RCC presents spring show

The Riverland Community College music department will present its spring concert at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, May 6 at the Frank W. Bridges Theatre.

“Trippin’ Through Time,” will feature the Riverland College Choir, Frequency (formerly the Briars) and Riverland Connection singing hits ranging from 1964 through 2014. The eclectic assortment of music will include Rodgers and Hammerstein, Billy Joel, Adele, Queen, Gershwin Mankato’s own David Dickau and more.

This show will be a first for the newly-formed Riverland Connection, an ensemble of alumni singers.

The Riverland College Choir will present selections from “The World Beloved, A Bluegrass Mass,” which was a piece they will be performing in New York’s Carnegie Hall in June.

Frequency will bring to life favorites like Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody,” “The Best of GLEE — Season 3 and a flashback to the 80s with a medley of music by Weird Al Yankovick.

Suggested donations are $5 for adults and $3 for 18 and under. For more information visit www. riverland.edu/music or call 507-433-0547.

Students and alumni participating

Austin: Trei Miller, Angela Reed, Anthony Jax, Austin Hodnefield, Charlie Martin, Derek Caine, Garrin Loveland, Jacob Whalen, Janae Soucek, Jessica Williams, Kristy Bina, Kyle Sellers, Micah Strobel, Sam Deyo, Tracy Duenes, Emily McAlister, Lindsey McAlister, Eliza Williams, Jerry Girton, Kaye Perry, Alice Holst, Heidi Anderson, Natalie Bunnell, Pamela Koser, Kimberly Zerke, Kevin Oldenkamp, Nick Braaten, Scott Anderson.

Albert Lea: KaSee Yar, Dori Schou

Alden: Anne Szymanski

Blooming Prairie: Jake Gustine, Robert Johnson, Aliza Mainard

Dexter: Kara Sathre, Emma Waters

Frost: Korey Frandle

Grand Meadow: Adam Pitts

Hayfield: Caitlyn Ferguson

Lyle: Alexa Ferguson

Milwaukee, Wis.: Lyndon Pope

Owatonna: Joshua Friedman

Stacyville, Iowa: Jordyn Bissen

Wells: Joy Wiersma and Christian Wiersma.

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