Choirs make final preparations for spring show


Senior Chamber members pose for a picture.

Choir is putting their final touches on their annual spring show. The show will be tomorrow and Wednesday night in the PAC at 7 p.m.

“I think we’re prepared,” senior Kristen Novit said. “It was always a time crunch. We started practice about a week ago and the show is in less than a week. So it’s quick, but we’ve had experience.”

Members have attended many rehearsals to put the show together. Members say that it will be worth it since this is the last show that will include senior performers.

“We have had a lot of after school rehearsals and we’ve been dancing in class for the past two weeks.” Novit said. “The student choreographers have done a good job putting everything together.”

The show includes songs from The Greatest Showman that will be performed by the seniors in celebration of their last show with the team.

“I’m excited to have one last chance to perform with the people I’ve been performing with since middle school, but I’m also sad because it’s coming to a close,” Novit said. “We have a really cool opportunity to do a senior song. A couple of seniors arranged something for us.”

Seniors are very involved in the upcoming show. Many of them will be featured in songs.

“Most of the solos, like individuals and groups, are mostly older students, like seniors.” Choir director Michael Zook said. “Usually it’s a mix between everybody but since we have a larger senior class it’s mostly seniors.”

For many freshmen, this year’s show will be their first time in the spotlight.

“It feels pretty exciting but nerve wracking,” freshman Claudia Balque said. “It’s just the first time doing this and it’s going to be a big group of people. I’m feeling pretty excited. It’s going to be great.”

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