Meet Times: Every Tuesday - 11:15 am to 12:10 pm

This year choir will be offered for students in Grades 1 to 4. Choir will rehearse on Tuesdays during lunch hour. Rehearsals will begin on Tuesday, October 1st and conclude with a matinee performance and an evening performance on December 17, 2019. I will be communicating more details of this as we get closer to the date.  Please stay connected with the music blog https://ehsmusic.blogspot.com/

We will be performing a mini-musical called North Pole Musical.  Here is a synopsis of the show please note that it has a Christmas theme;

Auditions are underway for the 400th Anniversary of North Pole Musical, and everyone is in a panic! The dancing Reindeer are “hoofin' it,” but don't know what to do with Rudolph and his 4 left hooves. The elves are tired of always getting the short end of the stick, and are singin' the blues. The snowmen are “chillin'” but worried about the funky hot lights, and the toys are trying to do the entire Nutcracker Suite in 3 minutes! The annual Christmas show keeps getting bigger and bigger each year. But, wait a minute! Is bigger really better? See how Santa finds a way to remind everyone of the true meaning of the season.

Jennele Coulson, Music Teacher

Choir

Meet Times: Every Tuesday - 11:15 am to 12:10 pm

This year choir will be offered for students in Grades 1 to 4. Choir will rehearse on Tuesdays during lunch hour. Rehearsals will begin on Tuesday, October 1st and conclude with a matinee performance and an evening performance on December 17, 2019. I will be communicating more details of this as we get closer to the date.  Please stay connected with the music blog https://ehsmusic.blogspot.com/

We will be performing a mini-musical called North Pole Musical.  Here is a synopsis of the show please note that it has a Christmas theme;

Auditions are underway for the 400th Anniversary of North Pole Musical, and everyone is in a panic! The dancing Reindeer are “hoofin' it,” but don't know what to do with Rudolph and his 4 left hooves. The elves are tired of always getting the short end of the stick, and are singin' the blues. The snowmen are “chillin'” but worried about the funky hot lights, and the toys are trying to do the entire Nutcracker Suite in 3 minutes! The annual Christmas show keeps getting bigger and bigger each year. But, wait a minute! Is bigger really better? See how Santa finds a way to remind everyone of the true meaning of the season.

Jennele Coulson, Music Teacher

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