Student singers to be featured at MontBleu Holiday Extravaganza
The MontBleu Holiday Extravaganza, featuring choir students from South Lake Tahoe schools, will be held Dec. 15 and 16 in the MontBleu Showroom at 7 p.m.
The show began 15 years ago and has always been held at a Stateline casino. The show consists of third through 12th grade choirs, as well as a faculty and parent choir. The finale will include more than 270 singers.
The award-winning Blue Ribbon Classical Choir will perform, as well as the new South Tahoe Middle School Advanced Choir, “The Belles of Christmas.”
Selected performers from Marcia Sarosik’s Lake Tahoe Shining Stars dance troupe will also perform.
The Blue Ribbon Classical Choir is the most advanced choir in the program. The all-female choir was founded by Paul Kushner in 1997. This choir has performed in Northern California and Nevada for more than 12 years; performing the National Anthem for the San Francisco Giants two years in a row.
The South Tahoe High School Chorus is an open choir class led by Bob Grant. The South Tahoe Middle School Honor Choir was started in 2000, and consists of auditioned middle school-aged singers from South Tahoe Middle School, Kingsbury Middle School, Saint Theresa School and home-schooled students.
The Tahoe Elementary Honor Choir was founded in 1995 and includes auditioned singers from third, fourth and fifth grades from all elementary schools in South Lake Tahoe.
The Belles of Christmas is a new group that formed in November, consisting of many top middle school singers in the area.
For booking information for the choirs, call Paul Kushner from 8 to 9:30 a.m. at (530) 541-4111 ext. 267.
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