Chorus students attend LGPE

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Chorus students attend LGPE

Freshmen Emma McKay, Raquel Baston, and Amy Negrete enjoy their time spent at LGPE.

Freshmen Emma McKay, Raquel Baston, and Amy Negrete enjoy their time spent at LGPE.

Ann Charlotte Langet

Freshmen Emma McKay, Raquel Baston, and Amy Negrete enjoy their time spent at LGPE.

Ann Charlotte Langet

Ann Charlotte Langet

Freshmen Emma McKay, Raquel Baston, and Amy Negrete enjoy their time spent at LGPE.

Arden Estep, Staff Writer

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Cantabile, Bella Voce, and Chiefs choir students traveled to downtown Griffin, Georgia, to attend Large Group Performance Evaluation on Tuesday, March 7. On Wednesday, March 8, Bel Canto and Choralettes students traveled to competed at the same location. Students were evaluated by judges and other high school students throughout the state on pitch, tone, dynamics, sight reading, diction, rhythm, breath support, vowels, consonants, rule of steady beat, and overall performance as well.

McIntosh choir students also had the chance to evaluate other high school students who performed. Students were ranked on a scale of 1-3, 1 meaning superior, 2 meaning excellent, and three meaning good. Cantabile, top choir, earned all 1’s. Bella Voce, women’s choir, earned straight 1’s, as well. Chiefs, which is comprised of the males’ choirs, earned straights 1’s too. Bel Canto, sophmore girls’ choir, earned two 1’s and one 2. The Choralettes, freshman girls’ choir, earned straight 1’s. They sang “You Stole My Love” and “He’s Gone Away.

Haven Lambert
Freshmen Melinda Sturbaum and Natalie Marshall score straight 1’s.