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Mississippi College Singers Set for Spring Tour

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Mississippi College Singers will launch a Spring 2018 tour taking the talented choral group through Louisiana, Texas and the Magnolia State for several performances.

The award-winning student choir on the Clinton campus makes its first stop in Vicksburg on March 1.

The MC students will spend a busy Thursday in the historic Mississippi River City. Led by conductor Mark Nabholz, the group will perform at Warren Central High and Porters Chapel Academy. Hours later, the students will sing at Woodlawn Baptist Church that evening.

Pack things up and the MC Singers take to the road again for concerts at West Monroe High and the Christian Heritage Classical School in the Bayou State on March 2.

The MC Singers caravan stops next in the Lone Star State.

The student choir at the Baptist-affiliated university is set for March 4 performances on Sunday morning at Stonebriar Community Church in Frisco, Texas. Following the concert, the choir travels to Suncreek United Methodist Church in Allen, Texas for a 5:30 p.m. performance. The church’s minister of music, Ben Turner, is a Mississippi College graduate.

The MC Singers are far from finished with their latest Spring tour. They are booked for a performance at Martin High in Arlington, Texas on Monday March 5. The choral director there is Mississippi College graduate Kay Owens.

Central Mississippi music lovers are invited to the MC Singers Spring Concert in Provine Chapel on March 6 to close out the tour. The event Tuesday evening is free and open to the public. The program opens at 7:30 p.m.

Not part of the spring tour, the MC Singers will perform at the American Choral Directors Association convention on March 23 in Hattiesburg.

Over the years, the MC Singers have performed on stages in Europe, South Africa, and at Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall in New York City.