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    ChristinaZhou

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    Choral Carousel

    Post  ChristinaZhou on Thu Apr 15, 2010 3:25 am

    If you think you’ve heard enough about our award-winning, glee-interviewee choral groups, then think again. This Tuesday, choir ensembles Chanteurs and New Spirit were accompanied with Treble Choir and Concert Choir for the annual Choral Carousel at the Presbyterian Church in Arcadia.
    The show itself was a feat of its own. The audience was swept away at the energy of each performer and was enjoying each note that the choirs hit. The performers weren’t any less enthusiastic; they eagerly sang their hearts out in glee. The performance incorporated playful dance numbers with lively songs from their competitions, and additionally showcased senior soloists.
    The show started off… [paragraph on the basic order of events and will include songs sung by the first few groups]
    Even as the show progressed later into the night, the energy and excitement was certainly preserved. As the senior soloists stepped out to sing, they were greeted with applause and support even before breathing a word in to the mike. [What they sang and what order they sang]
    To wrap up the concert, all performers were called to the stage, and together, they sang “Say it with a Song.” Not only did the audience enjoy the spectacular finale, but some performers were embraced by warm feeling of nostalgia. Junior Susanna Whang recalled, “I remember when I was in Treble Choir during freshman year, [it] felt so cool singing with the ‘big shots’ that were in Chanteurs!”
    Although the Choral Carousel is an annual performance, this year’s performance was even more memorable than the preceding performances-the concert was Mr. Rollie Maxson’s final concert before retirement. Loyally working for 38 years under the AUSD Choral department and 30 as the Choral Director, Mr. Maxson has done his best to create the most entertaining choral groups.
    This year, the Choral Carousel proudly showcased the choral talents of Arcadia. Not only did audiences enjoy the lively music from Chanteurs and New Spirit, but also from Treble Choir, Senior Soloists, and Concert Choir. A memorable performance, the Choral Carousel was enjoyed by both performer and spectator alike.

    ChristinaZhou

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    Re: Choral Carousel

    Post  ChristinaZhou on Thu Apr 15, 2010 10:51 am

    If you think you’ve heard enough about our award-winning, glee-interviewee choral groups, then think again. This Tuesday, choir ensembles Chanteurs and New Spirit were accompanied with Treble Choir and Concert Choir for the annual Choral Carousel at the Presbyterian Church in Arcadia.
    The show itself was a feat of its own. The audience was swept away at the energy of each performer and was enjoying each note that the choirs hit. The performers weren’t any less enthusiastic; they eagerly sang their hearts out in glee. The performance incorporated playful dance numbers with lively songs from past competitions, and additionally showcased senior soloists.
    The show started off… [paragraph on the basic order of events and will include songs sung by the first few groups]
    Even as the show progressed later into the night, the energy and excitement was certainly preserved. As the senior soloists stepped out to sing, they were greeted with applause and support even before breathing a word in to the mike. [What they sang and what order they sang]
    To wrap up the concert, all performers were called to the stage, and together, they sang “Say it with a Song.” Not only did the audience enjoy the spectacular finale, but some performers were embraced by warm feeling of nostalgia. Junior Susanna Whang recalled, “I remembered when I was in Treble Choir during freshman year, [it] felt so cool singing with the ‘big shots’ that were in Chanteurs!”
    Although the Choral Carousel is an annual performance, this year’s performance was certainly more memorable than the preceding performances-the concert was Mr. Rollie Maxson’s final concert before retirement. Loyally working for 38 years under the AUSD Choral department and 30 as the Choral Director, Mr. Maxson has worked hard to strengthen and improve the choral program. “He will forever be missed because of his dedication and will to make his students better,” said junior Micah Kwok, “I think that he has influenced many people and has been a true icon in the show choir world.” Sophomore Marissa Xing agreed, “We will miss him! I think that even though he won't be here next year, the girls and boys of choir will always remember him and how he stepped into our lives and left footprints.”
    This year, The Choral Carousel bid farewell to a well-accomplished Choral Director while entertaining audiences with their outstanding energy and performance. The Choral Carousel was the first public performance of Chanteurs’ and New Spirit’s competitive show, and it tied up the end of competition season with a great feeling of accomplishment.

