SHAMOKIN — The Cecilian Club will present its February concert at First Presbyterian Church, Sunbury and Liberty streets, at 7:30 p.m. Monday. This month’s concert is titled “In the Sanctuary.”
The concert will start with a double vocal trio by Carol Ellis, Amber Madden, Nedra Templar, Nan Weller, Peggy Wehry and Tiffany Kaseman, singing “Ticket to the Kingdom,” by Moore. Bonny Klinger will accompany. Next will be an organ/piano duet by Noriene Ladd and Margaret Morris, playing “Lead Me to Calvary,” by Kirkpatrick.
Mary Wydra, accompanied by Klinger, will sing “O the Blood,” by Miller. Next will be a clarinet solo. Mary Anne Miller, accompanied by Klinger, will play “Come to Jesus / ’Tis So Sweet Medley,” by Rice and Kirkpatrick, arranged by Coleman.
The concert will continue with a vocal ensemble. Morris, Madden, Mary Hollingshead, Miranda Moyer, Kaseman and Miller, accompanied by Weller, will sing “The Gift of Love,” by Hopson. Maxine Harvey and Moyer are next with a flute duet, “Sheep May Safely Graze,” by Bach. Weller will accompany.
Hollingshead, Wydra, David Kopitsky and Rob Ensinger, accompanied by Morris, will sing “Unbounded Grace,” by Wyrtzen. Templar will follow with a piano solo, “It Is Well / Be Thou My Vision,” arranged by Matthews. Next will be a vocal trio by Hollingshead, Moyer and Wydra, accompanied by Morris, singing “In This Very Room,” by Ron and Carol Harris.
The concert continues with an organ solo by Ladd, playing “Make His Praise Glorious,” by Wolaver. The concluding number will be “How Great Thou Art,” arranged by Williams, sung by Ellis and accompanied by Klinger.
The public is invited to join the club for this month’s concert, which is free of charge.