68 Voices, 11 Songs, One Unforgettable Night

Greater Latrobe Choirs Wow Audience in December Concert.
68 Voices, 11 Songs, One Unforgettable Night

Another successful performance from the talented singers of the Greater Latrobe Choirs.

— Shaelin Wiley

December 14 2023 all the singers from concert choir, chamber choir, and A Cappella ensemble gathered to put on a captivating performance for their family and friends leaving a lasting impression on the audience. The 68 students put forth their 11 song repertoire to showcase their hard work. This performance in the GLHS auditorium showcased a variety of musical and vocal talents of the groups. Within the repertoire the singers were able to showcase their harmonies, percussion skills, and some students provided accompaniment. It was a memorable experience for the singers watching their hard work pay off and for the enthusiastic audience. Huge congratulations to the Greater Latrobe Choirs on another outstanding performance! 


Concert Choir

The concert choir’s performance consisted of four challenging pieces both musically and emotionally. A huge part of music and choral performances that people don’t recognize very often is the emotion behind expressing a piece of music. The music the concert choir performed was emotional and dynamic. This enhanced the Concert Choir’s performance and elevated their musicality to the next level. The concert choir repertoire included “White Winter Hymnal,” by Robin Pecknold, christmas classic “Carol of The Bells,” “Known,” by Grace Becker, and “Musicks Empire,” by Lloyd Pfautsch.


Chamber Choir

The Chamber Choir performed four songs that all had unique characteristics. The chamber choir worked together for 75 minutes every other school day to rehearse and memorize their concert repertoire. The chamber choir performed advanced music that challenged all 29 students rhythmically.  Their concert repertoire consisted of “I Believe This is Jesus,” by Victor C Johnson, “Ave Maria,” by Anton Bruckner, “Singkap Siaga,” by Dr. Tracy Wong, and “Stars,” by Ēriks Ešenvalds.


Check out these pictures of the night!

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