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SOUTHEASTERN GOSPEL MUSIC ENSEMBLE CONCERT
– Southeastern Louisiana University’s Gospel Music Ensemble will present
a free concert on Thursday, Dec. 8, at 7 p.m. at Hammond’s Greenfield Baptist
Church. Ensemble Members are, from left, front:
Pamela Williams, Jaquita Williams, Marshuan Robertson, Larry Taplin,
Michael Kyles, Brittney Harris, Jessica Scott, Latonya Sneed, Maggie Probst,
and Director Kenya Lawrence Jackson; center, Joe Johnson, Kenza Montgomery,
Jimysha Andrews, Gloria Thomas, Floyd Holden Jr., Travis Bush, Travia Bell,
April Warren, Tenisha Dalton, Melissa McKey, Ronnisha Junior; back, LaShonda
Freeman, Natalie Chesser, Erica Brumfield, Brittany Bickham, Donta Mills,
Darren Bridgewater, Joshua Ikegulu, Kintrell Smith, Leslie Palmer, Erica
Milligan. Not shown are Abdul Burl, Kai Baptiste, Brandon Parker, Keith
Chaney, and Josh Johnson.
SOUTHEASTERN GOSPEL MUSIC ENSEMBLE
TO PERFORM DEC. 8
HAMMOND – Southeastern
Louisiana University’s Gospel Music Ensemble will present a free concert
of traditional and contemporary gospel pieces and holiday season favorites
on Thursday, Dec. 8.
Conducted by Kenya Lawrence
Jackson, the 30-voice Department of Music and Dramatic Arts ensemble will
perform at 7 p.m. at Greenfield Baptist Church, 110 J. W. Davis Dr. in
Jackson said selections
will include Kurt Carr’s “God Blocked It”; “Seek Ye First,” a hymn arranged
by the Gospel Music Ensemble’s composer-in-residence and accompanist, Jan
Youngblood, and “a foot-stomping Quincy Jones arrangement of Handel’s ‘Hallelejah
Soloists will include Brittany
Bickham and Jimysha Andrews, LaPlace; Pamela Williams, Bogalusa; Marshaun
Robertson, Clinton; Joe Johnson and Leslie Palmer, Hammond; Brittney Harris
and Kenza Montgomery, Baton Rouge; Travis Bush, Reserve; Melissa McKey,
Denham Springs; and Jaquita Williams, Paincourtville.
The ensemble also includes
Hammond -- April Warren,
Baton Rouge – Donta Mills,
Gloria Thomas, Jessica Scott, Michael Kyles, Darren Bridgewater, Joshua
Ikegulu, Natalie Chesser, LaShonda Freeman, Keith Chaney.
Tickfaw – Erica Brumfield
LaPlace – Erica Milligan
Reserve – Abdul Burl, Kai
Baptiste, Travia Bell
Kentwood – Larry Taplin.
Independence – Ronnisha
Junior, Tenisha Dalton, Floyd Holden Jr.
Waggaman – Kintrell Smith
New Orleans – Brandon Parker
Mandeville – Maggie Probst
Ventress – Latonya Sneed.
For additional information,
contact the Department of Music and Dramatic Arts, 985-549-2184.