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New RCC Choral director seeks interested singers

GRANTS PASS — Singers high school age and older are invited to join the Rogue Community College Chorus, now under the direction of Deborah Pratt.
The chorus meets from 6-7:50 p.m. Mondays in Room T2 on the Redwood Campus, 3345 Redwood Hwy. For participants who do not want college credit, there is no charge for registration, which can be completed at the first rehearsal.
Those who want credit can register at www.roguecc.edu.
The chorus performs a variety of music from the Renaissance to the contemporary pieces including classical, folk, Broadway, popular and world music.
Pratt, who recently joined RCC, holds a Master of Arts in music education from the University of Iowa where she studied vocal pedagogy and choral conducting. She has over 25 years of experience directing youth and adult choirs and orchestras in academic, church, and community settings as well as teaching classes and private lessons in voice, piano, guitar, strings, and music theory.
Pratt formerly owned Great Northwest Music in Grants Pass, where she taught music and supervised five music teachers serving 150 music students. A classically trained soprano, she has performed in the past four community sing-along productions of Handel’s Messiah. She also has performed throughout Wisconsin and Iowa and has studied and plays many instruments including piano, cello, French horn, clarinet, and guitar.
For more information, contact Pratt at [email protected]

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