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Spring Sing was a Success for Cleveland’s Choir Program

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Cleveland’s choir program hosted their annual choir concert called Spring Sing on Thursday, March 23. After the cancellation of their Winter concert due to snow days the auditorium was buzzing with excitement to hear the students perform. Along with the typical array of choir groups the audience heard two specialty acts: A solo by Jess Orkin and a “An Awkward Duet” by Micah Lytle and Amanda Riler.

 

Note: This is a fairly new camera to me and I was unaware taking pictures while filming would result in the pausing of the film. I apologize for it’s effect in the videos. After I noticed it’s effect I reverted to just filming.

 

Clarion photo Ashley Lytle

Spring Sing 2017

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