Lansing HS Concert in the Courtyard

Jun202014

Lansing HS Concert in the Courtyard

 

The Lansing High School concert last Friday may not have been in the courtyard this year (because of weather), but the wet weather didn't dampen the spirits of the performances. The Lansing Show Choir and Varsity Chorale performed under the direction of Lorrene Adams. To get the full effect it's best to attend the concerts live, but here is a sampling of this year's Concert in the Courtyard.

It Takes a Village
Varsity Chorale



Sgt. Pepper
Show Choir



Linus and Lucy
Varsity Chorale



Shenandoah
Varsity Chorale

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