The Tyrone Area Choral Department would like to invite you to join us for a night of music and laughter as we present to you our 2019 Christmas program titled “Our Gift For You.”

This program will include a wide variety of songs from Fifth Grade Chorus, Sixth Grade Chorus, Seventh and Eighth Grade Chorus, and Vocal Attraction.

Fifth grade will be starting out the concert, singing “Winter Holiday” and “The Twenty-Fifth Day of December.” Then, sixth grade will be singing “It’s Time to Celebrate Christmas” and “Jazzy Old St. Nick.” Following shortly after will be seventh and eighth grade, singing songs titled “Gloria Deo!” and “Venite Adoremus Dominum,” a Latin song meaning “Joy to the World.”

Afterward, Vocal Attraction will take the stage to perform their songs “The Twelve Days of a Regifted Christmas,” “A Christmas Wish,” and “North Pole Rock and Roll,” two of which feature choreography by Dance Fusion’s very own Lindsay Pullara.

Seventh and eighth grade will then return to sing “A Festive Fa La La” and “Holiday Celebrations,” a song which represents Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa including lyrics that will be sung in Hebrew and Swahili.

Finally, to end the concert, fifth grade, sixth grade, and Vocal Attraction will all join seventh and eighth grade on the stage to perform two combined numbers: “Our Gift For You” and “Have a Very Merry Christmas.”

The date of the concert is December 12, and the performance will begin at 7 p.m. Admission is free, so please come and support our middle school singers as they ring in the holiday season!

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