NICEVILLE — A number of Northwest Florida residents will perform "Selections from the Messiah" Sunday at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' Niceville chapel.


NICEVILLE — A number of Northwest Florida residents will perform "Selections from the Messiah" Sunday at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' Niceville chapel.



The performance — 7 p.m. April 19 at 1100 Palm Blvd. — will feature these people:



•Jeffrey Rink, Mattie Kelly Distinguished Chair in Music and Conducting, as guest conductor



•Soloist Jeremy S. Ribando, chair of Northwest Florida State College's Humanities, Fine and Performing Arts Division



•Baritone Donovan Black, director, performing, "Thus Saith the Lord" and "The Trumpet Shall Sound"



•Mezzo soprano Jennifer Boudette, Rink's wife, performing, "But Who May Abide"



•Paul Tessier, bass, singing, "The People That Walked in Darkness."



•Mandy Asmus, with daughter Meishe, and Holly Tew (with her husband, Aaron; two sons, Chapman and Weston; and father, Aldo Seager, on cello) singing "He Shall Feed His Flock." Holly Tew is an assistant principal at Crestview High.



•Ingrid Roberts, wife of Dr. Mike Roberts, of North Okaloosa. 



•Soprano Katie Pickler singing "I Know that My Redeemer Liveth."



•Ingrid Roberts, first violinist in the Northwest Florida Symphony Orchestra.



The concert is free to attend. Call 862-3263 for more information.