SFCC hosts Show Choir Festival Saturday at Heckart Performing Arts Center


The 2016 Show Choir Festival saw 12 area schools participate in the event hosted by State Fair Community College, at the Smith-Cotton High School Heckart Performing Arts Center, Saturday. SCHS Cabaret members performed Saturday morning with numbers such as “Dream Girls/One Night Only” and the hit by The Supremes, “Stop in the Name of Love.”


Participating in the small mixed choir category, Lincoln High School’s Finale sang and danced several songs including Lady Gaga’s “Born this Way,” and “Brighter than the Sun” by Colbie Caillat.


A new show choir to attended the Festival this year was the Carrollton 9th Street Singers. The group performed several songs including “Tonight,” “After Midnight,” and a men only piece by Daryl Hall and John Oats, “You Make my Dreams.”


Smith-Cotton Junior High School Sound Effects were the only junior high to participate in the Show Choir Festival Saturday. The group received a standing ovation from the crowd for their performance that included song and dance numbers taken from “Dance with Me Tonight,” “Can I have This Dance” and Walk the Moon’s “Shut Up and Dance.”


Smith-Cotton High School’s Broadway Velocity ended their Saturday afternoon performance with Elton John’s “Saturday Night’s Alright (for Fighting.)” The group performed several numbers related to school including “When Nerds Fall in Love,” and “School’s Out” by Alice Cooper.


The 2016 Show Choir Festival saw 12 area schools participate in the event hosted by State Fair Community College, at the Smith-Cotton High School Heckart Performing Arts Center, Saturday. SCHS Cabaret members performed Saturday morning with numbers such as “Dream Girls/One Night Only” and the hit by The Supremes, “Stop in the Name of Love.”
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_TSD011116ShowChoir-1.jpgThe 2016 Show Choir Festival saw 12 area schools participate in the event hosted by State Fair Community College, at the Smith-Cotton High School Heckart Performing Arts Center, Saturday. SCHS Cabaret members performed Saturday morning with numbers such as “Dream Girls/One Night Only” and the hit by The Supremes, “Stop in the Name of Love.”

Participating in the small mixed choir category, Lincoln High School’s Finale sang and danced several songs including Lady Gaga’s “Born this Way,” and “Brighter than the Sun” by Colbie Caillat.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_TSD011116ShowChoir-2.jpgParticipating in the small mixed choir category, Lincoln High School’s Finale sang and danced several songs including Lady Gaga’s “Born this Way,” and “Brighter than the Sun” by Colbie Caillat.

A new show choir to attended the Festival this year was the Carrollton 9th Street Singers. The group performed several songs including “Tonight,” “After Midnight,” and a men only piece by Daryl Hall and John Oats, “You Make my Dreams.”
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_TSD011116ShowChoir-3.jpgA new show choir to attended the Festival this year was the Carrollton 9th Street Singers. The group performed several songs including “Tonight,” “After Midnight,” and a men only piece by Daryl Hall and John Oats, “You Make my Dreams.”

Smith-Cotton Junior High School Sound Effects were the only junior high to participate in the Show Choir Festival Saturday. The group received a standing ovation from the crowd for their performance that included song and dance numbers taken from “Dance with Me Tonight,” “Can I have This Dance” and Walk the Moon’s “Shut Up and Dance.”
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_TSD011116ShowChoir-4.jpgSmith-Cotton Junior High School Sound Effects were the only junior high to participate in the Show Choir Festival Saturday. The group received a standing ovation from the crowd for their performance that included song and dance numbers taken from “Dance with Me Tonight,” “Can I have This Dance” and Walk the Moon’s “Shut Up and Dance.”

Smith-Cotton High School’s Broadway Velocity ended their Saturday afternoon performance with Elton John’s “Saturday Night’s Alright (for Fighting.)” The group performed several numbers related to school including “When Nerds Fall in Love,” and “School’s Out” by Alice Cooper.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_TSD011116ShowChoir-5.jpgSmith-Cotton High School’s Broadway Velocity ended their Saturday afternoon performance with Elton John’s “Saturday Night’s Alright (for Fighting.)” The group performed several numbers related to school including “When Nerds Fall in Love,” and “School’s Out” by Alice Cooper.

The 2016 Show Choir Festival saw 12 area schools participate in the event hosted by State Fair Community College, at the Smith-Cotton High School Heckart Performing Arts Center, Saturday. SCHS Cabaret members performed Saturday morning with numbers such as “Dream Girls/One Night Only” and the hit by The Supremes, “Stop in the Name of Love.”

Participating in the small mixed choir category, Lincoln High School’s Finale sang and danced several songs including Lady Gaga’s “Born this Way,” and “Brighter than the Sun” by Colbie Caillat.

A new show choir to attended the Festival this year was the Carrollton 9th Street Singers. The group performed several songs including “Tonight,” “After Midnight,” and a men only piece by Daryl Hall and John Oats, “You Make my Dreams.”

Smith-Cotton Junior High School Sound Effects were the only junior high to participate in the Show Choir Festival Saturday. The group received a standing ovation from the crowd for their performance that included song and dance numbers taken from “Dance with Me Tonight,” “Can I have This Dance” and Walk the Moon’s “Shut Up and Dance.”

Smith-Cotton High School’s Broadway Velocity ended their Saturday afternoon performance with Elton John’s “Saturday Night’s Alright (for Fighting.)” The group performed several numbers related to school including “When Nerds Fall in Love,” and “School’s Out” by Alice Cooper.

Photos by Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Sedalia Democrat

Photos by Faith Bemiss | Democrat

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