A Musical Winter Wonderland
By Lisa and Madeline Shin
On January 19th, there will be a winter concert at the Wood Hill auditorium. It will start at one pm, but for the students that are playing or singing music, they must come at 12:30 to the auditorium. Chorus, Orchestra, and Band will perform on this day. At the concert, you can hear appealing music played by these three groups. Each group’s music is different, but you will be amazed of how it is to hear music in many different styles. These students have been preparing and playing music for a long time, so they are pumped for the concert. This concert is a lesson to the audience that hard work pays off in the end.
This year, many students will be participating in the winter concert. The three musical groups each have wonderful songs to play. Ms. Elliott, Mr. Wright, and Mrs. Pratt are just few of the great people who have contributed to this concert. When the winter concert does come around though, there will be some rules to follow. The main rule is to stay silent while the players are performing. It is disrespectful and talking distracts you from the delightful music. The students who are playing have practiced hard for this concert and disrupting their performance is not advised. The other rule is to enjoy listening to the music. The music varies from hymns to drum beating, so you hear a lot of diverse music.
Are you ready for a snow shower of sparkly music from the Orchestra? Or a huge blast of singing from the Chorus or a nice snowflake tune from the flute? The student’s performance will amaze you with their determination for good wintery music. The rhythm and intonation will blow the snow out of your yard. If you enjoy the concert, you can watch it again at 7:00 pm, but with your family. Whatever it is, wear a warm jacket because the ultimate snowstorm is coming, the Winter Concert.