First choral concert of the new year last night at Greenwich High and the kids are already killing it, practicing hard on their way to February’s trip to Hawaii.
I can’t help but think back to the elementary school concerts and — a few of my readers will surely remember — the singing sessions at Mead School Child Care Center, including a particular tearful (for parents) rendering of “This Little Light of Mine.”
How far the kids have come. We are soaking up every last “last” in this senior year.
It’s great fun to sit in the audience and try to pick out the kids I’ve known since kindergarten — now all grown.
Here’s a clip from last performance, the Concert Choir singing “Bridge Over Troubled Water” to get your morning started.
What a sentiment – the last high school concert. How exciting and bittersweet! Thank you for sharing it on the Thumping Thursdays Blog Hop. It will be featured on tomorrow’s blog hop. I look forward to seeing you back.
Thank you! The first of the last year of concerts. Bittersweet indeed!
Great post, Terri! Lovely
What a wonderful post! I absolutely love a choir/chamber group. Thank you for sharing!
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