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Junior and Senior High Hold First Choir Concert

by Rhayna Waldner


The junior and senior high choirs had their annual fall concert on Thursday, October 19, starting at 7 p.m. in the gym. Choir teacher Terri Haselhorst directed the concert and was accompanied by Celine Fehringer on the piano. This was the first concert of the year for both choirs.

The junior high choir performed first. They sang three songs starting with “Gone, Gone, Gone,” by Mark Brymer. Their next song was “Shoo Fly,” by Greg Gilpin, and their final song was “Amani,” by Audrey Snyder. For the last song, Abram Scholting, Addison Croghan, and Benjamin Brahmer played percussion.

At the conclusion of the junior high choir, the senior high choir started off with a song called, “Good News,” by Roger Emerson, and their second song was also by Roger Emerson named “The Glory.” For their third song of the night, the choir performed a song called “Te Deum” by Ruth Morris Gray.

After these songs, the newly-formed swing choir performed two songs, along with choreography. This was the first time the swing choir has ever performed. The first song was called, “Change the World” by Mark Brymer, and the last song they did was “Spinning Wheel” by Kirby Shaw. At the conclusion of the swing choir, the full senior high choir sang two more songs called “I Can See The River Jordan” by Jay Althouse and “The Crawdad Song” by Greg Gilpin.

“It was nice to have a larger choir group this year, and I think we sounded good all throughout the night,” Senior Brianna Furstenau said. “It was our first time doing swing choir, and I think the performance went pretty well.”

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