GHHS Choral Ensemble to sing at library

The Grand Haven High School Choral Ensemble will perform at Loutit District Library from 2-3 p.m. Sunday. The concert is part of the Grand Haven library's free Sunday Afternoon Concert Series.
Anonymous
Dec 9, 2011

It will be held on the library’s Upper Level Lobby.

“Songs for a Better World” is the theme for the GHHS choirs’ 2011-12 season. The choral ensemble carries that theme with songs like “For the Sake of Our Children,” “Oh What a Beautiful City,” “Song of Peace,” “It Takes a Whole Village” and “Be Thou My Vision.”

The choral ensemble is the school’s premier choir made up of 24 junior and senior boys and girls. They share their talents with many groups in the community during December.

Members of the group are Jesse Abramowski, Ben Bailey, Courtney Bedrosian, Drew Boyd, Brooke Denslow, Cassidy Elzinga, Brittany Gundy, Jake Jager, Ashley Klaassen, Colin LaMore, Hugo Lawton, Myrtle Lemon, Trevor Mezzo, Spencer Mulligan, Mike Perry, Alexa Redick, Lucas Roetter, Libbie Schippers, Erin Schippers, Kaeding Skelton, Peter Srutwa, Cassondra Takas, Darren Tiles and Breezy VanderLaan.

Under the direction of Shirley Lemon and accompanist Arlene Warners, the GHHS group has been rated one of the top 10 choral ensembles in the state 10 times in the past 20 years.

For more information, visit www.loutitlibrary.org; or call 842-5560, ext. 214.

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