The spring term Chorus Class from Oregon Coast Community College will present its final concert of the term on Tuesday, June 11, at the college’s Newport campus.

The class, under the direction of Music Instructor Dr. Mary Lee Scoville, will present a variety of musical selections including “Will There Really Be a Morning,” based on a poem by Emily Dickinson and written by Victor C. Johnson; “Bohemian Rhapsody,” written by Freddie Mercury and arranged for choir by Mark Brymer; “Scales and Arpeggios” from Walt Disney’s “Aristocrats;” “Peter Piper Fantasy,” arranged by Douglas E Wagner; and “A Concert Celebration,” a medley of Broadway selections by Andrew Lloyd Webber.

The performance will start at 12:10 pm in the Commons area of the campus at 400 SE College Way.

There is no admission fee and the public is invited to come celebrate the end of the school year with music.

For more information, call 541-867-8501 or go to oregoncoastcc.org.

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