Chamber choir shows love for show tunes


Peyton Murphy

Chamber choir dances as they sing “The Bright Side of Life” by Eric Idle

Leinee Smith, Geyser Staff Writer

The annual Park High Chamber Choir variety show will occur on Feb.11 and 12 this year at 7 p.m. This show will consist of a variety of solo and group performances that correspond with the show tunes theme. The variety show occurs annually in order to raise money for choir travel and supplies. There is an entrance fee of $15 for adults and $10 for students. Everyone attending is allowed a free dessert. 

The opening performance, “That Thing You Do”, will be performed by all chamber choir participants. It will be followed by many solo and group performances such as, “Sweet Child of Mine”, “Hallelujah”, “Gimme Gimme”, “Sweet Home Chicago”, “Part of Your World”, and “Stars”. The seniors will be performing “California Dreamin’”, and the juniors will sing “Bohemian Rhapsody”. The closing song performed by all chamber choir members is the “Greatest Show” from The Greatest Showman.  Each student will be performing no more than three songs each, whether it is a group or solo performance. Erin Peterson states that chamber choir has been preparing for this show since the end of December. 

 According to Nancy Curtis, the variety show has been put on for nine years with amazing turnouts. This year, she hopes for the turnout to be better or just as good as it has been in previous years.