2019 County Choir held at Glendale


Count choir was held at Glendale this year

Austin McDanel, Staff Writer

The 2019 Clearfield County Chorus festival was recently held on Saturday, Oct. 12, at Glendale Junior-Senior High School with guest conductor Kim Kozak, the guidance counselor at Glendale who has a bachelor’s in music education. Several Clearfield Area Junior-Senior High School students participated.

The line-up of songs included:

Jabula Jesu arr. Stephen Hatfield

Harriet Tubman arr. John  Coates, Jr.

I’ve Been Working on the Railroad arr. Don Large

Wanting Memories arr. Ysaye M. Barnwell

Bridge Over Troubled Water arr. Kirby Shaw

Hear My Prayer arr. Moses Hogan

God Bless America arr. Kirby Shaw

Hosanna-Hosanna arr. Glenn Burleigh

The following Clearfield students participated in the festival:

Soprano: Abigail Simcox, Becca Catherman, Beth Struble, Elise DuFour, Emma Powell, Emma Quick, Katelynn Smith, Nicolette Maines, Riley Vaow, Rylie Dillon

Alto: Anna Rowles, Carrie McCracken, Chelsea Ippolito, Isabelle Carfley, Kelseekay Charles, Megan Rowles, Sage Hoppe, Shelby Flanagan

Tenor: Austin McDanel, Cameron Conklin, Jonathan McGee, Philip Rowles, Phillip Peters

Bass: Ben Leighow, CJ Blowers, Cruz Wright, Mason Marshall, Matt Bush, Matt Witherite

On her experience at county choir, senior Katelynn Smith said “I made a lot of great memories with my friends. I was excited to go back to Glendale where I attended regionals the previous year. It was especially exciting  to sing Bridge Over Troubled Water because we previously sang it at Disney World my freshman year.”