Summary of the spring concerts

There is no shortage on concerts for LCCC this spring, with events going on from the beginning of April through the end of the semester.

The first will be held on April 8, where the performance faculty will perform at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church. Following that will be the Cantorei pre-tour concert on April 9 at St. Mark’s. The brass ensemble will also attend and perform that day.

Later in the month there will be a Chamber concert with Theresa Bogard from the University of Wyoming at 7 p.m. on April 21 at St. Mark’s. This event will be followed by a student honors recital on April 22 where some of the top students will have a chance to come out to perform and showcase their solo work.

For May events, the jazz band is planning a concert May 3 on campus in the student landing area, next to the cafeteria. This will most likely be 12:30-1:30 p.m. that day. The final large ensemble concert will be on May 6 at South High.

Ensembles range from 20-40 individuals, with a mix of students and community members. They typically practice two times a week, with a smaller practice during the day for students and an evening practice for all members to come together.

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My name is Jesse Twitchell, and I was born and raised in Cheyenne, Wyoming. I graduated high school in 2012, and shortly after, I started attending classes at Laramie County Community College. I’ve been a Multimedia major for the entire time I have attended this college. I took a break from school in 2014 when I joined the Wyoming Air National Guard, and attended training in Texas, Arkansas and Washington. My position in the Air Force is C-130 Loadmaster. I coordinate airdrops, as well as overseeing the on-loading and off-loading of our cargo aircraft. On my time off from work and school, I write music and play videogames. I do not have a favorite genre of music, however I mostly write acoustic songs on the guitar. I am looking forward to finishing my multimedia degree and moving on to the University of Wyoming to continue my education.

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