Students display talent through Honor Choir

Students display talent through Honor Choir

By Luz Magaña Posted January 18 , 2022

Honor Choir is an opportunity that is given to anyone who is in the school music program. Anyone in the regions of Elko, Lovelock, Battle Mountain and Winnemucca, are able to try out, this is an opportunity given to see your singing ability and improve your weaknesses. 

Certain students are selected to be a part of Honor Choir as long as they try out for it. They will also be given the opportunity to go to a convention. The convention is held yearly. 

“Honor Choir is usually held in Elko and is led by a famous conductor that is well known in the music industry,” said section leader Ashley Ruiz. 

The students that are selected are able to improve their skills and reach the goals that they have set for themselves. 

Although this is a yearly event, last year it was not possible because of COVID, this year it will be held and the students are extremely excited,

“I can’t wait to come back from Honor Choir this year knowing that I’ll grow mentally and physically with the music,” said Ruiz. 

Being part of Honor Choir does not mean that you just need to be able to sing, there is always more work that needs to be done,

“We stay after school most Thursdays and work until 2:30 p.m. rehearsing the songs,” said Alora McClure who sings alto. 

All the students that are a part of Honor Choir have shown their talent through their singing and have worked incredibly hard to be a part of this group. They truly have talent and have what it takes to be a part of Honor Choir.