Chamber Chorale to hold performance Feb. 4
Special to the Enquirer
The Hartselle High School Chamber Chorale, comprising 48 auditioned singers, faced an unexpected setback when their scheduled performance at the Alabama Music Educators Association (AMEA) professional development conference Jan. 20 was canceled due to adverse weather conditions.
The group underwent a rigorous application and audition process, emerging as one of only three high school choirs selected to showcase their musical prowess at the conference, according to Hartselle choral director Kate Dupuis. Undeterred by the cancellation, the chorale is now gearing for its rescheduled performance to be held at 2 p.m. Feb. 4 at Hartselle High School.
The extensive repertoire chosen for this program features predominantly collegiate-level pieces, Dupuis said of the program titled “The Gift to Sing.”
Dupuis added the ensemble hopes to perform this program at the Alabama All State festival but are waiting for confirmation from the board.
The performance Feb. 4 is free and open to the public.