UMKC men’s choir performs during seminar

UMKC men's choir performs during seminar

By Miranda Snyder

The UMKC men's choir "Amphion" performed a variety of acapella during seminar on Thursday, March 22.

Miranda Snyder

Regan Jones, features editor

The UMKC men’s choir “Amphion” performed on Thursday, March 22 during seminar with their director Jake Narverud, who played the piano. They performed a variety of men’s acapella with some pop and jazz like “Kansas City” by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller and “The Ring of Fire” by Johnny Cash.

Choir director Sheree Stoppel thought that the choir was excellent.

“They are a fun, loving and talented group of young men,” Stoppel said. “I enjoyed their performance and felt that the students who attended were very focused on the group.”

Sophomore Meghan Fuller agrees.

“I thought it was really good,” Fuller said. “I like how they san songs from different genres and styles. They’re a very talented group.”

Their next performance is at Union Station on Saturday, April 14 at 5 p.m. The theme is “Songs of the Old West” with some contemporary songs, as well.

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