Jazz vocalist to bring inspiration
to Deaf History month

Sometimes it takes being affected by adversity to bring out art and inspiration. Now at Laramie County Community College we have the opportunity to see that inspiration firsthand.

Jazz vocalist Mandy Harvey, of Denver, a sufferer of profound hearing loss, will bring her talent and passion to an audience this month to raise awareness about Deaf History Month.

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Collaboration sensation:

Soprano Tiffany Du Mouchelle and percussionist Stephen Solook of the duo Aurora Borealis will participate in an event encouraging new musical opportunities for students on Tuesday, April 7.

Aurora Borealis
to perform in Cheyenne

Some northern lights may be in the air in the Cheyenne community.

The Bank of the West Music Series and the Laramie County Community College Foundation will bring the promising talents of a musical duo, Aurora Borealis, who will not only perform but will also show students and the community the relationship between people and music.

The event, planned by Foundation Alumni Affairs and Event Planning Director Lisa Trimble, will feature voice and percussion compositions from soprano Tiffany Du Mouchelle and percussionist Stephen Solook. They will perform several pieces from the Wyoming and Colorado community—one of which comes from LCCC’s instrumental music instructor, Bryan Christian.

Aurora Borealis will perform at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 7, at Cheyenne Central High School’s auditorium. Admission is free.

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Current Events
March 27

Open Mic
3-4 p.m.
The LCCC Playhouse

Mandy Harvey: Jazz Vocalist
7 p.m.
Health Science Building,
Room 111-113

April 7

Advising Day, no classes

Bank of the West Music Series
presents Aurora Borealis
7 p.m.
Cheyenne Central
High School auditorium

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