Men’s Ensemble performs at local elementary schools

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






Choir+students+from+the+Men%27s+Ensemble+performed+at+four+Cincinnati+elementary+schools+over+two+days.+The+performed+a+set+of+pieces%2C+and+encouraged+students+to+join+choir+programs.
Back to Article
Back to Article

Men’s Ensemble performs at local elementary schools

Choir students from the Men's Ensemble performed at four Cincinnati elementary schools over two days. The performed a set of pieces, and encouraged students to join choir programs.

Choir students from the Men's Ensemble performed at four Cincinnati elementary schools over two days. The performed a set of pieces, and encouraged students to join choir programs.

Caroline Horvath

Choir students from the Men's Ensemble performed at four Cincinnati elementary schools over two days. The performed a set of pieces, and encouraged students to join choir programs.

Caroline Horvath

Caroline Horvath

Choir students from the Men's Ensemble performed at four Cincinnati elementary schools over two days. The performed a set of pieces, and encouraged students to join choir programs.

On Jan. 17 and 24, Men’s Ensemble visited local elementary schools to perform and encourage students to join the choir program in junior high.

“This is the first time we’ve done this sort of outreach in the six years that I’ve taught at Walnut Hills,” said director of vocal music Anthony Nims, “We are hoping that it will increase our enrollment in the beginning level (seventh grade) choirs.”

The choir performed at Covedale Elementary, Sands Montessori, Fairview-Clifton and Hyde Park School. They performed a program of five songs, with solo performances by Trevor Gutu, ‘21, and Hayden Oberst, ‘21.

Choir President SENIOR De’Arris Hope also spoke to the students about choir, sharing his passion for the program.