State Fair Community College Holiday Concerts


State Fair Community College Music Arts hosted their Holiday Concerts Friday and Saturday night in the Stauffacher Theatre on campus, members of the Jazz Choir sings “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” Saturday evening. SFCC Music Arts Coordinator Ronald J. Sayer said that although the weather was spring-like he hoped the music would inspire thoughts of Christmas.


SFCC Chamber Choir members sing a 16th century French Christmas carol, “Ding Dong Merrily on High,” arranged by George Hernandez, during Saturday’s performance in the Stauffacher Theatre. Both the SFCC Chamber Choir and Jazz Choir participated in the two night concert performance. SFCC Music Arts Coordinator Ronald J. Sayer directed the choirs; he was accompanied by Sedalia Symphony Orchestra Conductor Gwendolyn Kappelman.


Britt Faaborg, SFCC Jazz Band and instrumental music instructor, plays piano with, John Robertson, left, and Max Smith, along with the Jazz Runners Jazz band during the Saturday night performance by the college’s music art students. The Jazz runners played five selections including “Baby, It’s Cold Outside,” by Frank Loesser; arranged by Roger Holems, and “Go Tell It on the Mountain,” arranged by Paul Clark. The band includes, drums, saxophone, trumpet, guitar, bass and trombone.


Men, members of the SFCC Chamber and Jazz Choirs, sing a 13th century chant, “Divinum Mysterium,” during the Saturday evening Holiday Concert in the Stauffacher theatre. “Divinum Mysterium,” also called “Of the Father’s Love Begotten” was written by Roman citizen and Christian Marcus Aurelius Clemens Prudentius.


State Fair Community College Music Arts hosted their Holiday Concerts Friday and Saturday night in the Stauffacher Theatre on campus, members of the Jazz Choir sings “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” Saturday evening. SFCC Music Arts Coordinator Ronald J. Sayer said that although the weather was spring-like he hoped the music would inspire thoughts of Christmas.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_TSD121415SFCCConcert-1.jpgState Fair Community College Music Arts hosted their Holiday Concerts Friday and Saturday night in the Stauffacher Theatre on campus, members of the Jazz Choir sings “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” Saturday evening. SFCC Music Arts Coordinator Ronald J. Sayer said that although the weather was spring-like he hoped the music would inspire thoughts of Christmas.

SFCC Chamber Choir members sing a 16th century French Christmas carol, “Ding Dong Merrily on High,” arranged by George Hernandez, during Saturday’s performance in the Stauffacher Theatre. Both the SFCC Chamber Choir and Jazz Choir participated in the two night concert performance. SFCC Music Arts Coordinator Ronald J. Sayer directed the choirs; he was accompanied by Sedalia Symphony Orchestra Conductor Gwendolyn Kappelman.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_TSD121415SFCCConcert-2.jpgSFCC Chamber Choir members sing a 16th century French Christmas carol, “Ding Dong Merrily on High,” arranged by George Hernandez, during Saturday’s performance in the Stauffacher Theatre. Both the SFCC Chamber Choir and Jazz Choir participated in the two night concert performance. SFCC Music Arts Coordinator Ronald J. Sayer directed the choirs; he was accompanied by Sedalia Symphony Orchestra Conductor Gwendolyn Kappelman.

Britt Faaborg, SFCC Jazz Band and instrumental music instructor, plays piano with, John Robertson, left, and Max Smith, along with the Jazz Runners Jazz band during the Saturday night performance by the college’s music art students. The Jazz runners played five selections including “Baby, It’s Cold Outside,” by Frank Loesser; arranged by Roger Holems, and “Go Tell It on the Mountain,” arranged by Paul Clark. The band includes, drums, saxophone, trumpet, guitar, bass and trombone.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_TSD121415SFCCConcert-3.jpgBritt Faaborg, SFCC Jazz Band and instrumental music instructor, plays piano with, John Robertson, left, and Max Smith, along with the Jazz Runners Jazz band during the Saturday night performance by the college’s music art students. The Jazz runners played five selections including “Baby, It’s Cold Outside,” by Frank Loesser; arranged by Roger Holems, and “Go Tell It on the Mountain,” arranged by Paul Clark. The band includes, drums, saxophone, trumpet, guitar, bass and trombone.

Men, members of the SFCC Chamber and Jazz Choirs, sing a 13th century chant, “Divinum Mysterium,” during the Saturday evening Holiday Concert in the Stauffacher theatre. “Divinum Mysterium,” also called “Of the Father’s Love Begotten” was written by Roman citizen and Christian Marcus Aurelius Clemens Prudentius.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_TSD121415SFCCConcert-4.jpgMen, members of the SFCC Chamber and Jazz Choirs, sing a 13th century chant, “Divinum Mysterium,” during the Saturday evening Holiday Concert in the Stauffacher theatre. “Divinum Mysterium,” also called “Of the Father’s Love Begotten” was written by Roman citizen and Christian Marcus Aurelius Clemens Prudentius.

State Fair Community College Music Arts hosted their Holiday Concerts Friday and Saturday night in the Stauffacher Theatre on campus, members of the Jazz Choir sings “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” Saturday evening. SFCC Music Arts Coordinator Ronald J. Sayer said that although the weather was spring-like he hoped the music would inspire thoughts of Christmas.

SFCC Chamber Choir members sing a 16th century French Christmas carol, “Ding Dong Merrily on High,” arranged by George Hernandez, during Saturday’s performance in the Stauffacher Theatre. Both the SFCC Chamber Choir and Jazz Choir participated in the two night concert performance. SFCC Music Arts Coordinator Ronald J. Sayer directed the choirs; he was accompanied by Sedalia Symphony Orchestra Conductor Gwendolyn Kappelman.

Britt Faaborg, SFCC Jazz Band and instrumental music instructor, plays piano with, John Robertson, left, and Max Smith, along with the Jazz Runners Jazz band during the Saturday night performance by the college’s music art students. The Jazz runners played five selections including “Baby, It’s Cold Outside,” by Frank Loesser; arranged by Roger Holems, and “Go Tell It on the Mountain,” arranged by Paul Clark. The band includes, drums, saxophone, trumpet, guitar, bass and trombone.

Men, members of the SFCC Chamber and Jazz Choirs, sing a 13th century chant, “Divinum Mysterium,” during the Saturday evening Holiday Concert in the Stauffacher theatre. “Divinum Mysterium,” also called “Of the Father’s Love Begotten” was written by Roman citizen and Christian Marcus Aurelius Clemens Prudentius.

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