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DOWNEY – The six Warren High School choirs will present its annual Holiday Concert at the Downey Theatre on Tuesday at 7 p.m.
Featuring the 114-voice Men’s Choir, the concert “promises to be an evening of fun and holiday spirit,” organizers said. The entry-level choir is also a hit with audience members every year.
The concert will also feature performances from the elite Vocal Ensemble, a small group representing the most advanced singers in Warren’s vocal music department. This year the Vocal Ensemble has already performed at Universal City Walk and for several community groups, including Rotary, the American Association of University Women and the district-wide PTA.
The ensemble also regularly sings at local hospitals and convalescent centers. The group recently sang carols for Downey firefighters – a first for the ensemble – and will be caroling throughout Downey neighborhoods this month.
Warren’s choir program also features the entry-level Mixed Choir, and the advanced Varsity Men’s, Varsity Women’s and Concert Choirs. More than 300 students sing for Warren choir, which is under the direction of Robert Petersen.
Tickets to the concert are $5 and will be available at the door. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Published: December 9, 2010 – Volume 9 – Issue 34