Marshall County High School’s music department hosted its first Fine Arts Focus series concert of the 2017-18 school year Monday at MCHS. The event featured performances by the MCHS Percussion Ensemble, Chamber Singers and Jazz I ensemble. The event kicks off a series of performances highlighting the various programs within the fine arts department for the year.
MCHS drama students will perform in the next Fine Arts Focus event Nov. 16-18 with their rendition of the Bob Fosse musical, “Chicago,” at the Performing Arts Center. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students.
Assistant Director of bands Joel Roberts directs the Jazz I Ensemble Monday during the first Fine Arts Focus concert of the year at Marshall County High School in Draffenville.
Dane Howell (left), Austen Meyer and Devin Richards (front)
Seth Brown (left), Dane Howell and Devin Richards (foreground).
Curtis Bradley (left) and Carson Wright
Jackson McMillen (left) and Philip Koebel
Natalie Miller (left) and Shelby Parks
Shelby “Sheep” Starks
The MCHS Percussion Ensemble opens Monday’s Fine Arts Focus Concert in Draffenville.
The MCHS Chamber Singers sing their rendition of Neil Young’s “Harvest Moon” Monday during the Fine Arts Focus Concert at MCHS.
Elizabeth Stevenson performs with the Chamber Singers.
Photo courtesy of Leann Ferguson || Gavin Jones plays his solo Monday during the concert at MCHS.
Photo courtesy of Leann Ferguson || Seth Brown (standing, center) plays an improv solo Monday during the Jazz Ensemble concert Monday at MCHS.
Photo courtesy of Leann Ferguson
Photo courtesy of Leann Ferguson || Gregory Franklin plays with the percussion ensemble Monday at MCHS.