Donna Egbert is a retired teacher who now enjoys spending her time golfing, bowling, and playing games. She is an alto who started singing with VOICES in 1998, but has not participated for the past 2 years. VOICES has given her an opportunity to sing in an excellent chorus with a family of friends. Donna reveals that she was a trombone major at Murray State University and taught music for 10 years. She continues to play trombone in the River Cities Community Band. She tells us that her favorite VOICES Concert was when VOICES performed at the San Jose GALA under Kimcherie Lloyd. It is by far her most memorable time with VOICES. She is happy to be singing again in the 20th Anniversary Reunion concert and believes Guest Conductor Alise Oliver has grown so much as a person, and especially as a conductor since she first joined the chorus. Donna is confident in Alise’s skills as an excellent teacher who will make sure we all know our music come April 11.