Fall concert opens choir season in a big way

Mason Abraham, Media Staff

Five curricular choirs performed on October 11th to two packed houses of friends family and members of the community at 6pm and 8pm in their fall concert.  

Over 400 students performing in all of the choirs which include; Concert Choir, Madrigals, Freshman Choir, Mixed Choir, and Bel Canto.  

“We had a wonderful attendance and sold about 850 tickets,” said head choir teacher Lukas Warren. “All of the choirs sang very well it was a great way to start the year.”  

The choir all performed a very broad range of music.  

“We try to find some literature for the kids that helps them work on the technical aspects of singing and also gives them a lot of different music styles to take in,” said Warren.  

Even though Warren was pleased with all of the performances of his choirs he will continue to push his students to grow and develop further in their musical abilities.  

“Last night was a good stepping stone towards our holiday concert which is in 9 weeks,” said Warren.  “So yes, we definitely have lots of work to do but it was a good first step.”


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