'Spring Sing' to be held May 10

Mount Mercy University's Choir, Jazz Connection and University Band will perform a special concert titled, "Spring Sing" on May 10 at 7:30 p.m. in Stello Performance Hall, Warde Hall. The performance is free and open to the public; seating may be limited.

Performances will include:

- Holy God, We Praise Thy Name,
- An Irish Melody, arr. Margaret Tucker
- Air for Band, Frank Erickson
- Overture to Royal Fireworks Music, G.F. Handel
- A Childhood Hymm, David Holsinger
- Concert Rondo, W.A. Mozart
- Horn Soloist – Tess Fewell
- Fantasy on "Keystone Chorale," Richard Saucedo
- Over the Rainbow, arr. Teena Chinn
- The Best of All Possible Worlds, from Candide, Leonard Bernstein
- I Want to Hold Your Hand, arr. Teena Chinn
- Aquarius/Let the Sunshine In, arr. Greg Gilpin
- Someone Like You, Adele
- They Can't Take That Away From Me, George Gershwin
- Let's Call The Whole Thing Off, George Gershwin
- Oh I Got Plenty o' Nuttin', George Gershwin
- Women, from The Merry Widow by Franz Lehar
- The Can Can, from The Merry Widow

Mount Mercy offers numerous Happenings on the Hill cultural affairs events each year, including plays, lectures, forums, and exhibits, which are free and open to the community. Series such as the Race and Gender Speaker Series and the Barbara Knapp Speaker Series offer resources on business-related topics of interest and perspectives on the global and local issues of race, gender, minorities, and cultural differences. 

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