The best kind of Christmas music is the kind sung by your family and friends. I got to go to a wonderful afternoon of music presented by Davis’ high school chorus in conjunction with the Southern Crescent Chorale.
I was actually able to spot Davis from my balcony seat. It was a packed house. See my brown arrow in the photo below?
I think they saw me, too. My zoom lens is pretty fantastic. Either that or me yelling “Sing Pretty, Schmoopie” across the auditorium. Not sure which caught their attention.
Okay, I really didn’t say that but I was thinking it telepathically. After the concert my mom ran into some of her friends outside, Marilyn and Betty Jo . We all got the memo to wear our red Christmas tops with black pants – me, too, except you can’t see me behind the camera. Quite a few other people got the same memo!
Next up was last night’s Christmas concert at the High School Auditorium.
Just like the other concert, they performed to a packed house. We’re serious about our singing around here!
Davis is a part of three groups at his school. Camerata is the men’s choir, Chanticleer is the advanced choir, and Men of the Mill is a men’s a capella group and the comedic relief of the show. They sing beautifully and entertain thoroughly.
During the show was a silent auction of baskets and other items such as Disney tickets or jewelry gift cards. I was the winning bid on basket #59 Christmas Chips and Dips. There is a beautiful ceramic chip and dip platter that I will unpack and feature in a future post.
Lots more Christmas festivities ahead and I’m looking forward to them all.