|The Sixth Grade Band highlighted many young musicians with solos, duets and trios.|
Sixth grade students were showcased during their Spring Arts Share event in the Smith Black Box Theater. The show began with the the Sixth Grade Band, who impressed parents and guests with their fantastic ability to perform a variety of recognizable folk songs. After showcasing all of the songs that they have been working on, many students were featured in solos, duets and trios showing how far they have come since many students had no instrumental experience prior to band class.
The Sixth Grade Chorus performed a variety of different pieces that wowed the audience. With impressive harmonies, the sixth grade choral students sang a variety of music, including pieces from Moana and a poem written by people who were in hiding during the Holocaust. The chorus ended their segment by highlighting many soloists, who performed entire songs by themselves! The audience was very impressed by the amazing talent of these young performers.
Along with performances by the sixth grand band and chorus, beautiful art created by sixth grade students throughout the year was shown to the audience in a slideshow. With the amount of talent showcased during these performances of sixth grade students, it'll be a treat to watch these young musicians continue to perfect their craft in the years to come!
|Students in the Sixth Grade Chorus wowed the audience with their impressive harmonies.|