Sept. 29 Peninsula Performance Today: Classical specrum from composers, students and professionals

Oct 4, 2017

For KDLL's special membership drive edition of Peninsula Performance Today, we put central Kenai Peninsula musicians center stage.

Featured in this show:

Tomoka Raften, performing “Earth” by Takatsugu Muramatsu in a concert for the wedding of Renee Henderson, retired choir teacher at Kenai Central High School.

Raften in a quartet with her students Katie Stoll, Ruth Pearson and Kailey Mucha, performing “Arcadia.”

Kyle Schneider, choir teacher at Homer High School, singing an aria from Il Trovatore by Giuseppi Verdi

Garrett Mayer, jazz pianist, performing “Realize”

Selections from the Soldotna High School Jazz Band — “Moon Dance,” by Van Morrison, and “Stand by Me,” by Ben E. King. And the SoHi Swing Choir — “Under the Boardwalk,” by Kenny Young and Arthur Resnick, and “Sixteen Tons,” by Merle Travis.

“A Heart of Corruption” by Soldotna composer Tykan Daly.

A movement of “Kenai Peninsula Suite,” by Al Fry, of Sterling.