    ashleychi

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    Re: Choral Carousel

    Post  ashleychi on Thu Apr 15, 2010 11:26 am

    EDIT 1

    If you think you’ve heard enough about our award-winning, glee-interviewee [word choice?] choral groups, then think again. This Tuesday, choir ensembles Chanteurs and New Spirit were accompanied with Treble Choir and Concert Choir for the annual Choral Carousel at the Presbyterian Church in Arcadia.
    The show itself was a feat of its own. The audience was swept away at the energy of each performer and was enjoying [enjoyed]each note that the choirs hit. The performers weren’t any less enthusiastic; they eagerly sang their hearts out in glee. The performance incorporated playful dance numbers with lively songs from past competitions, and additionally showcased senior soloists.
    The show started off… [paragraph on the basic order of events and will include songs sung by the first few groups]
    Even as the show progressed later into the night, the energy and excitement was certainly preserved. As the senior soloists stepped out to sing, they were greeted with applause and support [delete] even before breathing a word in to [into] the mike. [What they sang and what order they sang]
    To wrap up the concert, all performers were called to the stage, and together, they sang “Say it with a Song.” Not only did the audience enjoy the spectacular finale, but some performers were embraced by warm feeling of nostalgia. Junior Susanna Whang recalled, “I remembered when I was in Treble Choir during freshman year, [it] felt so cool singing with the ‘big shots’ that were in Chanteurs!”
    Although the Choral Carousel is an annual performance, this year’s performance was certainly more memorable than the preceding performances-the concert was Mr. Rollie Maxson’s final concert before retirement. Loyally working for 38 years under the AUSD [change to 'Arcadia Unified School District (AUSD)] Choral department and 30 as the Choral Director, Mr. Maxson has worked hard to strengthen and improve the choral program. “He will forever be missed because of his dedication and will to make his students better,” said junior Micah Kwok, “I think that he has influenced many people and has been a true icon in the show choir world.” Sophomore Marissa Xing agreed, “We will miss him! I think that even though he won't be here next year, the girls and boys of choir will always remember him and how he stepped into our lives and left footprints.”
    This year, The Choral Carousel bid farewell to a well-accomplished Choral Director while entertaining audiences with their outstanding energy and performance. The Choral Carousel was the first public performance of Chanteurs’ and New Spirit’s competitive show, and it tied up the end of competition season with a great feeling of accomplishment.

    ChristinaZhou

    Posts : 79
    Join date : 2009-09-02

    Re: Choral Carousel

    Post  ChristinaZhou on Mon Apr 19, 2010 10:12 am

    If you think you’ve heard enough about our award-winning choral groups, then think again. This Tuesday, choir ensembles Chanteurs and New Spirit were accompanied with Treble Choir and Concert Choir for the annual Choral Carousel at the Presbyterian Church in Arcadia.
    The show itself was a feat of its own. The audience was swept away at the energy of each performer and was enjoying [enjoyed] each note that the choirs hit. The performers weren’t any less enthusiastic; they eagerly sang their hearts out in glee. The performance incorporated playful dance numbers with lively songs from past competitions, and additionally showcased senior soloists.
    The show started off… [paragraph on the basic order of events and will include songs sung by the first few groups]
    Even as the show progressed later into the night, the energy and excitement was certainly preserved. As the senior soloists stepped out to sing, they were greeted with applause even before breathing a word into the mike. [What they sang and what order they sang]
    To wrap up the concert, all performers were called to the stage, and together, they sang “Say it with a Song.” Not only did the audience enjoy the spectacular finale, but some performers were embraced by warm feeling of nostalgia. Junior Susanna Whang recalled, “I remembered when I was in Treble Choir during freshman year, [it] felt so cool singing with the ‘big shots’ that were in Chanteurs!”
    Although the Choral Carousel is an annual performance, this year’s performance was certainly more memorable than the preceding performances-the concert was Mr. Rollie Maxson’s final concert before retirement. Loyally working for 38 years under the Arcadia Unified School District (AUSD) Choral department and 30 as the Choral Director, Mr. Maxson has worked hard to strengthen and improve the choral program. “He will forever be missed because of his dedication and will to make his students better,” said junior Micah Kwok, “I think that he has influenced many people and has been a true icon in the show choir world.” Sophomore Marissa Xing agreed, “We will miss him! I think that even though he won't be here next year, the girls and boys of choir will always remember him and how he stepped into our lives and left footprints.”
    This year, The Choral Carousel bid farewell to a well-accomplished Choral Director while entertaining audiences with their outstanding energy and performance. The Choral Carousel was the first public performance of Chanteurs’ and New Spirit’s competitive show, and it tied up the end of competition season with a great feeling of accomplishment.

