|Christmas Choral Concert This Thursday|
|Written by Pam Jones|
|Monday, 07 December 2009 06:40|
The High Country High School Community Chorale will perform their Christmas choral concert on Thursday, December 17, 2009. The performance will take place in Hayes School of Music in Rosen Concert Hall on A.S.U.’s campus beginning at 7:30 p.m.
The High Country High School Community Chorale began as a dream shared over 4 years ago by conductor, Pamela Hopton-Jones with Dottie Sykes, conductor of the Presbyterian-Methodist Community Children’s Choir which she has conducted for nearly 30 years. This dream has now resulted in the first High Country High School Community Chorale, an ensemble of 30 charter members. The Chorale exists to increase the appreciation of, and participation in, a high quality choral music experience by the youth of the High Country of North Carolina. By so doing, we increase the overall musical experience of the culture at large.
Jesus is Born
Alabare (Sing Allelu)
Come to Me (Based on Matthew 11: 28-30)
Jazz Gloria featuring Patrick Coston on string bass and Doug Jones on tubano.
The Prince of Peace (Scriptural Reading) from Isaiah 9:2, 6, & 7 & Isaiah 12: 2-6
(featuring the men of the Chorale)
Mary Did You Know? (featuring the ladies of the Chorale)
Carols Around utilizing these carols:
-Dona Nobis Pacem
-The First Noel
-It Came Upon A Midnight Clear
-Away In A Manger
Mangwane Mpulele/Kinelwaki Pule: South African Song
Deck the Halls featuring Patrick Coston on triangle and Doug Jones on snare drum.
Caribe Noel featuring percussionists:
Tubano: Doug Jones; Guiro: Patrick Coston; Maracas: James Ellington
Sarah Barry, Kassie Casner, Sidney Ginn, Elizabeth Harrell, Katie Hartley, Marjorie Hubert, Ashton Kacsmaryk, Caroline Lonas, Stephanie Richard, Laiken Williams, Lizzie Zimmerman.
Anne Barbee, Hannah Bates, Addi Berry, Emily Berry, Leah Clemens, Stephanie Freyler, Lauren Jones, Gwen Prevette.
Shepherd Barry, Titus Casner, Nathan Jones, Jon Kelley, Nathanael Rains.
Nathan Bates, Justin Drake, James Ellington, Jonathan Faulks, Eric Griffin, Edward Oliver.
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