Students in all classes are invited to participate in our first choir social of the year! We’ll be playing a bunch of different group get-to-know-you games and meeting our 2019-2020 Choir Council! In the Auxiliary Gym from 5:30-7:30pm. See you there!
Soprano – Allie Gospodareck
Alto – Caroline Cali
Tenor – Owen Davis
Bass – Alex Guercia
Class Representative – Caroline Cali
Soprano 1 – Jillian Howell
Soprano 2 – Sophia Caveney
Alto 1 – Macy Kiger
Alto 2 – Kelsey Foster
Class Representative – Georgia Holland
Harrison Chamber Singers
Tenors – Nikaien
Soprano – Estrella Dearborn
Alto – Lily Kate Soetebier
Bass – David Champion
Class Representative – Emma Martinez
Hope y’all are ready for a really exciting year in choir! The following handbooks, forms, etc. will be passed out in class, but it’s important for everyone to have access to them year-round. Please familiarize yourselves with these documents!
Choir Handbook & Syllabus – Paperwork Included
Student Leadership Application – Due August 6th!
All State & Honor Choir Information
Christian Baldwin & Owen Davis
Mattie Hunt & Owen Davis
Nick Nguyen & Christian Cave
Emma Martinez & Julia Brandt
Garvin Pierre & Brianna Labossiere
Ada Hutcheson & Owen Davis
Owen Davis & Nick Nguyen
Thank you to everyone who auditioned! See y’all Thursday, April 11th! Email firstname.lastname@example.org for sound check and event details.
Select Women’s Choir
Lily Kate Soetebier
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to email me with information on what to prepare for the spring 2020 placements. Congratulations on a very competitive round of auditions!
The choir final exam consists of an evaluation of two choral performances. During the final, students will be given a copy of the Large Group Performance Evaluation rubric, as linked below, and will critique and score the recorded performances as if they were an LGPE judge. There is no real way to study for this final, other than to have been an active participant in rehearsal throughout the semester. Each section of the rubric (tone, pitch, rhythm, ensemble, diction, interpretation, and other factors) must have three cohesive and coherent comments about the performances, with the exception of the other factors section which only requires one comment. Students may circle the plus/minus marks in each section, but that will not be considered a complete comment alone. Comments such as “the ensemble’s tone was good” are NOT sufficient quality. Listen deeply!
If you have any questions about the meaning of any of the terms on the rubric, I’ll answer them via email or Remind!