Fall concert brings choirs together once again

All the Hamilton choirs come together to present the Fall Choir Concert.

On Thursday, Oct. 18 all the high school choirs – Honor’s choir, Women’s Chorale, and the Musical Theatre class – joined together for the first time this year to persent to  the annual fall concert.

Every year the music program collaborates as one to bring the joys of fall to the Hamilton community and that doesn’t seem to be changing this year. Not only is this concert  a treat for the audience, hearing great songs that mean so much, but it’s a good time for the singers as well.

“The fall concert is always so important, it’s the first time all the choirs get to come together and sing all at once,” Honor’s choir senior Amanda Haverdink said. “I was most excited to hear the other classes and the songs that they chose.”

“The fall concert went pretty good and it was a great show for the audience,” MTC’s Jaclyn Westrate said.

Songs that were included in the concert were “Two Japanese Proverbs”, “O My Luve’s like a Red, Red Rose”, “Evenin’ Time”  and “I Am in Need of Music”, which the Honor’s choir sang. “Up to the Mountian” and “Danza” was performed by Women’s Chorale. MTC did “The Train”, “The Ash Grove” and “Gaudeamus Hodie”. All the choirs sang an African song called “Bonse Aba” at the beginning of the event.

“I think the best part of the concert was the group song,” Westrate said, “it created a great atmosphere for the show.”

“I was looking forward to hear our choirs and see how much they have changed from last year,” senior Anissa Krauss said.

The three choir groups also dedicated two songs to Mrs. Holly Isreals, showing just how much they miss, respect, and care for her.  Mrs. Israels is currently away from school on family leave.


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