Show Choir Finale

The class of 2015 puts on their last performance.

After the layers of makeup, pinning up hair, and getting costumes set, the show choir season has come to an end.  For the senior class of 2015, these past seven months of show choir have been their last.

“It’s very bitter sweet,” Addison Kosier ’15 said. “It’s been a great experience and I’m grateful for all my years in it. It feels strange that it’s over and that I won’t be auditioning for the group again.”

The amount of time spent in the show choir program ranges between each senior; some have been in show choir for 6 years, others only one. But no matter how large or how little amount of time each senior spent on the stage, each member reflected positively on the experience.

“Show choir is an experience that you can’t compare to anything else because it brings together people and personalities that no other activity can do,” Scott Tribbey ’15 said. “The fact that the season is over is hard because the feeling of performing with a group on stage is so rewarding and missing that will be tough.”

To many, show choir has been a big part of their life, creating new friendships and adventures that none will forget.

“It was such an amazing experience and it is so sad to see it come to an end,” Katrina Scandrett ’15 said. “Fourth Ave is such a fun group of people who have created such wonderful memories and I will always be thankful to have been in such a neat program.”

Fouth Avenue competed at 5 competitions this year, making finals at each and bringing home many awards. Each senior agreed that they were so happy with their final season.

“I am so proud of everything Fourth Ave has done this year,” dance captain Libby Fischer said. “We all became such good friends and I am so proud to say that this was my last year as a City High show choir member.”

The show choir season ended on Sunday, March 8th, with two shows that included many special acts, performances by both show choirs, and the traditional senior salute.

“It was a wonderful way to say goodbye to the show,” Arielle Soemadi ’15 said. “I will never forget what amazing moments being in the show choir family has created for me.”