FHS Vocal Students Sparkle In Annual Winter Cabaret

The house was packed Jan. 20 for the opening night of the annual FHS vocal students’ Winter Cabaret.

The annual Franklin High School Choir Winter Cabaret opened Jan. 20, featuring the voices of 22 students and their vocal teacher.

The two-day annual event is sponsored by the FHS Choir Parents and the school’s vocal music department. The Choir Parents use their proceeds to help fund the five annual scholarships awarded to graduating students who were in the choir.

Performers come from the school’s vocal class, choir and spring musical cast.

Students picked their own songs, said Timothy Walton, the school’s voice teacher.

“They’ve picked songs that that they feel tell story,” he said. “There’s some pop songs, some inspirational songs, a little bit of everything.”

Walton also performed, giving an emotional performance of “Anything Worth Holding On To.”

The cabaret also runs Jan. 21 in the high school cafeteria. Curtain is at 7:30 p.m.

Those performing and their selections were:

  • Leslie Baez, “Fly, Fly Away.”
  • Serenity Anderson, “Fly Before Your Fall”
  • Taniya Walker, “Breathe Me”
  • Heather Pleus, “Finding Wonderland”
  • Maleah Moon, “Someone Else’s Story”
  • Kaitlyn Timari, “You’ve Got Possibilities”
  • Amina Cole, “I Look To You”
  • Cassandra Trovato, “Killer Instinct”
  • Matthew Threadgill, “Ten Minutes Ago”
  • Jeffrey Kinghorn, “The Luckiest”
  • Yusef Cole, “Who I’d Be”
  • Deandre Carrol, “Ordinary People”
  • Omar Marcial, “Not My Father’s Son”
  • Richard Francese, “Freeze Your Brain”
  • Aanika Sanga, “A New Life”
  • Hope Steinbrück, “Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again”
  • Daniella Emmer, “Momma Don’t Cry”
  • Serena Buchan, “Pretty Funny”
  • Josephine Sessay, “Broken-Hearted Girl
  • Jaime Green, “Turning Tables”
  • Sydney Wade, “Love Me, Love Me Not”
  • Khailah Johnson, “The Music That Makes Me Dance”

2017 FHS Choir Parents Winter Cabaret


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