NWC News Desk

NWC Studio Singers perform March 29 and 30 in Powell

Posted March 23, 2007

P O W E L L, W y o. - There'll be plenty of toe tapping and finger snapping when the Northwest College Studio Singers present their annual concert of American popular song standards Thursday and Friday, March 29 and 30. Both concerts begin at 7:30 p.m. in the Nelson Performing Arts Center Auditorium in Powell.

The program for both nights includes familiar tunes like "When I fall in Love," "Can't Help Lovin' That Man" and "Fly Me to the Moon." The all-star list of composers contributing to the evening features names like Cole Porter, George Gerschwin, Miles Davis and John Coltrane.

The repertoire also spotlights an original piece by Katie Robichaud of Powell, who wrote and will perform "La Nicotine."

The Studio Singers are directed by Mike Masterson, NWC professor of music and chair of the Visual and Performing Arts Division.

Admission is free.

Members of the Northwest College Studio Singers & Rhythm Section:


From Cody:
Kate Jones
Hyder King
Shad McNeil
Josh Paredez (bass)
Vernon Ward

From Greybull:
Shawn Kebler (guitar)

From Hanna:
Nathan Smith

From Lander:
Sean Francis (drums)

From Meeteetse:
Amber Offley

From Powell:
Demrie Bratt
Zack Eckerdt
Katie Robichaud

From Rock Springs:
Sara Ricord

From Robertson:
Elaine Hickman (piano)

From Sundance:
Laura Cundy


From Bonners Ferry:
Kaleb Richey (sound)