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Spring Chorus Concert

posted May 21, 2019, 6:42 AM by Nickie Powell   [ updated May 21, 2019, 6:53 AM ]
Spring Chorus Concert
The Seneca High School Choral Department will be presenting their spring concert on Tuesday, May 21 at 8:00pm.  The program will feature the Mixed Chorus, Honors Women’s Chorus, Honors Chorale and Madrigal Singers.  

The concert will open with the Madrigal Singers singing the Jamie O’Neal classic “When I Think About Angels”, featuring Emma Shirley and Sterling Hamilton, “Toxic” featuring Ellie Cannon and made famous by Britney Spears, “Superstition” made popular by Stevie Wonder and “I Lived” by OneRepublic.  The men of the group will sing “The Longest Time” featuring John Broom and written by Billy Joel.

The Mixed Chorus will sing “Antiphonal Cantate” and “City of Stars” from the hit movie La La Land.  The girls will sing “Inscription of Hope” by Stroope.

The select Honors Women’s Chorus will combine with the female voices from the Honors Chorale to perform their SC State Festival pieces entitled “Songbird” by Quartel and “No Time” arranged by Brumfield.   The Honors Women’s Chorus will also sing “Never Enough” from The Greatest Showman and “Brighter than the Sun”.

The award-winning Honors Chorale will close the concert with their two festival selections and also “Shallow” featuring Austin Mauldin and Caroline Crowe and close with a special senior tribute and song entitled “Runnin’ Home to You” from The Flash with soloist Ethan Williams.

The Honors Chorale and Honors Women’s Chorus recently competed at the South Carolina State Choral Assessment.  Both choirs received a “Superior with Distinction” rating, the highest rating earned at the State Choral Assessment event.  The Seneca High School Choral Program also earned an Outstanding Performance Award which is offered to choral programs that excelled in all state choral events from the past school year.

Ms. Diane McFarlane is director of the choral ensembles.  Mrs. Masheila Cobb is the accompanist.  Mrs. Felicia Leroy, Seneca High School Principal, will provide the welcome.

The Seneca High School Spring Choral Concert will take place at Seneca Baptist Church.  Admission is free and open to the public.