Holiday Concert!

Dec. 2, choir will be having their winter concert.

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Holiday Concert!

Staley and his second hour practicing for their upcoming concert.

Staley and his second hour practicing for their upcoming concert.

Natalie Tizatl

Staley and his second hour practicing for their upcoming concert.

Natalie Tizatl

Natalie Tizatl

Staley and his second hour practicing for their upcoming concert.

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Attention Pumas! Winter season is just right around the corner — time for sweaters, tasty food, and the soothing  scent of peppermint twirling around the place. Let’s not forget the best part, listening to traditional Christmas music. A winter season isn’t winter season with its blissful music. 

By this upcoming winter,  Jameson Staley wants to get you into the holiday spirit. He has planned a festive concert for this winter. Lots of seasonal winter music will be sung to get you into the spirit.

This winter concert, choir educator Jameson Staley has plan a fun, festive, and diverse concert for this upcoming performance. There will be lots of seasonal songs performed. He can assure that it will be mostly winter theme music. Staley also has arranged two popular songs from Pentaniox. 

“It’s gonna be a lot [about] seasonal music which is not exclusively Christmas music, but all winter theme music,” he said. “And we are gonna do some popular arrangements like Pentaniox.” 

But don’t worry, they will still be performing traditional, jazz, and popular music. And for the little kids, the classical childhood songs from “The Grinch” and “Polar Express” will be performed for them to enjoy too. 

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Great way to kick off [the] holiday season with some fun and festive!”

— Jameson Staley

In this winter concert, Staley will also be featuring students from band and orchestra. Most of these songs require music from orchestra and band. 

“However, on our concert we will be featuring a few songs of students from orchestra,” He said. “There are several choir songs I’ve picked […] are going to feature string player.”  

Dec. 2, in the auditorium at 7 pm, admission will be five dollars ($5) at the door. So come on down and get into the holiday spirit!

 

 

 

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