Choir looking to show skill at Variety Show

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The SHS choir last year. Holdt has been working hard to make sure that the choir maintains its reputation as one of the best in state. “i love working hard and singing” sophomore Andrew Rines said.

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Choir has been hard at work recently with preparing for the forthcoming Variety Show. Usually there are three concerts a year in which all the choirs prepare for the Variety Show (fall concert), winter concert and fine arts concert (spring).  All the choirs had to attend a mandatory 90 minute concert rehearsal Sept. 24 and for the other concerts there are three hour rehearsals prior to the concerts.

Despite what most students would think- that it would be horrible to stay after school for that long, many students enjoy it.

“It may be a tough job, but we all have a lot of fun and I have made a lot of new friends, plus I achieved deep bonds with others through this program,” sophomore Alexander Katz said.

Juniors and seniors get many more benefits than underclassmen.

“I don’t really like how upperclassmen get more privileges like being able to eat the food first, but I can’t wait until I’m one of them,” sophomore Andrew Rines said.

Mr. Kenneth Holdt keeps on making his choirs work hard and produce one of the best choir programs in the state.

“I’m really looking forward to what the choirs will bring to the variety show,” Holdt said.

 

Photo courtesy of McDaniel’s photography.

The SHS choir last year. Holdt has been working hard to make sure that the choir maintains its reputation as one of the best in state.  “i love working hard and singing” sophomore Andrew Rines said.