SCHS Legacy Show Choir wins competition

The Seminole County High School Legacy Show Choir traveled to Montgomery,
Alabama this past weekend to compete in their first show choir competition of the new year. The event was held at the Montgomery Performing Arts Center and was a part of the Capital City Classic Show Choir Competition. The choir performed selections from the very popular musical, “Hamilton” and earned first place in their division.

A public viewing  of this award-winning show is in the works and will be advertised here prior to its performance

The show choir will be performing in Cairo on February 22nd as one of the groups showcased in their annual ‘Arts in the Schools’ program. Legacy plans to hit the show choir competition circuit next season, with a brand new show already in the works.

Seminole County Middle-High School  (SCMHS) Choral Director Maribeth Burke commented, “Our Spring show, ‘Let’s Dance’ will be held on Saturday, April 20th in the SCMHS cafeteria. Everyone is invited and encouraged to come out and see these talented students perform.”

Congratulations go out to the Seminole Legacy Show Choir and its director and supporting staff for this prestigious award.  Results like this make the hard and dedicated hours of rehearsal so very much worth the effort. The members of Legacy include Ansley Long, Carson Deal, Emma Chloe Arnold, Miranda Brannon, Destiny Daniels, Jonie Hicks, Abigail Grantham, Tiffany Peterson, Bailey Dixon, Zaravion Calloway, Andra Lundy, Ricky Coachman, Samantha Toney, Braylin Smith, Macy Batchelor,
Sabrina Cannon, Autumn Sherrer, Jayvionne King, Bailey Fields, David Pollock, Brian Sims, Jad Deal, Holden Owens, Torie Lambert, Jaylen Brannon, Samantha McLendon, Rudra Patel, Tae Faisson, and Jordan Williams. Maribeth Burke is the show choir’s director and Mindy Shattles is the choreographer.

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