WATCH AGAIN! Spring Choral and Instrumental Concerts Celebrate Seniors and Wow the Audience


Choral Concert uploading …. will be up soon. 



Photos by Nick Dermer ’20

Singing In Style: The Girls Chorus class rocked some sweet shades and rain coats as they sang “Hello, Goodbye” by the Beatles.

Chills In the Air: Grace Keating ’20 (front right) and the Girls Chorale sent chills through the audience as they sang a stunning cover of “A Thousand Years” by Christina Perri. It is clear that singing means a lot to these girl as Grace Keating ’20 expresses that “singing gives me more freedom to express myself, and it’s also a way to escape from the stress of everyday life.”

Loud and Proud: The Vox Lucis filled the room with their powerful voices during the song “Pompeii” by Dan Smith.

Rock ‘n’ Roll: Toby Yarrington ’20 stole the spotlight with his electric guitar solo during the Vox Lucis performance of “Bohemian Rhapsody” by Freddie Mercury.

The Brotherhood: Eddy Warburton ’18 gave a passionate solo during the Vox Lucis performance of “He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother” by Rob Russell and Bobby Scott.

Looking Towards the Past: Mrs. Wuertz invited Choir alumni to join the Vox Lucis for their last song.

Goodbye Old Friend: The girls Canta Belles and Chorale got emotional as they bid farewell to their seniors.

Contagious Energy: Mr. Bernie Sauer was full of life and enthusiasm as he conducted the Canta Belles’ last performance of the year.

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