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Hundreds Perform at Shapleigh Spring Concert

posted Jun 1, 2018, 10:16 AM by Seth Cole
Hundreds of Shapleigh School students showed off their musical and vocal talents at the Shapleigh Spring Concert on Thursday, May 31 in the gymnasium. The first half of the concert featured:

-The concert debut of the fourth grade chorus, which performed three songs: Do-Re-Mi, A Room of My Own, and Don Gato, and
-The fifth grade band, which played four songs: Bugler's Dream, Across the Serengeti, Dragon Fire and Mountain Hoedown.

After an intermission, the second half of the concert included:

-The Jazz Ensemble, which played three songs: Rocky Road, Caribbean Fever and Handclap,
-The sixth grade chorus, which sung Magical Kingdom and Tomorrow,
-The sixth grade band, which performed Train Heading West, Chorale From Jupiter and Fighting Falcon March,
-The seventh and eighth grade chorus, which sung Song for the Mira and How Far I'll Go, and
-The seventh and eighth grade band, which played Song and Dance, As the Robin to the Meadow, and Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

A huge thank you to band director Jonathan Roth, chorus director Jayne Seedy and pianist Sal Hughes. In addition, thank go to Shapleigh principal Anne Ellis, assistant principal Katelyn Beach, superintendent Eric Waddell, the Shapleigh custodial staff and the Kittery Music Boosters.

Click here to watch the dress rehearsal of the 6-8th grade performances.
Click here to watch the dress rehearsal of the 4-5th grade performances.
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