Skyline Singers, Whitney Center for the Arts' newest ensemble-in-residence, will make their performance debut at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 26, in Kinnison Hall at Sheridan College.
Directed by Dr. Robert Psurny, director of choirs and vocal studies at Sheridan College, the Skyline Singers are a professional chamber choir made up of eight singers from Wyoming and Montana.
Comprised of sopranos Erin Henke and Stephanie Zukowski, altos Leah Hoblit and Cara Robertus, tenors Psurny and Zach Vreeman, and basses Logan Henke and John Zirkle, Skyline Singers brings together some of the best professional singers in the region.
According to a news release from the college, each year Skyline Singers will perform once during the spring semester and once during the fall semester in Kinnison Hall.
Saturday’s performance will feature all a cappella music in several different languages by a wide range of composers including Claudio Monteverdi, Anders Edenroth, Ola Gjeilo, Robert Pearsall, Franz Schubert and more.
The concert is free and open to the public. Tickets are not required.
For more information, go to whitneyarts.org.