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Upper School Chorus Performs in The Schiff Center

For the first time in two school years, the Upper School men’s, women’s, and full chorus performed the spring concert in The Schiff Center in mid-May. Choral director Tina Kuhlman applauded the chorus for their efforts, despite extensive safety protocols, including frequent breaks, social distancing, and training to enunciate through masks. The students sang nine musical selections, including “Umi Sono” by Dan Kousaku, “Taylor the Latte Boy” by Marcy Heisler and Zina Goldrich, and Irish folk song, “Parting Glass,” which, as part of Seven Hills tradition, was sung by the seniors at the end of the program. Kuhlman closed the concert with a photo slideshow presentation, celebrating the seniors and sharing inspirational words. She described the hard work and dedication of the musicians this year, saying that this unusual year has been about “finding community and sharing the experience of making music together.” Congratulations to all choral members, Kuhlman and accompanist Lynne Miller, and a special thanks to graduating senior choral members Daniel Goldfeder, Audrey Howard, John Humphrey, Elizabeth Johnston, Will Kohnen, Nandini Likki, Hana Mahmoud, Luke Malloy, Anya Moeller, Joe Moses, Lilly Rubenstein, and Riyah Vaughn. Click here to view the concert program.

Click here to view a photo of the Upper School Choral Concert.