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Choirs left Tuesday a not-so-silent night

The women's chorus sings the opening song for the choir concert, following the middle school choir.

The women's chorus sings the opening song for the choir concert, following the middle school choir.

IMAGE / Krista Staley

The women's chorus sings the opening song for the choir concert, following the middle school choir.

IMAGE / Krista Staley

IMAGE / Krista Staley

The women's chorus sings the opening song for the choir concert, following the middle school choir.

The choir classes had their holiday concert on Wednesday, Dec. 19, at 7 p.m. in the auditorium.

Performances were by the Armstrong Middle School choir and three Kearsley High School choirs: women’s chorus, men’s chorus, and the Treble Singers.

The first duet of the night included seniors Claudia Moore and Niccos Patrick singing “When Christmas Comes to Town,” a piece by Matthew Hall and Meagan Moore.

The last duet of the night was performed by senior Chloe Clarambeau and sister Karlee Clarambeau, freshman, singing “I’ll be Home for Christmas” by Bing Crosby.

For the closing of the concert, all choirs came together to perform “Peace, Peace” by Rick Powell.

The choirs performed to a packed house, as there were not many seats left open.

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Krista Staley, Opinion Editor


Birthday: March 25, 2001
Hobbies/Interest: Writing, reading, and painting.
Favorite Quote: "Those people who tried to bury you didn't know you were a seed." - Dinos Christianopoulos
Favorite Book: "Milk and Honey" by R.H. Sin and " Perks of Being a Wallflower" by Stephen Chbosky
Plans After High School: To study and pursue neuroscience to become a future neurosurgeon.

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