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Pacesetters: Celebrating Songs from the Heart
February 10 @ 5:45 pm - 8:00 pm
Join the Pacesetters for their February gathering with festive entertainment provided by Lyricc Jenkins, Timmi Winston and David Nagelkirk! More information about the singers can be found below. We will be “Celebrating Songs from the Heart” on Friday, February 10th in the Fellowship Hall. Doors open at 5:45 pm, dinner begins at 6 & the program will start at 7.
RSVP: Susan Mellichamp by February 6, 2023 at SusanMell@mac.com or cell: 843-697-2111. $15/per person, paid at the door.
Menu: Chicken parmesan with linguine, steamed broccoli, garden salad, dinner rolls, chocolate cake and ice cream.
David Nagelkirk, Baritone, is a native of Grand Rapids. He has performed throughout the United States and abroad as soloist in choral works by Bach, Buxtehude, Brahms, Duruflé, Händel, and Mendelssohn with ensembles such as The Ocala Symphony, and The Central Florida Master Choir, and the Hilton Head Symphony. Nagelkirk moved to the Charleston area in 2012 where he began studying at Charleston Southern University where he received his Bachelor of Arts in Music Education. While at Charleston Southern he studied voice with Dr. Jill Terhaar Lewis. During his time at Charleston Southern he was also a scholarship singer at MPPC. Upon graduation in 2016, he went on to complete a Masters of Music in Vocal Performance and Music Education at the University of Florida in Gainesville, FL. There he studied voice with Dr. Tony Offerle and Dr. Elizabeth Graham and graduated in 2018. David is an active teacher, performer, and conductor. He currently teaches choral music at Sangaree Middle School in Berkeley County.
Known for her dramatic room filling vibrancy, Lyricc Jenkins is a dramatic mezzo-soprano. A native to Charleston, South Carolina, Ms. Jenkins is working as a solo performer around Charleston and surrounding areas along with working at The Charleston Jazz Academy as a voice & piano instructor. She has worked with Charleston Symphony Orchestra (CSO) with their production of It Sings and she has worked closely along side Charleston Southern University’s productions along with being a soloist, Lyricc has worked with CSO’s chorale premiers of mass works including Bach, Britten and Mozart. She has done many different choral tours including an international tour that included various German and Switzerland cities. Lyricc has performed in various cities on the Western coast of the United States and surrounding areas.
Timmi Winston is a graduate from Charleston Southern University with a degree in Choral Music Education. She has been the Choral Director at Philip Simmons High School since 2019 in addition to being a member of the choir at MPPC from 2017 – 2022. She continues to perform with various choirs in the Charleston area and wants to say thank you to all who have and continue to support her through the arts.