Thursday November 26th, 2015 7:25AM

Piedmont Singers' Fall Concert set for Nov. 7

By Staff
DEMOREST - The Piedmont College Singers will perform their Fall Concert at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 7, in the college Chapel in Demorest. Admission is free.<br /> <br /> The ensemble of 49 select student singers is directed by Dr. Wallace Hinson and will be accompanied by Louise Bass on organ. The college's touring group, the Singers have performed across the U.S. and Canada and this past summer presented concerts in England and Wales. Renowned for their musical refinement and stylistic versatility, the ensemble will present a program including works dating from the 1500s to modern times. Selections for the Demorest concert include works by Marek Jasinski, Giovanni Palestrina, Gerald Finzi, and Benjamin Britten.<br /> <br /> The Piedmont Singers include sopranos: Tessa Herron, Megan Holder, Amber Kesler, Lydie Koffi, Leah Mooney, Katie O'Neill, Cheyanne Osoria, Elizabeth Parmer, Carsey Pilcher, Jennifer Pitt, Lisa Smith, Rebekah Staton, Brittany West, and Amanda Wolfrey; altos: Sophia Allison, Kate Berardi, Isabella Brown, ErikaJade Carr, Chastin Dobbs, Brianna Foley, Kelly Hood, Katie Marlowe, Torrey McDowell, Mary-Elizabeth Pirkle, Elena Register, Katie Robinson, Libby Scoggins, Hannah Thomas, and Etta Yaughn; tenors: Mitchell Auger, Brett Bellamy, Brandon Deen, Kordai Harris, Nic Johnson, Nikolai Peek, Aaron Phillips, Ben Rikeman, Storm Tipton, and Zack Turner; and basses: Ben Cisse, Jeremy Douylliez, Albert Gerring, Phillip Hayner, Cole Martin, Taylor Sexton, Zach Smagur, Chris Sudderth, Alex Thomlinson, and John Wright.
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