Lowell choir brings in the holiday season with music

By Leonard Caoili, Shyla Duong, Kelley Grade and Chris Hackett

Junior Zahra Rothschild and senior Ella Baker sing a mashup of “The Way You Look Tonight” and “Tonight You Belong To Me.” Photo by Kelley Grade

“The Way You Look Tonight/Tonight You Belong To Me”

The annual Winter Choir Concert featured a mix of choir performances from the beginning, intermediate, advanced and chamber choirs in addition to solo performances on Dec. 1 in the Carol Channing Auditorium

Beginning choir showcases the songs they have practiced in class. Photo by Kelley Grade
Sophomore Laela Balch sings “Valerie” by Amy Winehouse. Photo by Kelley Grade
Seniors Nick Kaliss and Maya Lee perform the holiday song “Baby It’s Cold Outside.” Photo by Kelley Grade
Sophomore Lola Miller-Henline and seniors Emily Yee and Angelina Picazo sing an a cappella version of “Parting Glass.” Photo by Kelley Grade
Intermediate choir sings four songs for the Winter Concert. Photo by Jennifer Cheung
Junior Charlotte Schwartz performs “Ain’t No Way.” Photo by Kelley Grade

“Ain’t No Way”

Senior Ada Chen and sophomore Helen Fang perform a mashup of “Cheap Thrills” and “Ride.”
Senior Kyle Domine sings “Grown Up Christmas List.” Photo by Kelley Grade

“Grownup Christmas List”

Advanced Choir sings four a cappella Latin and Christmas songs. Photo by Jennifer Cheung

“Can You Feel the Love Tonight”

“Jingle Bells”

Senior AJ Hermosura performs “River.” Photo by Shyla Duong
Junior Esteban Quinonez sings “Feeling Good.” Photo by Chris Hackett
Chamber choir closes the night with four songs. Photo by Kelley Grade