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PRESS PHOTO BY DEBBIE GALBRAITHThe Salisbury High School a capella group “Descant Get Enough” opens the winter concert Nov. 30 with a selection of “A Very Merry Fa La La.” The group was joined by “Give Me Fortissimore,” the concert chorus and the concert band performing to a packed auditorium. The SHS musical groups are under the direction of Rachel Reinecke. See additional photos Page A2. PRESS PHOTO BY DEBBIE GALBRAITHThe Salisbury High School a capella group “Descant Get Enough” opens the winter concert Nov. 30 with a selection of “A Very Merry Fa La La.” The group was joined by “Give Me Fortissimore,” the concert chorus and the concert band performing to a packed auditorium. The SHS musical groups are under the direction of Rachel Reinecke. See additional photos Page A2.
PRESS PHOTOS BY DEBBIE GALBRAITH“Give Me Fortissimore” performs four songs during the winter concert, including “Sleigh Ride,” “Sugar Plum Swing,” “Hot Chocolate” and “Auld Lang Syne.” PRESS PHOTOS BY DEBBIE GALBRAITH“Give Me Fortissimore” performs four songs during the winter concert, including “Sleigh Ride,” “Sugar Plum Swing,” “Hot Chocolate” and “Auld Lang Syne.”
The concert band performs four songs for the concert, including “Under Rice Moon,” “Parade of the Bumbling Wooden Soldiers,” “Hanukkah Dance” (Sevivon) and “Jingle Bells Fantasy.” The concert band performs four songs for the concert, including “Under Rice Moon,” “Parade of the Bumbling Wooden Soldiers,” “Hanukkah Dance” (Sevivon) and “Jingle Bells Fantasy.”
Members of the concert chorus perform six songs during the Salisbury High School winter concert Nov. 30 and later join the concert band for two songs, “What the World Needs Now Is Love” and “One Candle,” a holiday concert tradition. The combined selections included all performers, alumni and staff who wanted to join in. Members of the concert chorus perform six songs during the Salisbury High School winter concert Nov. 30 and later join the concert band for two songs, “What the World Needs Now Is Love” and “One Candle,” a holiday concert tradition. The combined selections included all performers, alumni and staff who wanted to join in.

Salisbury High School presents winter concert

Wednesday, December 13, 2017 by The Press in School