Choir Prepares to Take the Stage

What a productive choir rehearsal today!  We finished learning two songs, put together all the pieces for one song, and had a final rehearsal for a performance next week, all in 30 minutes.  Whew!

The Explorers and Mustangs will start off the first music performance of the year at The Parish School “Giraffes Can’t Dance” Annual Luncheon, singing “What I Am” on October 3rd.  It will be a celebration of being true to oneself and being different.

 

In a month, a local philanthropy, Music Doing Good, is visiting our choir to film for their “Ring Them Bells!” concert, which celebrates the school’s 30th anniversary.  The Explorers have been working diligently on learning how to play xylophone tone bars, feeling a steady pulse, and working together to sound as a cohesive group.  The choir will be featured in video playing and singing “Do You Hear?”  Mark your calendar for the evening of December 8th to celebrate The Parish School’s 30 years and to see the students’ recorded performance.  It promises to be an amazing concert and event by Music Doing Good.

Another date for your calendar is the first choir performance at Book Fair/Family Night, 6:30pm on November 8th.  In addition to singing a song, students will be telling a short story.  You won’t want to miss it!

 

 

For more information on the music performances this year, please click on “Performances 12-13” on the above menu bar and view the drop down menu.

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About Hilary Yip

Music Therapy. Martial Arts. Rowing/Coxswain. Creative Movement.
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