Wadsworth High Hosts Last Choir Concert of School Year

Wadsworth High Hosts Last Choir Concert of School Year

At Wadsworth High School the 5 choirs had their choir concert on May 4 and 5 in the PAC. The concert theme was a “Night at The Grammy Awards.” 

This is the Women’s Chorus and Men’s Chorus singing “Car Wash” by Rose Royce. PHOTO COURTESY BY REBECCA BEVERLY

The choir Women’s Chorus  and Men’s Chorus sang “Car Wash” by Rose Royce. Elite and Men’s course sang “I Saw her Standing There” by The Beatles. New Edition sang “Feel it it Still,” by Portugal The Man. Then Rhythm In Red sang “Think” by Aretha Franklin.

All of the choirs sang “We are the world” by USA for Africa and “How do we say Goodbye” by Mark Brymer.

“‘Car Wash’ and ‘We are The World’ are stronger than the other songs we sang,” said Alyssa Jackow, a member of Wadsworth High’s Women’s Chorus.

There are a lot of things that go into making a choir performance. The time that the students take to learn the dances and the words to the songs takes time.  

“Being able to sing and dance the entire time and have good facials [is difficult],” Jackow said.

Wadsworth High School student Iceis St. Jean attended the choir concert to support their friend.

“A couple people were singing quietly, and if they sang loudly it would have been even better,” Jean said.

The choir seniors were recognized by Mrs. Davis and were given awards and flowers. As they were given flowers, the underclassmen of the choir sang “How do we say Goodbye” by Mark Brymer. 

The choir concert will be a memory that the sensors will remember for a lifetime.

This is Elite dancing to the song “Man I Feel Like A Woman” by Robert John Lange and Shania Twain. PHOTO COURTESY BY REBECCA BEVERLY