The Chicago Tribune called jazz artist Kathy Kosins, “One of the most alluring voices in Jazz,” the International Association of Jazz Educators ranked her in the top six performers of 2005, and Chris DiGirolamo of “Inside Connection,” wrote of her, “If Jazz had four seasons, Kathy Kosins would be spring.”
And on March 29-30 she will be at Sterling College.
On February 27 visitors at Metropolitan Coffee in Hutchinson sipped beverages, enjoyed live music, and supported the Sterling College mission trip to Asia with every purchase and tip they made. It was all part of an arrangement Metro Coffee owners Jim and Myra Kitson had made with mission team member Tillie Wilbeck: if the SC students provided the music for the evening, a portion of the proceeds and all the tips would be given toward the trip.
Sterling College will present Shakespeare’s “The Merchant of Venice” at 8 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, March 4-6, in Culbertson Auditorium on the SC campus.
“The Merchant of Venice” was written by William Shakespeare in the late 1500s. Though Shakespeare called it one of his comedies, it is best known for its dramatic scenes, the complicated character of the villain Shylock and the strength of its female character Portia.