Fall Into the Choir Concert on October 4th

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Fall Into the Choir Concert on October 4th

Mr. Polutnik and his seventh period class in the midst of rehearsal.

Mr. Polutnik and his seventh period class in the midst of rehearsal.

Mr. Polutnik and his seventh period class in the midst of rehearsal.

Mr. Polutnik and his seventh period class in the midst of rehearsal.

Christian Manriquez, Writer

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This year’s choir production has tirelessly been working hard to prepare for their first concert on October 4th.

“We’re preparing everyday by just rehearsing and just getting all the different problems that we want to get out, out of the way,” says Connor Nicholas, the bass section leader, “so that we can do the best that we can when concert time comes.”

The choir will be focusing on mostly classical music, with performances such as: Johnny Schmoker, Wayfaring Stranger, and more.

“The audience should be expecting a good performance from us,” says Connor, “and just to expect more of a fun concert than what classical music may seem to be.”

Tickets are free, but be sure to bring your student ID or you will not be able to attend. Everyone is encouraged to come out and support our Diamondback choir.

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