The 2016-17 school year has been a busy one for the chorus; members of the group performed at the legendary Carnegie Hall on December 1st and on January 22nd they performed at the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall.
Select members of the Senior Chorus at Hoosick Falls High School participated in a performance at the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall on January 22nd, 2017. Hoosick Falls students are among other local high school choirs sharing the stage with Albany Pro Musica (APM). The performances are all part of the annual “High School Choral Festival,” which pairs high school students with the region’s premier chorus at a nationally renowned concert hall.
The Hoosick Falls Senior Chorus members performed as an individual group, “The Treblemakers” followed by a grand finale – 260 voices and instrumentalists under the baton of APM Artistic Director José Daniel Flores-Caraballo.
[MORE: See Original Story HERE for in-depth information about the show and the HFCS student performers]
Photography Club member Conner Zedalis was there to capture the dress rehearsal and the performance, as well as some great photos of the music hall itself. Thank you to Conner for volunteering his time!
View all of his stunning photos here: