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Waynesboro High School Concert Choir performs on Dec. 15

WHS Concert Choir at Carnegie HallEvent: The Waynesboro High School Concert Choir presents its annual “Candlelight Processional”
When:  Sunday, Dec. 15
Where: Waynesboro High School, Louis Spilman Auditorium, 1200 W. Main Street
Time: 3 p.m.
Admission:  $5

The Waynesboro High School Concert Choir is an auditioned mixed choir of 60 students in the 10th, 11th and 12th grades at Waynesboro High School. This group has received numerous accolades and has performed in such venues as Carnegie Hall, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, St Paul’s Chapel, Trinity Wall Street, Riverside Church, the United Nations, the Lincoln Center, and has performed for the Virginia Educator’s Music Convention on several occasions. They have also appeared and sang on the CBS “Early Show,” as well as ABC and NBC local affiliates in Virginia.

   
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