During the May PTA meeting, numerous songs celebrating musical history were performed by the Honors Octet, †the Hill Singers, the Treble Makers, (boys’ choir), and the Show Hawks, (show choir).
Seaboldt presented awards to his choral students who scored a perfect 42 on the audition for the South Carolina Elementary Honors Chorus, Keyshawn Britt, Isabelle White, and Tyler Pean who scored 41 out of 42
Vernisa Bodison, principal at WHAIES, has asked the students to perform two encore performances, this Friday, May 31 at 7:50 and 9 a.m., in the Multipurpose Room.† All are invited to drop in for either of these performances
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Handel to Hip Hop at WHAIES

  • Thursday, May 30, 2013

The Windsor Hill Arts Infused Elementary School Honors Octet, Hill Singers, Treble Makers, (boys’ choir), and Show Hawks, (show choir) perform under the baton of Gary Seaboldt.

Under the direction of Gary Seaboldt, in his first year at Windsor Hill Arts Infused Elementary School, he has organized three chorus groups, and an Honors Octet.†
During the May PTA meeting, numerous songs celebrating musical history were performed by the Honors Octet, †the Hill Singers, the Treble Makers, (boys’ choir), and the Show Hawks, (show choir).
Seaboldt presented awards to his choral students who scored a perfect 42 on the audition for the South Carolina Elementary Honors Chorus, Keyshawn Britt, Isabelle White, and Tyler Pean who scored 41 out of 42
Vernisa Bodison, principal at WHAIES, has asked the students to perform two encore performances, this Friday, May 31 at 7:50 and 9 a.m., in the Multipurpose Room.† All are invited to drop in for either of these performances

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