Choir lights up the night

Troubadours to sing at D.C.

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Choir lights up the night

Mikayla Schwartz, Feature editor

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Talented singers put their best foot forward on Feb. 26, and performed both throwback songs and todays hits.

Women’s choir started out the night with “Footloose.” In their third song, Alicia Wolfe (20) and Alika Velasquez (21) both sang a solo in “Home- ward Bound.”

Men’s choir delivered a treat with their own Jackson Con- treras (19) on the piano, and two soloists, Noah Moore (21) and Matthew Salazar (19) for the song “Colder Weather.”

Bella Voce sang “Everywhere That you are,” “Spirate Pur,”and “The Best of Glee.” Their medley featured five girls in- cluding, Katelyn LeClair (20), Judith Hernandez (21), Joelle Green (20), Briana Everhart (20), and Tanya Prather (20). Tierra Curtis (19) and Grace Sandau (20) also performed a duet.

The Troubadours are planning a trip to Washington DC in the spring for the 75th annual me- morial of World War II. Allie Phillips (19) said, “This is such an honor. We have been work- ing very hard on our songs and fundraising.” They will be per- forming their song “We’ll Meet Again” by Parker Charles.