ORLEANS — The Lake Region Union High School music department is set to delight audiences with its annual winter concert on Monday, Dec. 4, at 6:30 p.m., located in the school’s cafeteria.
The evening promises to showcase the talents of students across various musical groups, including the honors jazz quartet, jazz ensemble, chorus, and select chorus.
The program for the night will feature an array of jazz standards and seasonal classics, transporting the audience through a winter wonderland of melody and rhythm.
Attendees can expect to hear renditions of “Blue Bossa” by Kenny Dorham, “I Got it Bad and That Ain’t Good” by Duke Ellington, and “Out of Nowhere” by Johnny Green.
The vocal performances will include powerful pieces such as “Hear my Prayer” by Moses Hogan and festive tunes like “The Little Drummer Boy,” arranged by Sara Doncaster.
In addition to these, the concert will also cover popular numbers such as “Sway” by Gimbel, Beltran and Demtrio, and “Here Comes the Sun” by the legendary Lennon and McCartney.
Dr. Sara Doncaster, the director of the Lake Region music program, will be leading the evening’s performances.
The event is open to the public with free admission, although donations are encouraged and will be gratefully accepted to benefit the music scholarship and activities fund.
For more information about the concert, interested parties are invited to contact the music department by calling (802) 754-2500, extension 219.
The Lake Region music department looks forward to welcoming the community for a night of exceptional music and holiday cheer.