GPS To Present Winter Concert Dec. 8

Thursday, November 30, 2017

The Girls Preparatory School Choral Program will present its winter concert on Friday, Dec. 8, at 7 p.m., in the GPS Frierson Theatre.

Students will present a range of music, including pop covers and holiday favorites. Performing groups include the GPS Singers, the GPS Middle School Girls Choir, and the GPS McCallie Coordinate Choir.

Selections include: 
GPS Singers
Gloria Deo | Victor C. Johnson
Ave Maria | Sally K. Albrecht
Omnia Sol (Let Your Heart Be Staid) | Z. Randall Stroope
Hanerot Halalu | Baruch J. Cohon
Sing Ding-a, Ding-a Dong | Lynn Shaw Bailey
Cooroo Cooroo | Steve Kupferschmid
GPS McCallie Coordinate Choir
Let There Be Music | Jerry Estes
Hope Was Born Tonight | Janet Kidd
Gaudeamus Hodie (Let Us Rejoice Today) | Natalie Sleet
GPS Middle School Chorus
Cantate Deo (from Water Music Suite) | G.F. Handel/Becki Slagle Mayo
In Winter | Rebecca Rossiter | Soloist: Sarah Kalla
GPS Singers
That’s What Love Is For | arr. by Kirby Shaw | Soloist: Emma Nash
Flashlight | arr. by Mac Huff | Soloists: Mady Oliver, Grace Brody
A Thousand Years | arr. by Andy Beck | Soloist: Olivia Rector
Roar | arr. by Alan Billingsley
Combined Choir
One Candle | Andy Beck and Brian Fisher
Soloists: Charlotte Smith, Addie Youmans, Meg Asciolla

This event is open to the public and free of charge. For more information, contact Pamela Hammonds, senior writer, at 634-7652 or phammonds@gps.edu.




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