The Havre High School choirs will present their annual Christmas concert on Monday. As in the past, the concert will feature familiar traditional Christmas music as well as new arrangements of familiar songs and some new music as well.
The concert will begin with a special performance by the quartet of middle school singers who were selected to attend the All-Northwest convention this spring. Belles Voix will follow with "Slumber Song" and "Carol of the Bells." Hi-Liters will perform the popular "The Christmas Song" by Mel Torme and a couple of traditional selections. Next will be the debut of a sophomore mixed ensemble, Lo-Liters, singing "Beneath the Mistletoe," a new chart with a '60s feel.
Expressions, Concert Choir, Treble Choir, and A Cappella Choir will continue with new and old songs, such as "Little Drummer Boy," "Silent Night," a medley of "snow" songs, and "Jingle Bells." New charts include an arrangement of Caccini's "Ava Maria," "Bethlehem Hallelu," "Where Can We Find Peace," "What Child is This" and "Festival Deck the Halls." The concert will conclude with the traditional singing of Handel's "Hallelujah Chorus."
The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. and admission is the same as all HHS activities.