Lowell Choir presents their Spring concert


Photo courtesy of Wallace Tang

On Apr. 28, Lowell Choir performed in the auditorium for their annual spring concert. The concert featured the setlists that led Chamber Choir to win first overall and Concert Choir to win second place in their division at the New York Heritage Festival hosted by WorldStrides Performing Arts. This competition took place in New York City during spring break.

For senior Lauren Kaskey, the song, “Don’t You Worry ‘Bout a Thing,” was her favorite song to perform, as it marked the end of a chapter for seniors. “It was bittersweet,” she said. “I think it was only then that a lot of people realized it was the last time we were going to sing together in that group.”

As this chapter closes for seniors, they reflect on the last four years they have been a part of the choir program. “When I came into choir in my freshman year I didn’t have a lot of technical skill and music knowledge, but that didn’t mean I couldn’t have fun and learn,” senior Elise Saucedo said. Similarly, Kaskey believes that the choir teacher provided a great atmosphere to be in. “Mr. Chan does a really good job at making it a really safe and enjoyable environment to learn in,” Kaskey said. “It was one of the best decisions I’ve made and I couldn’t imagine my life without the Lowell choir program.”