GHS virtual Christmas concert


Staff report



The GHS Vocal Music Holiday Concert, titled “What Christmas Means to Me,” will be held virtually this year on Dec. 21 at 7 p.m.

The GHS Vocal Music Holiday Concert, titled “What Christmas Means to Me,” will be held virtually this year on Dec. 21 at 7 p.m.


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GREENVILLE — The GHS Vocal Music Holiday Concert, “What Christmas Means to Me,” is scheduled for Monday, Dec. 21 at 7 p.m.

This annual event will take place virtually. You can find the performance Monday evening by visiting the Greenville City Schools Facebook Page, the GHS Vocal Music Boosters Facebook Page, or going to YouTube and searching “GHS IMTV” or “IMTV What Christmas Means to Me.”

The concert will begin with “What Christmas Means to Me” and “Underneath the Tree,” featuring the Wavaires. The Girls Glee will perform “Charlie Brown Christmas” and “Let it Snow,” and Collage will be performing “Santa Bring My Baby Back,” “Santa Baby” and “Rockin’ Holidays.” Concert Choir will also perform “O Come, All Ye Faithful” and “Someday at Christmas.” The concert will conclude with the Wavaires performing “Carol of the Bells” and “Getting in the Mood for Christmas.” Various solo acts will be broadcast between the group selections.

The Vocal Music Department is excited to present this virtual performance to the community. All C.D.C., Greenville City Schools, and Darke County Health Department guidelines have been met to safely present this evening of entertainment. The GHS Choirs are directed by Mrs. Chelsea Whirledge. Mr. Christopher Andres is the Vocal Music Accompanist. Be sure to like and follow Greenville High School Vocal Music Boosters on Facebook to receive the latest news and ways to support the G.H.S. Vocal Music program.

The GHS Vocal Music Holiday Concert, titled “What Christmas Means to Me,” will be held virtually this year on Dec. 21 at 7 p.m.
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