    ashleychi

    Posts : 230
    Join date : 2009-09-02

    Re: Choral Carousel

    Post  ashleychi on Mon Apr 19, 2010 11:16 am

    EDIT 2

    If you think you’ve heard enough about our award-winning choral groups, then [delete] think again. This Tuesday, choir ensembles Chanteurs and New Spirit were [delete] accompanied with [delete] Treble Choir and Concert Choir for the annual Choral Carousel at the Presbyterian Church in Arcadia.
    The show itself was a feat of its own. The audience was swept away at [with] the energy of each performer and was enjoying [enjoyed] each note that the choirs hit [delete]. The performers weren’t any less enthusiastic; they eagerly sang their hearts out in glee. The performance incorporated playful dance numbers with lively songs from past competitions, and additionally showcased senior soloists.
    The show started off… [paragraph on the basic order of events and will include songs sung by the first few groups]
    Even as the show progressed later into the night, the energy and excitement was certainly preserved. As the senior soloists stepped out to sing, they were greeted with applause even before breathing a word into the mike. [What they sang and what order they sang]
    To wrap up the concert, all performers were called to the stage, and together, they sang “Say it with a Song.” Not only did the audience enjoy the spectacular finale, but some performers were embraced by warm feeling of nostalgia. [reword] Junior Susanna Whang recalled, “I remembered when I was in Treble Choir during freshman year, [it] felt so cool singing with the ‘big shots’ that were in Chanteurs!”
    Although the Choral Carousel is an annual performance, this year’s performance was certainly more memorable than the preceding performances-the concert was [insert 'Choral Director'] Mr. Rollie Maxson’s final concert before retirement. Loyally working for 38 years under the Arcadia Unified School District (AUSD) Choral department and 30 as the Choral Director, Mr. Maxson has worked hard to strengthen and improve the choral program. “He will forever be missed because of his dedication and will to make his students better,” said junior Micah Kwok, “I think that he has influenced many people and has been a true icon in the show choir world.” Sophomore Marissa Xing agreed, “We will miss him! I think that even though he won't be here next year, the girls and boys of choir will always remember him and how he stepped into our lives and left footprints.”
    This year, The Choral Carousel bid farewell to a well-accomplished Choral Director while entertaining audiences with their outstanding energy and performance. The Choral Carousel was the first public performance of Chanteurs’ and New Spirit’s competitive show, and it tied up the end of competition season with a great feeling of accomplishment.

