After a pandemic-imposed hiatus last year, a jubilant Singers’ Cabaret returned to the Chorale Room for an evening of performances by nine Upper School students. They treated an enthusiastic live audience, as well as those tuning in on Zoom, to musical selections ranging from Broadway show tunes and contemporary pop to an original composition and a modern Chinese song about lost childhood.
The popular showcase for students taking voice lessons, as well as other singing enthusiasts, also featured the first-ever mother-daughter duet. Chorale director Joel Sindelar, who organized and hosted the spirited community event, appreciates that Cabaret “gives students a chance to shine and be recognized for practice outside of the traditional school milieu.” Four-year participant CC Chung ’22 notes, “It’s an opportunity for people who are passionate about singing and music to show off their personal skills for a really supportive community.” As she has for several years, Valerie Becker P ’15 provided piano accompaniment.
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