Churchill Singers Performed Alone, Together During Quarantine

[embedyt][/embedyt] Westminster College’s very own Churchill Singers poignantly recorded individual singing parts during the COVID-19 quarantine this spring. Their performances of “Come In and Stay Awhile,” by Composer Rhonda Polay, recently were edited together by Caleb Alexander, Visiting Instructor of Fine Arts.

Churchill Singers are, left to right, Stephen Rogers, ’23; Sally Krebs, ’20; Sam Studer, ’20; Barrett Houska, ’20; Covell Lindstrom, ’21; Abby Beach, ’20; Sarah Ehlmann, ’23; Lydia Hale, ’20; Enky Mhlongo, ’21; Anna Bossaller, ’23; Paige Bishop, ’21; Luke Cryer, ’21; Morgan Gordy, ’23; Sam Jenkins, ’20; Kelsie Slaughter, ’20; Nik Franklin, ’22; and Alexa McPherson, ’20. The Churchill Singers are directed by Dr. Natasia Sexton.

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