown of Kalamazoo playing 鈥淔anfare in D,鈥 by Jacques-Nicolas Lemmens; and senior Sam Grosskreuz of Newburg, Wisconsin, playing 鈥淭occata,鈥 from 鈥淪uite Gothique, Op. 25,鈥 by L茅on Bo毛llmann.

The featured large vocal ensembles include the Chapel Choir, conducted by Peter Kadeli, singing 鈥淲ade in the Water,鈥 by Moses Hogan, and 鈥淒own to the River to Pray,鈥 arranged by David L. Mennicke; and SPERA, conducted by Pamela Pierson, singing 鈥淗ark, I Hear the Harps Eternal,鈥 arranged by Mark Hayes, and 鈥淲here the Light Begins,鈥 by Susan LaBarr. SPERA will be accompanied by collaborative pianists Allison Keep and Anna Triezenberg.

The featured instrumental ensembles include the Concert Band, conducted by Anand Sukumaren, playing 鈥淎brams Pursuit,鈥 by David Holsinger; the Orchestra, conducted by Samuel Pang, performing 鈥淚ntermezzo鈥 from 鈥淐avalleria Rusticana,鈥 by Pietro Mascagni; and the Jazz Arts Collective, conducted by Robert Shipley, playing 鈥淟ady Bird,鈥 by Tadd Dameron (arranged by Mark Taylor), and 鈥淪traight Ahead,鈥 by Count Basie, arranged by Sammy Nestico.

Tickets are $10 for regular admission and $7 for 六和合彩开奖记录 faculty and staff members. Admission is free for Hope students. Tickets are available at the Events and Conferences Office located downtown in the Anderson-Werkman Financial Center (100 E. 8th Street). The office is open for ticket sales on weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and can be called at (616) 395-7890. Tickets may also be purchased online at hope.edu/tickets.

To inquire about accessibility or if you need accommodations to fully participate in the event, please email accommodations@hope.edu.  Updates related to events are posted when available at hope.edu/calendar in the individual listings.

The Jack H. Miller Center for Musical Arts is located at 221 Columbia Ave., between Ninth and 10th streets.