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There is a place for you in LHS choir

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Choir performs at their annual winter concert.

Choir performs at their annual winter concert.

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Choir performs at their annual winter concert.

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For the students of choir, it means passion, family, acceptance and a lot of music making.

When Liberty opened in 2013, there was only one choir offered. The program has continued to grow year after year and now, three choirs are offered during the school day. Each choir offers a unique experience for its ensemble members, specific to the ability of each group. Anyone is welcome to audition for choir with little to no experience necessary. Below are the list of choirs you can join at Liberty.

Concert Choir

Concert Choir is an open, entry-level ensemble. It is open to anyone who would like to join. This group focuses on building a strong foundation in vocal technique and music reading-skills and is year-long class offered for one Fine Art or Elective credit.

Select Treble

Select Treble Choir is an auditioned ensemble for Treble Voices. This is an intermediate level ensemble. Students work to prepare pieces for concerts and spring contest while continuing to build on music-reading skills and developing maturity of the voices. This is a year-long class offered for one Fine Art or Elective credit.

Chamber Choir

Chamber Choir is the highest auditioned choir offered at Liberty. Chamber Choir is a small, conducted ensemble designed to provide experienced and advanced singers. Fundamentals of theory and vocal technique will also be emphasized. Members of the choir will be encouraged to expand their performance opportunities by participating in local, district and state activities that include solo and small ensemble singing. This is a year-long class worth one Fine Art or Elective credit.

A typical choir rehearsal includes a warm up to develop vocal technique, sight-reading and or a music theory “mini lesson” and song preparation. You can also expect friendship and character development, a lot of laughter and environment that is welcoming and accepting of everyone in it.  

Choir is for everyone. Even if you cannot sing or have not taken voice lessons, you can still join choir. 

“Everyone is welcome, wanted and loved,” choir teacher Ms. Kennedy said. 

Choir is a family. Choir sticks together, even through tough times.

LHS Choirs next concert is May 8 in the Liberty auditorium. Doors open at 6:45 p.m. and the concert will begin at 7 p.m. 

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