AURORA – The Purdue University Purduettes are performing at Rosary High School in Aurora on Feb. 9 at 2 p.m. The event is open to the public.
Celebrating music of all genres with a vast repertoire including pop, classical, contemporary, country, swing, patriotic, Broadway, gospel and jazz, this multi-talented troupe of women represents the best and brightest from a variety of majors and areas of study at Purdue, according to a news release from Rosary High School.
Rosary graduate Ashley Fritz ('17) has been a member of the Purduettes since her freshman year. A resident of Geneva, Fritz is a junior at Purdue, majoring in French and communications.
Local students also in the Purduettes include: Andrea Romero of Lisle (Naperville High School ‘19); Kayla Bussert of South Elgin (St. Charles North High School ‘16); and Lauren Pengiel of Lemont (Lemont High School ‘18).
The Purduettes are directed by Jeff Vallier and assisted by Jake Stensberg.
The concert is sponsored by the Rosary Fine Arts Boosters. Tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for ages 12 and under. Purchase tickets online at www.rosaryhs.com/purduettes or at the door.
The concert will be held in the school’s McEnroe Auditorium. Rosary is located at 901 N. Edgelawn Drive in Aurora.