Get ready for a show Tuesday, Oct. 15, when the Wawasee High School Choral Department presents its fall concert in the high school auditorium. The show’s curtains will open at 7:30 p.m. with the public cordially invited to attend.
The department has been working very hard to present this show, and it is guaranteed to bring a smile to attendees faces.
The eighth-grade choirs from both Milford and Wawasee Middle School will be joining the high school choirs for the concert, where they will be performing “Africa” and “Haven’t Met You Yet.” The eighth grade choirs are directed by Peg Zimmerman and Hope Bechtel, respectively.
Vocal Motion will be singing and dancing to “Beautiful Day,” “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You),” “Let Me Be Your Star” and “Light Up the World.” Dance captain for the group is senior, Amanda Bradley.
The Advanced Chorus girls will be singing “Life Has Loveliness To Sell” and “Drift Away.” Meanwhile, the Beginning Chorus will entertain us with “A Joyful Song” and “Drive My Car.”
“Land of the Free,” will be performed by all of the combined choirs at the conclusion of the program. All choirs will also participate in the grand finale, which will feature the song “Don’t Stop.”
Tickets are $5 for general admission with children 5 years and under being free.
Director of the high school choirs is Connie Meadows with Veronica Runyon serving as the choreographer for Vocal Motion.