Winter Choir Concert

RHS Winter Choir Concert

Olivia and Cor had a choir concert yesterday afternoon. And they sounded great!

RHS Winter Choir Concert

Olivia had an especially prominent role in the concert, as a senior. She sings in the top choir and the top ensemble, but she also serves as the co-president of the choir — so she has some speaking roles and leadership roles during a concert. So it was fun to see her shine on the stage.

RHS Winter Choir Concert

Cor was great, too, in his role as a freshman in the lower choir. But one of the most amusing aspects of Cor’s performance was his invisibility. He chose to wear a Santa hat that went down below his brow. And he also had to wear a special choir mask that rides higher on his face than most other masks. So from the audience, it looked like he was wearing a black morph suit covered by a tuxedo and a Santa hat!

RHS Winter Choir Concert

COVID keeps finding a way to make things weird! Still we’re glad they can perform, in any event. They sure do make us proud, whether they’re visible or invisible.

RHS Winter Choir Concert
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