The Bridgewater College Jazz Ensemble will perform on Sunday

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The Bridgewater College Jazz Ensemble, under the direction of Dr. Christine Carrillo, will perform at 3 p.m. on Sunday, March 20 at Cole Hall on the College campus.

The concert will open with “April in Paris” by Vernon Duke and arranged by Jeff Hest. Featured soloists on the song are junior music majors Conrad Krytusa and Wyatt Smith on trombone and trumpet, respectively.

Thad Jones’ “Us” will follow with music major Kevin Epps as the soprano sax soloist. Epps and Smith will then join applied physics major Hannah McPherson on clarinet for “Sandu” by Clifford Brown and arranged by Chris Sharp. Junior Music Major Luke Cronin on flugelhorn and Senior Biology Major Heather Knott on alto sax will then perform “Beauty and the Beast” with lyrics by Howard Ashman, music by Alan Menken and arrangement by Sammy Nestico.

The program will continue with “I Wan’na Be Like You” by Richard and Robert Sherman and arranged by John Wasson. Annika Benson, a health and exercise science student, will play piano for the song, Nathan Sullivan, a freshman music student, will play trumpet, Krytusa will play trombone, and Knott will play alto saxophone. Seven students from Bridgewater College will then perform “The Woogie” by Wycliffe Gordon.

Sunday’s performance will end with “Soul Vaccination” by Emilio Castillo and Stephen Kupka and arranged by Paul Lavender, with Epps as soloist on tenor sax.

The performance is free and open to the public.

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