AHS choir to hold spring show

Austin students rehearse for the upcoming spring concert. Photo provided

Austin students rehearse for the upcoming spring concert. Photo provided

The Spring Choral Festival Concert is here again.

The AHS Choir Department will present its annual Spring Choral Festival Concert at 7 p.m. on Tuesday in Knowlton Auditorium. The concert will feature Concert, Treble, Mixed Choir and Vocal Jazz as well as a combined Festival Choir for a grand finale. Music will include folk songs, spirituals, gospel, popular tunes as well as some classic choral literature.

Graduating choir seniors will be honored and will also perform their Senior Salute song. The evening will conclude with a rousing performance of “Worthy to Be Praised,” featuring 270 singers.

Tickets will be available at the door, $7 for adults and $5 for seniors/students. Activity passes and season music passes will also be accepted.

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