SMS students offer winter vocal performance


Keyton Gay, left, and Taygen Morgan, members of the Sound Check show choir, sing “Silver Bells” during the Sedalia Middle School winter vocal music concert Tuesday night in the school gym. Sound Check performed two other numbers before being joined by the fifth grade choir for the rest of the concert.


From top, Ezequiel Cano, Ashlyn Krug and Aiden Taylor belt out “Follow the Drinkin’ Gourd” during Tuesday night’s concert at Sedalia Middle School.


Christina Wilson-Smith directs the combined choirs while her son, SMS vocal music director Patrick Wilson, provides accompaniment on the piano.


The SMS combined choirs filled the risers for Tuesday night’s performance.


Keyton Gay, left, and Taygen Morgan, members of the Sound Check show choir, sing “Silver Bells” during the Sedalia Middle School winter vocal music concert Tuesday night in the school gym. Sound Check performed two other numbers before being joined by the fifth grade choir for the rest of the concert.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_SMS.Concert11.jpgKeyton Gay, left, and Taygen Morgan, members of the Sound Check show choir, sing “Silver Bells” during the Sedalia Middle School winter vocal music concert Tuesday night in the school gym. Sound Check performed two other numbers before being joined by the fifth grade choir for the rest of the concert.

From top, Ezequiel Cano, Ashlyn Krug and Aiden Taylor belt out “Follow the Drinkin’ Gourd” during Tuesday night’s concert at Sedalia Middle School.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_SMS.Concert21.jpgFrom top, Ezequiel Cano, Ashlyn Krug and Aiden Taylor belt out “Follow the Drinkin’ Gourd” during Tuesday night’s concert at Sedalia Middle School.

Christina Wilson-Smith directs the combined choirs while her son, SMS vocal music director Patrick Wilson, provides accompaniment on the piano.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_SMS.Concert31.jpgChristina Wilson-Smith directs the combined choirs while her son, SMS vocal music director Patrick Wilson, provides accompaniment on the piano.

The SMS combined choirs filled the risers for Tuesday night’s performance.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_SMS.Concert91.jpgThe SMS combined choirs filled the risers for Tuesday night’s performance.

Keyton Gay, left, and Taygen Morgan, members of the Sound Check show choir, sing “Silver Bells” during the Sedalia Middle School winter vocal music concert Tuesday night in the school gym. Sound Check performed two other numbers before being joined by the fifth grade choir for the rest of the concert.

From top, Ezequiel Cano, Ashlyn Krug and Aiden Taylor belt out “Follow the Drinkin’ Gourd” during Tuesday night’s concert at Sedalia Middle School.

Christina Wilson-Smith directs the combined choirs while her son, SMS vocal music director Patrick Wilson, provides accompaniment on the piano.

The SMS combined choirs filled the risers for Tuesday night’s performance.

Sedalia Democrat
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