Grandhaven choir performs with Rose City Mixed Quartet
Posted on 04/22/2015

The Grandhaven Elementary School choir presented their final concert of the school year on Tuesday, April 21. The choir was joined by the Rose City Mixed Quartet, a four-member group that has been performing together for 20 years. 

The students sang a variety of pieces that demonstrated their educational growth throughout the year, beginning with a simple unison song and ending with a choreographed, two-part rendition of Irving Berlin's "I Love a Piano."

The Rose City Mixed Quartet performed four selections and then joined the students for an unaccompanied setting of "Shenandoah." 

At the end of the concert, the students received medals acknowledging their contributions to the school choir, which included attending weekly rehearsals, performing at school assemblies, and presenting three concerts during the year. The choir is directed by Kendra Friar, one of the music teachers at Grandhaven.