Holyoke Junior High choir members singing at the May 3 concert are pictured from left, front row, Luke Sprague, David Santiesteban and Caden Sporhase; second row, Edel Ramos and Caiden Krueger; and back row, Ramon Mora Lerma and Jacquelyn Rojas. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications
Choirs sing loud and proud at final concert of the school year
Musical talent from Holyoke JR/SR High was on full display at the spring choral concert May 3 in the HHS auditorium. Several solos and duets were featured throughout the evening, as well as numbers performed by the high school choir, junior high choir and Sound Check, the HHS select choir.
Solos included Sierra Conde, “Ashes”; Brenna Gatton, “I Dreamed a Dream”; Amy Mackay, “Still Rolling Stones”; Savannah Burris, “Never Alone”; Zander Salyers, “You’ll be in my Heart”; Brenna Sullivan, “Lay Me Down”; Keegan Shaw, “100 Years”; and Colby Purkeypile, “Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right.”
Duets included Purkeypile and Max Kleve, “Free Fallin’”; Eva Kramer and Gatton, “Evelyn, Evelyn”; and Jessica Mosqueda and Jaqueline Mosqueda, “Hallelujah” and “A Life That’s Good.”
Sound Check performed six songs, including “Time of Your Life,” which featured seniors Cash Adler, Adrea Becerra, Burris, Emily Chaney, Jillian Hunter, Jaqueline Mosqueda, Jessica Mosqueda, Purkeypile, Paola Ruiz, Shaw and Sullivan. Soloists featured in other songs were Sullivan, Purkeypile, Kenneth Lindholm, Burris, Gatton, Shaw and Kramer. Hunter was featured as a narrator, and Marco Mendoza on the trapset.
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