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story.lead_photo.caption Submitted photo MIDWINTER: National Park College Singers presented "Midwinter" for their holiday choral concert Tuesday at St. Luke's Episcopal Church.

National Park College Singers presented "Midwinter" for their holiday choral concert Tuesday at St. Luke's Episcopal Church.

The program featured selections from a variety of sacred and secular choral masterworks of composers such as Gabriel Faurè, Ralph Vaughan Williams, and Charles Villiers Stanford, and traditional carols and modern reflections on winter from nontraditional composers such as singer-songwriter Joni Mitchel.

NPC Singers include sopranos Kaitlyn Davis, La'Sonia Holliman, Hope Windle and Ruth Suarez; mezzo-sopranos Daberath Garcia and Jenna Hamilton; baritones Ethen Lingo and Gerald Thomas; tenor Allan Robinette; and bass singers Sean Smith and Zachary Sherrill.

The concert was conducted by Ferris Allen. Pianist Lowella Cherry provided accompaniment for each of the selections, including Cantique de Jean Racine, Op. 11 by Gabriel Faure; "Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence" by Gustav Holst; "The Holly and the Ivy" arranged by Russell Robinson; "Christmas Sanctus" by Susan and Lee Dengler featuring soprano Holliman; "In the Bleak Midwinter" by Holst featuring mezzo-soprano Hamilton; "O How Amiable" by Vaughan Williams; "River" by Joni Mitchell featuring mezzo-soprano Garcia; and "Magnificat" and Nunc Dimittis in G, Op. 81 by C.V. Stanford featuring soprano Windle and baritone Lingo.

Entertainment on 12/09/2017

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