NW-SCC to hold a FREE Christmas Concert, A Christmas Celebration!

By  | December 2, 2017 | Filed under: News

Chorale performs at NW-SCC Homecoming Celebration on April 29, 2017, on the Phil Campbell campus

PHIL CAMPBELL-Northwest-Shoals Community College’s Music Department will hold a FREE Christmas concert, A Christmas Celebration!, Sunday, December 10, at 3:00 P.M. at First Baptist Church in Russellville, Ala.

The Concert will feature two of the college’s musical groups: The Northwest-Shoals Chorale directed by Jeff McAlister and The Northwest-Shoals Jazz Band directed by George Crummie.

Jazz Band performs at NW-SCC Homecoming Celebration on April 29, 2017, on the Phil Campbell campus

Admission is FREE. For more information, please call Jeff McAlister at 256.331.6299.

Chorale Members Hometown Jazz Band Hometown
Lauren Allen Haleyville Joshua Aderholt Haleyville
Layne Boyd Russellville Zach Aderholt Haleyville
Bekkah Church Russellville Kalley Baker Tuscumbia
Allie Harris Haleyville Carter Berry Haleyville
Nate Harris Double Springs Salvador Blanco-Perello Russellville
Devan Hulsey Natural Bridge Patrick Crummie Russellville
Zeke Lowery Russellville Cheyenne Dutton Haleyville
Olivia Martinez Houston, Ala. Haley Emmerson Haleyville
Carson McInnish Bear Creek Nate Harris Double Springs
Jacob Patterson Double Springs Allison Harvey Phil Campbell
Regan Roberts Mt. Hope Devan Hulsey Natural Bridge
Lucas Shepherd Russellville Dillon Jackson Phil Campbell
Lindsey Shotts Hamilton Zeke Lowery Russellville
Hannah Swinney Russellville Olivia Martinez Houston, Ala.
Cody Wakefield Lynn Madison Price Hamilton
Tommy Quinn Hackleburg
Matt Wilson Phil Campbell

Media Release/Trent Randolph
Public Information Officer
Northwest-Shoals Community College

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