Senior Ande Davis studies her music as the Chamber Singers practice during a virtual Friday rehearsal. The choir will record a concert to be played later.

If you walk by the auditorium on any random virtual Friday, you may
hear something that you won’t on any other day of the week. People singing.

“We are doing a VMEA choral performance and it’s just us this time,” senior Jamison Jones said. “So it’s really important to Mr.
Burks and the whole Prince George High School choir family.”

The Chamber Singers Ensemble has been rehearsing every Friday For an upcoming concert that will be recorded and released later for the Virginia Music Educators conference.

“We’re doing “Esto Les Digo” and also we are doing an awesome piece called “Wade In The Water” and we are doing a song called “Di Est Eri” which was performed in all-district,” Jones said.

The group was selected as one of three choirs in the state to perform for the 2020 conference in November. The theme of the concert is a musical response to adversity.

Rehearsals are a bit different due to the fact that social distancing and mass must be used to prevent from anyone Contracting covid-19.

“My favorite song that we’re performing is got to be “Wade in the Water.” It’s really really special piece to me,” Jones said. “And I really like the energy in it.”

Stay tuned for the final produced video featuring this talented group of singers.