Center Stage: Purduettes at Westminster
The ladies take their place on the risers and receive pre-show instructions and inspiration from director, Jeff Vallier.
Purduettes Bass player Eddie McLaughlin and Drum Player David Pierrat look over their music and prepare for the upcoming performance.
Emy Wadsworth introduces the Purduettes.
The women surround the room, filling it with the sound of their crisp voices. "All That Hath Life and Breath".
The ladies encourage the audience to "Get Happy".
Sophomore Lyndsey Hernandez meets a new friend when the ladies run out to the audience for personal serenades to "Baby Face".
Sophomore Erin Handy serenades a resident of Westminster.
Senior from Indianapolis, Indiana, Sarah Beatty says her goodbyes to a Westminster resident as the women exit for the specialty set.
The Purduette Trio was a hit and sounded fantastic. Here they sing their tune "Opus 1".
Junior Jessica Starrett mingles after the show with a gentleman of Westminster.
The Purduettes return to Westminster every year. It is a great performance for both them and the residents. The performance was followed by juice and cookies. Tara Knoop, Tina Tzinares, and Emily Friesen enjoy some yummy snacks provided by Westminster.