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Concert Choir and Chanter Tigres to perform Sunday, Oct. 5
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On Sunday, Oct. 5, the Central Christian College Concert Choir and Chanter Tigres, a select vocal ensemble, will perform at 10 a.m. Community Christian Church, located east of Barton Community College at 253 NE 30 Road.
The choirs will present their fall Homecoming program in its entirety, which is set to be presented at 7 p.m. on Oct. 10 at Greer Auditorium in McPherson. Songs to be performed include April is in My Mistress’ Face by Thomas Morely, Psalm 23 by Paul Basler, Jonah! by Stephen Hopkins, and Walking in the Spirit by Mark Hayes. The college will also provide a worship band to lead the congregational worship for the morning service.
The 26-member choir is made up of students majoring in many different subject areas including Contemporary Christian Music (CCM), Worship Arts, Ministry, Education, and more. They are under the direction of Great Bend native Tiffiney Harms, and accompanied by Brett Janssen. Harms is in her second year as the Professor of Vocal and Choral Activities at Central Christian College, where she teaches the choirs, applied vocal lessons, applied piano lessons, and conducting courses.  She has been on the faculty at Tabor College, McPherson College, and Bethany College. She is also the Choral Accompanist at McPherson High School and Middle School.