Weston Ranch High School will present “Songs of Comfort and Joy,” a Holiday choral concert on December 8th in the WRHS Theater. The choir will sing timeless Holiday songs that include selections from A Charlie Brown Christmas and Disney’s Frozen. There will also be an audience sing-along of classic Holiday tunes, which promises to be fun for the whole family.
“The students have worked incredibly hard this last month to learn all new music,” WRHS choir director Ethan Albala told The Prowl.
Joining the WRHS choir will be students from Great Valley Elementary and George Komure Elementary who will take the stage to help sing Sleigh Ride along with a few selections of their own.
In addition to the fabulous evening of music, the WRHS Art Show will be in full swing, and the Dynamix Choir Club will host a canned food drive for the Stockton Food Bank during the concert.
Tickets will be on sale for $2, or you can donate two cans of food to support the food drive to gain admission. In addition, the music program will sell roses for $2 to help support their excellent program.
“Come out and support the Weston Ranch High School, Great Valley, and Komure students,” Albala said. “We cant wait to see you there.”
More updates will be posted on the WRHS Choir Instagram page: @wrhschoir.