    ChristinaZhou

    Posts : 79
    Join date : 2009-09-02

    Re: Choral Carousel

    Post  ChristinaZhou on Thu Apr 22, 2010 10:56 am

    If you think you’ve heard enough about our award-winning choral groups, think again. This Tuesday, choir ensembles Chanteurs and New Spirit accompanied Treble Choir and Concert Choir for the annual Choral Carousel at the Presbyterian Church in Arcadia.
    The show itself was a feat of its own. The audience was swept away with the energy of each performer and enjoyed each note. The performers weren’t any less enthusiastic; they eagerly sang their hearts out in glee. The performance incorporated playful dance numbers with lively songs from past competitions, and additionally showcased senior soloists.
    The show started off with a bang when New Spirit wowed the crowd with their cheesy smiles and ___singing. They performed their 2010 competition show that included “Diamonds are a Girl’s Best Friend,” “You don’t own Me,” “Lollipop,” “All Alone Without You,” and “Da Doo Ron Ron.” Soon after, Chanteurs picked up where New Spirit left off, and performed their competition show, singing “Seize the Day,” “You’re Just In Love,” “Let the River Run,” “I Get Along Without You Very Well,” and “Rock this Town.”
    Even as the show progressed later into the night, the energy and excitement was certainly preserved. As the senior soloists stepped out to sing, they were greeted with applause even before breathing a word into the mike. [What they sang and what order they sang]
    To wrap up the concert, all performers were called to the stage, and together, they sang “Say it with a Song.” Not only did the audience enjoy the spectacular finale, but some performers were embraced by warm feeling of nostalgia. Junior Susanna Whang recalled, “I remembered when I was in Treble Choir during freshman year, [it] felt so cool singing with the ‘big shots’ that were in Chanteurs!”
    Although the Choral Carousel is an annual performance, this year’s performance was certainly more memorable than the preceding performances-the concert was Choral Director Mr. Rollie Maxson’s final concert before retirement. Loyally working for 38 years under the Arcadia Unified School District (AUSD) Choral department and 30 as the Choral Director, Mr. Maxson has worked hard to strengthen and improve the choral program. “He will forever be missed because of his dedication and will to make his students better,” said junior Micah Kwok, “I think that he has influenced many people and has been a true icon in the show choir world.” Sophomore Marissa Xing agreed, “We will miss him! I think that even though he won't be here next year, the girls and boys of choir will always remember him and how he stepped into our lives and left footprints.”
    This year, The Choral Carousel bid farewell to a well-accomplished Choral Director while entertaining audiences with their outstanding energy and performance. The Choral Carousel was the first public performance of Chanteurs’ and New Spirit’s competitive show, and it tied up the end of competition season with a great feeling of accomplishment.

    ChristinaZhou

    Posts : 79
    Join date : 2009-09-02

    Re: Choral Carousel

    Post  ChristinaZhou on Fri Apr 23, 2010 10:55 am

    If you think you’ve heard enough about our award-winning choral groups, think again. This Tuesday, choir ensembles Chanteurs and New Spirit accompanied Treble Choir and Concert Choir for the annual Choral Carousel at the Presbyterian Church in Arcadia.
    The show itself was a feat of its own. The audience was swept away with the energy of each performer and enjoyed each note. The performers weren’t any less enthusiastic; they eagerly sang their hearts out in glee. The performance incorporated playful dance numbers with lively songs from past competitions, and additionally showcased senior soloists.
    The show started off with a bang when New Spirit wowed the crowd with their charming smiles and singing. They performed their 2010 competition show that included “Diamonds are a Girl’s Best Friend,” “You don’t own Me,” “Lollipop,” “All Alone Without You,” and “Da Doo Ron Ron.” Soon after, Chanteurs picked up where New Spirit left off, and performed their competition show, singing “Seize the Day,” “You’re Just In Love,” “Let the River Run,” “I Get Along Without You Very Well,” and “Rock this Town.”
    Even as the show progressed later into the night, the energy and excitement was certainly preserved. As the senior soloists stepped out to sing, they were greeted with applause even before breathing a word into the mike. After their performance, they were supported with strong support from their family and friends, and humbly passed off the limelight to the Boy’s Choir.
    To wrap up the concert, all performers were called to the stage, and together, they sang “Say it with a Song.” Not only did the audience enjoy the spectacular finale, but some performers were embraced by warm feeling of nostalgia. Junior Susanna Whang recalled, “I remembered when I was in Treble Choir during freshman year, [it] felt so cool singing with the ‘big shots’ that were in Chanteurs!”
    Although the Choral Carousel is an annual performance, this year’s performance was certainly more memorable than the preceding performances-the concert was Choral Director Mr. Rollie Maxson’s final concert before retirement. Loyally working for 38 years under the Arcadia Unified School District (AUSD) Choral department and 30 as the Choral Director, Mr. Maxson has worked hard to strengthen and improve the choral program. “He will forever be missed because of his dedication and will to make his students better,” said junior Micah Kwok, “I think that he has influenced many people and has been a true icon in the show choir world.” Sophomore Marissa Xing agreed, “We will miss him! I think that even though he won't be here next year, the girls and boys of choir will always remember him and how he stepped into our lives and left footprints.”
    This year, The Choral Carousel bid farewell to a well-accomplished Choral Director while entertaining audiences with their outstanding energy and performance. The Choral Carousel was the first public performance of Chanteurs’ and New Spirit’s competitive show, and it tied up the end of competition season with a great feeling of accomplishment.

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