Featured Musicians 3

By day, Cindi (Nobbs) Klingel is a mild mannered instructor at Kellogg Community College, teaching in the Office Information Technology department’s Open Entry program. She holds a master’s degree in Computer Science from Western Michigan University, but her first love is music. Her bachelor’s degree, also from WMU, is in music, where her instrument was piano. She is a graduate of Marshall High School where she played viola in the orchestra and sang in/accompanied the Women’s Ensemble and Marshall Singers. She taught piano to students in the Marshall area for over 20 years and was the organist at her church for 3 years. Cindi has accompanied Marshall High and Middle School students at Solo and Ensemble festivals for 36 years. She currently directs the handbell choir at her church, where she has served in this capacity for 28 years. In the early ‘90s John Carroll invited Cindi to join the band to play mallet parts (instruments in the percussion section that are arranged like a keyboard). It has been one of the highlights of her summers ever since. As Cindi frequently states, “They give me mallets and they want me to hit things! That’s pretty tough to beat.”

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 Alan Elliott was raised in Coldwater where he enjoyed singing and performing in musicals. He received his bachelor's degree from the University of Michigan and his master's from Michigan State University. He enjoys performing with the Marshall Civic Players and other local theatre groups. He has worked professionally for Tibbits Summer Theatre, Cornwell's Dinner Theatre, What A Do Theatre and the Great Escape Stage Company. He owns Aetistry Technologies, a web application development firm. He lives in Marshall with his beautiful bride Dawn, and their three children.

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Eric Campbell, Dave Burkhead, and John Marshell played Three Solitaires a trumpet trio feature at Marshall Rotary Band's only concert ever scheduled for an inside stage and during the school year in 2014..

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  Three regular members of Marshall Rotary Band also play alphorn:
 Kevin Hendrick (tuba), Frank Jess (French horn), and John Griffith (euphonium).

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  The Marshall Public Schools Band Directors's Trumpet Trio ( Jeremy Root, David Conklin, and Ross VanNess) has been a featured ensemble at Brooks Fountain since 2008.

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  Marge Smith (vocal coach) rehearses with a Men's Vocal Quartet in preparation for a Marshall Rotary Band concert. This quartet has performed at the Brooks Fountain 4th of July Celebration since 2008.

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