Inaugural performance for Kantorei Summer Choral Institute June 29

June 28, 2013 

The Kantorei Choir will launch its inaugural Summer Choral Institute at 7:00 p.m. June 29 at Holy Spirit Catholic Church in Lee’s Summit.

The inaugural performance will feature the choir’s College Youth Chamber Choir; a gathering of 26 area singers representing thirteen different colleges and universities. The concert will feature the music of Arvo Part, Paul Mealor, Stephen Paulus and many more. Most are alumni of Lee’s Summit R-7 School District choir programs.

The singers met this week to prepare for the free concert.

The following is a list of students performing at the concert and their respective universities and colleges:

Soprano:

Brooke Myers-University of Central Missouri

Bri Shepardson- Northwest Missouri State University

Jamie Schlotzhauer-University of Missouri-Kansas City

Chloe David- University of Missouri-Kansas City

Olivia Lynn- University of Missouri-Kansas City

Anna Kain- Depauw University

Emily Eckfeld- University of Missouri-Columbia

Alto:

Kaitlyn York- Luther College

Leah Owen-Pepperdine University

Alexis Rolls- University of Kansas

Kayla Burns- Baker University

Shelby Spiwak- Missouri State University

Kayla Cooper- University of Missouri-Kansas City

Tenor:

Vince Woods- University of Missouri-Kansas City

Kenny Tran- Illinois Wesleyan University

Jon Logan- Northwest Missouri State University

Josh Bass- Missouri State University

Ben Shively- University of Missouri-Kansas City

Trevor Todd

Bass:

Jon Duncan- Kantorei of Kansas City

Daniel Swope- University of Central Missouri

Alex Kolster- University of Central Missouri

Daniel Musgrave- University of Missouri-Kansas City

Trenton Piepergerdes- Vanderbilt University

Spencer Martin- Missouri State University

Sergey Simmons- Harding University

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