Harry Hurst Middle School choir members shine in St. Charles Parish honor concerts
HMS members of the St. Charles Parish Elementary Honor Choir Ashley Nicholas, Harleigh Dahl, Angela Dufour, Ashlyn Cannon, Gabrielle Charron.
The 60 member Elementary Parish Honor Choir opened the performance with Festival Allelia, Little Firefly, This Little Light of Mine, When I Close My Eyes, and Bee! I’m Expecting You!
The Honor Choir members were under the direction of Kathryn Claverie, accompanied by Ms. Jennifer Eastland.
Harry Hurst Choir Members Katelyn Belozerows, Savannah McGee, Katie Fisk, Colleen Mahler, Kristen Theriot, Victoria Belozerows, Evan Keller, Matt Lewis, Mitchel Tarashvilli and Justin also performed with the St. Charles Parish Honor Choir.
The 45 member Parish Honor Choir performed at Hahnville High School. Members of the Hurst, Cammon, RK Smith and J.B. Martin choirs combined to perform under the baton of Melanie St. Cyr from Slidell High School. They performed Alleluia, The Drunken Sailor, Blackbird, A Festival Sanctus and The Battle of Jericho. Mr. Harrod was the accompanist for the evening.
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