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Choir springs into a seasonal concert

The Men's Chorus warms up before performing at the spring concert on Thursday, March 21.

The Men's Chorus warms up before performing at the spring concert on Thursday, March 21.

IMAGE / Courtesy of Ashley Harroun

The Men's Chorus warms up before performing at the spring concert on Thursday, March 21.

IMAGE / Courtesy of Ashley Harroun

IMAGE / Courtesy of Ashley Harroun

The Men's Chorus warms up before performing at the spring concert on Thursday, March 21.

Choir students had their spring concert on Thursday, March 21, at 7 p.m. in the KHS auditorium.

Performances were by the Armstrong Middle School Choir and three KHS choirs: Women’s Chorus, Men’s Chorus, and the Melody Makers.

The first duet of the night included seniors Chloe Clarambeau and Niccos Patrick singing “Someone to Watch Over me,” a piece by Jay Althouse.

The Armstrong Middle School Choir opened the concert, performing the songs “Do-Re-Mi” from the Sound of Music by Mark Brymer, “Disney Movie Ballads” by Mac Huff, and “Lean on Me” by Bill and Pat Medley.

Closing the concert, the Melody Makers sang “Feeling Good” by Alan Billingsley.

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