The energy was delivered by the voices of these Bridgewater-Raritan High School students.
The high school’s Spring Chorus Concert was performed on Thursday, May 18, before an attentive audience at the Bridgewater-Raritan High School auditorium.
“The enthusiasm and joy radiating from the stage was palpable,” claimed Matt McCarthy, the school district’s Supervisor of Arts Education.
Mr. McCarthy felt that the performance reflected the high school’s choral program.
“The sense of community that exists throughout the BRHS choral program is obvious and a clear result of Dr. John Wilson’s leadership,” Mr. McCarthy said. “The students in the program not only develop their voice as an instrument but also gain exposure to rich cannon of musical traditions.”