The soprano section of Concert Choir. Concert Choir is a mixed choir that includes all grades.
"It's such a great thing to be involved with this group," freshman Marie-lyn Castaing said.
The alto section of Concert Choir.
Concert Choir sang two songs and one combined piece with Chorale during the Winter Concert.
Junior Dusty Schneider performed a speaking solo during "Jingle Bells Through the Ages" by Allen Pote. Schneider was one of four featured soloists.
Sophomore Tay Otte performs a vocal solo during "Jingle Bells Through the Ages" Concert Choir performed this piece as a combined song with the Chorale.
The soprano section of the Chamber Singers. There are 28 total students in the audition-only group this year.
The alto section prepares to sing "Ave Maria" by Tomas Victoria. Along with this piece, the Chamber Singers performed "The Shepherd's Lamb" by Dan Forest and "In The Moon of Wintertime" by Paul Brandvik.
Jazz Band kicked off the instrumental section of the concert with "Groovin' High" by John Gillespie.
Seniors Kristen Nease, Anniston Weber and Madison Crees performed in "The Parting Glass", arranged by senior Tanner Callis.
"This group was kind of a last minute thing," Weber said. "But we all wanted to pull it off for Tanner. He is so talented and it was such an honor to be able to perform this piece with him."
Senior Tanner Callis plays guitar during his arrangement of "The Parting Glass".
"It's been a blast trying to break through the language barrier and bridge the gap between the three different musical groups I arranged music for," Callis said. "With the very little time we were given, we created a lot."
Senior Rachelle Lumpkins is a member of Concert Band, Chamber Singers and Orchestra.
Sophomore Katie Vaughn performs in Concert Band during "Sparkling Lights" by Matt Conaway.
Band director, Matt Rome, dedicated the piece "At Morning's First Light" to FHSU band director Jeff Jordan.
"Without him, I wouldn't be where I am today," Rome said.
Members of Concert Band take a bow after performing their last piece.
Concert Master junior Trinity Callis takes an initial bow before finding her seat to start the piece "Hornpipe" by Handel.
Senior Tanner Callis and junior Dawson Rooney perform "Carol of the Bells" arranged by Hopkins.
Orchestra members take a final bow after their last piece.