A spirited low-pitched experience
“We are a Champions! We are a Champions!” will be a call out to we during a arriving GLEE concert!
The strain of QUEEN will be sung and played by some-more than 250 performers with a musicians of a Symphony, our Symphony Chorus, Hobart High School’ s Wolffgang, Merrillville High School’s Choralteens and a Wirt/Emerson Concert Choir stuffing a Star Plaza Theatre with their unrestrained and joy!
We design we to have your dungeon phones out and prepared to call along with us in “We Are a Champions,” as we dim a gymnasium and wish to emanate a rockin’ moment with all of you. (Or – if we have a candle app on your dungeon phone, that would be even cooler!)
In addition, we will be singing “Bridge Over Troubled Water” and some jumpin’ tunes such as “Higher and Higher.” However, by no means is a repertoire for a unison usually rock-centric. Patrons who are fans of Irish music will be treated to “Riversong.” Listeners who suffer gospel strain will be changed by “You Raise Me Up.”
We will be bringing strain to we from Broadway but a doubt, too. Leonard Bernstein’s “West Side Story” and Frederick Loewe’s “Camelot” are dual centerpieces for a initial half as good as “All we Ask of You” from “Phantom of a Opera.”
Gifted immature thespian Blake Zolfo is also going to join us. I understand he can sneeze on command, and given we always wish a concerts to be fun, we will positively ask him to denote this additional talent, too!
We are all going to come together for “The Little Mermaid” and for “Beauty and a Beast” so this is a unison that children can positively suffer as good as their relatives and grandparents.
What a poetic approach to spend a peculiarity dusk with family members and friends. What a good approach to support a immature people in a community, their propagandize programs, their teachers and relatives who have fostered this adore of strain in these young artists.
I wish that these immature people, singing with a veteran band and chorus, will knowledge that feeling Bernstein and Sondheim wrote about so eloquently in a initial strain of a evening:
“ Tonight, tonight, a universe is full of light, with suns and moons all over a place; tonight, tonight, a universe is furious and bright, going mad, sharpened sparks into space!”