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Choir salutes Broadway musicals

After two semesters of practices and competitions, the campus choirs will conclude the year with their Spring Concert on May 17.

The concert will be performed in Ground Zero on campus starting at 7 P.M., with free admission. The concert is expected to run slightly over an hour.

Earlier in the semester, the choirs took a trip in effort to unwind in Southern California where they made a stop at Disneyland.

Similar to the Band final concert, the choir aims to feature their senior leaders. Choir director Aaron Bryan anticipates a memorable night entitled Broadway to the Big Screen, a salute to musicals.

“I am really excited for our year end concert,” Bryan said. “This will be the first time every FC choir from elementary to high school will participate in one concert.”

Freshman Alyssa Quenzer appreciates the change in song choice and attire. Ensemble will perform songs “The Song that Goes Like This” and works by Roger and Hammerstein. Women’s chorale and Women’s Ensemble will sing a medley from the show Annie as well as “America” from The West Side Story.

“This is a fun concert that has more familiar songs,” Quenzer said. “Instead of wearing our formal dresses, we are going to wear costumes that correspond to the song we are singing.”

In anticipation of summer, some students eagerly await a chance to take a break from singing and relax.

“It’s nice knowing that this is the last concert,” Matt Nickel, ’08, said. “I look forward to receiving a short break and wait until next year.”

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    John DinsdaleOct 3, 2009 at 6:44 am

    These are two of my very best friends. And I love them with all my heart. I’ve never missed someone so much before, and I’ve never been happier when they returned to me.

    Thank you girls for being my rock in English class; I could not do it without you.

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