Charter Winter Concert

 

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(Idaho Press Tribune)

Each year Victory and Liberty Charter school host an annual Winter Concert. The concert is for parents, families, and friends to witness how developed and committed their children are to music. This concert reflects on the progress that the children have developed from the beginning of the year. Not only that, but its a great way to listen to free music.

The Winter Concert is held on Tuesday, December 6, 2016. This year it will be performed at Crossroads Church. The address is 4170 E Amity Ave, Nampa, ID 83687. The children will be rehearsing starting from after school up until 6:30. The doors will open at 6:30 and the performance will begin at 7 o’ clock.

Mr. McDaniel is the instructor of both the band and the high school choir. Each day for an hour he works with the choir. Monday through Thursday he works with the band after school from 2 o’clock to 2:40.

Dr. Saunders is the instructor of both the junior high choir and the jazz ensemble. Everyday first thing in the morning Dr.Saunders and her jazz ensemble practice songs for an hour. The junior high choir practices Tuesdays and Fridays an hour each of the two days.

Every kid puts their full effort into the music program. I would encourage everyone to come and witness how talented Victory Charter and Liberty Charter students are. After all free live music is the best kind of music out there. In conclusion, the Winter Concert would be a great way to join friends and family and see how talented their children really are.

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