Ellisville, MS – Seven Jones County Junior College sophomore music students invite the public to hear their last solo performances before graduation. The final performances will be held in the Foote Chapel on the JCJC campus in Ellisville on three nights in April.
Scheduled to perform on Tuesday, April 7, at 7 p.m., will be Ashley Mills of Waynesboro on horn, Leah Dueitt of Neely will give a performance on piano and Gary Young of Ellisville will perform a vocal recital.
On Monday, April 13, Doby Herring of Waynesboro will perform on his euphonium while Caleb Guilbeau will give a trumpet recital.
Final performances for Neely’s Leah Dueitt on trombone and vocalist, Harlan Mapp of Hattiesburg will be held on Tuesday, April 14, at 7 p.m.
Sophomore recital performers for the April 7, concert are pictured from left to right: Leah Dueit,
Ashley Mills and Gary Young.
Sophomore music students (pictured left to right) Doby Herring and Caleb Guilbeau will perform
their last solo recital in April.
Sophomore music students (pictured left to right) Leah Dueitt and Harlan Mapp
will perform their last solo recital in April.
Each recital is free and open to the public and is a part of the sophomore music student’s degree requirements for JCJC. For more information about the JCJC music program or the sophomore recitals call the Fine Arts department at 601-477-4094.
Photos and Story by Teresa McCreery, JCJC Media & Public Relations Director