Seneca High School Spring Chorus Concert

The Seneca High School Choral Department will be presenting their spring concert on Sunday, May 6, at 3pm. The program will feature the Women’s Chorus, Mixed Chorus, Honors Women’s Chorus, Honors Chorale and Madrigal Singers. The concert will open with the Madrigal Singers singing the King’s Singers arrangement of “Can’t Buy Me Love”, composed by Lennon and McCartney. The Women’s Chorus will present two selections including “Cantamos!” and “Heartsong”. The Mixed Chorus will be singing such selections as “Ezekiel Saw the Wheel” and “Shut De Do” featuring Brantson Lamneck as soloist. The Madrigal Singers will perform a variety of a capella selections including “Thinking Out Loud”, “That Lonesome Road” and “I’m a Train”. They will also feature the men singing the comical “De Animals a-Comin” with various solos and speaking parts. The select Honors Women’s Chorus will be performing such pieces as a madrigal entitled “Spring Song”, the a capella arrangement of “Think of Me” from Phantom of the Opera and “Jolene” featuring student guitarist Ansley Brock and soloist Emma Warlick. The award-winning Honors Chorale will close the concert with “In My Little Picture Frame”, a senior tribute to “What the World Needs Now is Love” with Ellie Cannon on trombone and close with “This is Me” from the movie The Greatest Showman. Soloists featured are Abbi Burgess and Cameron Sluder. Guest musicians for the concert are Dr. Leslie Warlick on violin, Mr. David Warlick on electric bass, Mr. Steve Shaffer on drums. The Honors Chorale and Honors Women’s Chorus recently competed at the South Carolina State Choral Assessment. Both choirs received a “Superior with Distinction” rating, the highest rating earned at the State Choral Assessment event. Only two AAA schools in the state earned the honor. Ms. Diane McFarlane is director of the choral ensembles. Mrs. Masheila Cobb is the accompanist. Mrs. Felicia Leroy, Seneca High School assistant principal, will provide the welcome. The Seneca High School Spring Choral Concert will take place at Seneca Baptist Church. Admission is free and open to the public.