Choir holding cluster concert


Sophomore Mia Nguyen and other choir students rehearse in class for the cluster concert. Choir will be joined by other schools from the feeder pattern.

Choir will hold its annual cluster concert in the auditorium on Jan. 9, 10 and 11 at 7 p.m.

“The middle school choirs and a couple of the elementary school choirs come and [we] do some songs,” sophomore Ben Bodnar said. “Then we [sing] a song with everybody, and it’s called ‘Dona Nobis Pacem.’ It’s a really cool experience.”

The cluster concert combines the high school choir with different middle and elementary school choirs in the feeder pattern each day.

“So everybody in Hebron choir sings [the same] songs,” Bodnar said. “And then we all get together on the stage and perform them all. We’ve had these songs for a couple of months now, so we’ve been practicing a while.”

Bodnar said the point is to make younger students in their respective choirs join Hebron choir as well as have a fun learning experience.

“Admission is free so bring the family; it’s a fun night out,” Bodnar said. “You’ll hear great singing from many different schools. Come out and support Hebron choir and all the middle and elementary school choirs.”