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Baron Singers to perform Spring Concert on April 11
The Baron Singers of Brewton-Parker College will be performing their spring concert Tuesday, April 11, on the BPC campus in Mount Vernon.
The free concert begins at 8:15 p.m. in the Gilder Recital Hall of the Miller Music Building.
The Baron Singers is an auditioned student ensemble consisting of eight singers and an instrumental combination well known for its high-energy performances under the direction of Dr. Glenn Eernisse, an associate professor of music and chair of the Brewton-Parker Division of Music.
The Baron Singers’ spring concert will include performances of “Put A Little Love In Your Heart”, “I’ve Got The Music In Me”, “I’m A Believer”, “Superstition”, “You Raise Me Up” and a “Rock This City” medley that includes “We Built This City”, “R.O.C.K. In The U.S.A.” and “Land Of 1000 Dances.”
Vocalists in the Baron Singers are: Jonathan Bates, Hayley Boisseau, John DeBorde, Adrianne Fox, April Hutchins, Lisa Vincent, Doug Pittman and Dallas Wilke.
Baron Singers band members are: Eernisse, Brandon Herrington, Jonathan Lewis, Matt Barlow, John Reed and Jamie Sexton. Michael Crosby is the sound technician.
In their earlier years, the Baron Singers were identified with folk music but have evolved into a very versatile performing ensemble, including styles from gospel and spirituals to jazz, and pop and rock music from the past and present.
The spring concert will come at the end of the Singers’ tour, which includes concerts at various locations in Florida and Georgia. The mix of popular music assures the concert will be one that people of all ages will enjoy.
Inquiries concerning the concert or the Baron Singers may be directed to the BPC Music Division at 583-3131.