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William B. Orenic sixth-grade choir to sing at JJC MadriGala

The William B. Orenic Intermediate School Winter Carolers.
Back from left: Nia Kehlet, Angel Taques, Ashley Rivas, Hailey Pasteris, Andrew Malleris
Middle: Noah Hoffman, Emily Peterson, Samantha Goodwin, Malachi Pellegrini, Chloe Reinbold, Alyssa DeAngeles
Front: Makayla Jones, Emily Aguirre, Jade Newby, Payton Fraser, Sophia Phetchamphone
The William B. Orenic Intermediate School Winter Carolers. Back from left: Nia Kehlet, Angel Taques, Ashley Rivas, Hailey Pasteris, Andrew Malleris Middle: Noah Hoffman, Emily Peterson, Samantha Goodwin, Malachi Pellegrini, Chloe Reinbold, Alyssa DeAngeles Front: Makayla Jones, Emily Aguirre, Jade Newby, Payton Fraser, Sophia Phetchamphone

A group of William B. Orenic Intermediate School sixth-grade choir students has been invited to sing at the Dec. 8 Joliet Junior College MadriGala Concert.

The event will be at 7:30 p.m. at the Fine Arts Theatre on the Joliet Junior College main campus.

WBO vocal music educator Kelsey Hagan said the opportunity is an honor for the students, and they are excited to sing with and learn from the JJC singers and to showcase their own talent.

Troy Community School District 30-C’s WBO Winter Carolers will join the JJC chamber singers and brass ensemble for one piece and will perform three pieces on their own – “I Saw Three Ships,” arranged by Andy Beck; “A La Nanita Nana,” arranged by Greg Gilpin; and “Deck the Hall with Jingle Bells,” arranged by Russell Robinson.

Troy students participating will be Emily Aguirre, Alyssa DeAngeles, Payton Fraser, Samantha Goodwin, Noah Hoffman, Makayla Jones, Nia Kehlet, Andrew Malleris, Jade Newby, Hailey Pasteris, Malachi Pellegrini, Emily Peterson, Sophia Phetchamphone, Chloe Reinbold, Ashley Rivas, Delainie Sebby and Angel Taques.

Tickets are $15 and include refreshments, and can be bought by calling 815- 280-2200. 

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