PHS Chorus, Valkyries, Norselanders and Concert Choir all perform Dec. 10.

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The PHS chorus begins the concert with “Psalite,” a carol by German composer Michael Praetorious.

During the song "I Wonder as I Wander" senior Danielle Locken performs a solo.
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During the song “I Wonder as I Wander” senior Danielle Locken performs a solo.
Senior Natalie Breshears sings a solo during the song "O salutaris Hostia."
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Senior Natalie Breshears sings a solo during the song “O salutaris Hostia.”
The Norselanders take the stage to sing four songs.
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The Norselanders take the stage to sing four songs.
The Valkyries sing a Russian song called "The Angel."
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The Valkyries sing a Russian song called “The Angel.”
The chorus sings "Candlelight Carol," a modern carol written by English Composer John Rutter.
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The chorus sings “Candlelight Carol,” a modern carol written by English Composer John Rutter.
Dr. Merilyn Jacobson accompanies the chorus on the piano.
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Dr. Merilyn Jacobson accompanies the chorus on the piano.
The singers focus on the choir director, George Guenther, as they sing the next song.
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The singers focus on the choir director, George Guenther, as they sing the next song.
The PHS chorus begins the concert with "Psalite," a carol by German composer Michael Praetorious.
Lacey Rose
The PHS chorus begins the concert with “Psalite,” a carol by German composer Michael Praetorious.
The Norselanders sing "Christmas Time is Here."
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The Norselanders sing “Christmas Time is Here.”