Potomac State College/Community Jazz Ensemble to present free jazz concert

The West Virginia University Potomac State College/Community Jazz Ensemble will present a big band jazz concert on Thursday, Nov. 14 at 7:30 p.m. in the Church-McKee Arts Center on the campus of Potomac State College. The band will perform a variety of big band jazz styles and will feature many of the band’s outstanding soloists. 

The Jazz Ensemble, under the direction of Fred Kesner, rehearses weekly at the College and is comprised of the area’s finest jazz musicians.  Saxophone section members include Richard Frush, Brent Weber, Bill Green, Ed Cameron, and Mike Pfaff.  The trumpet section consists of Jay Moon, Cameron King, Bill AuMiller, and David Wall.

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Potomac State Basketball to Host Catamount Madness

The West Virginia University Potomac State College Women’s and Men’s Basketball teams will host Catamount Madness, Wednesday, Nov. 6, at 6 p.m. in the Lough Gymnasium.

The Catamount Madness showcase will begin with traditional “meet the squad” introductions of the Potomac State women’s and men’s teams. Following introductions, a series of events are scheduled to entertain the fans and display the talents of the team members including 3-point shootouts and a dunk contest.

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WVU’s Potomac State College holding Men’s Soccer Clinic

By PSC Student Jason Littleton

West Virginia University Potomac State College is holding a Men’s Soccer ID Clinic on Nov. 16 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Stayman Field.  Men’s Soccer Coach Ethan Patrick invites high school male soccer players and athletes from West Virginia and surrounding areas to participate in the ID Clinic and discover all the exciting things happening with the men’s soccer team at Potomac State College.

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Potomac State College Band to present Fall Concert

The West Virginia University Potomac State College/Community Concert Band will perform its annual Fall Concert on Tuesday, October 22 at 7:30 p.m. in the Church-McKee Arts Center Auditorium.  The concert is free and open to the public.
 
The band will perform a program with a variety of selections, beginning with Frank Erickson's "Lyric Overture."  The band will also perform "Lindbergh Variations" by Robert Sheldon; "American Symphonette No. 2" by Morton Gould; "Galop" by Dmitri Shostakovich; "Sleepers, Awake" by J. S. Bach, and the "Burst of Flame" Concert March by Richard Bowles.

The band will also perform a Holiday Concert on December 4 in conjunction with the WVU Potomac State College/Community Jazz Ensemble.

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WVU Potomac State students experience life in Riffa, Bahrain


Students from West Virginia University’s Morgantown campus and the Potomac State College campus in Keyser spent spring break 2019 in the Kingdom of Bahrain, an island located on the southwestern coast of the Persian Gulf, to attend the Royal University foStudents from West Virginia University’s Morgantown campus and the Potomac State College campus in Keyser spent spring break 2019 in the Kingdom of Bahrain, an island located on the southwestern coast of the Persian Gulf, to attend the Royal University for Women.  PSC’s students included Hosanna Barrett (second from left, standing) and Brittany Nelson (fourth from left, standing).  

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Students Win Book, Tuition Scholarships and Photo Challenge at Recent Discover Day Event

Emily Ratliff with Campus President, Jennifer Orlikoff

Discover Potomac State Day, an open house event, was recently held on the campus of West Virginia University Potomac State College in Keyser, W.Va. During the event, Emily Ratliff, left, participated in and won the photo challenge by tagging the College at #DiscoverPSC. She won the Potomac State College sweatshirt she’s wearing. She attends Hampshire High School. Campus President Jennifer Orlikoff presented the PSC gear to Ratliff. 

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Vienna Boys Choir coming to Keyser

Vienna Boys Choir coming to Keyser

It’s a journey through the America’s as the Vienna Boys Choir performs at 7:30 p.m., Oct. 29 at the Church McKee Arts Center on the campus of Potomac State College as the Highland Arts Unlimited season continues.

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