Cherokee Tastes and Sounds Night
Saturday, April 7, 2012
Photos by Vanessa Reusch
The Cherokee Middle school and High School music students staged their annual "Tastes and Sounds" at the Cherokee Western Iowa Tech Conference Center on Monday April 2
7 and 8th Chorus -
The Cherokee Middle School 7th and 8th grade Chorus sang a variety of songs at the WHS/CMS Tastes & Sounds event held at the Western Iowa Tech Community College Conference Center in Cherokee.
WHS Chamber Choir -
The Washington High School Chamber Choir, led by director Amy Sarchet on piano, sings "Kyrie" for the crowd during the Washington High School and Cherokee Middle School's Tastes & Sounds event.
Sing it -
Washington High School Chorus members Breeana DeVos, left, and Libby Peterson sing a duet during the Washington High School and Cherokee Middle School's Tastes & Sounds event on April 2.
"Old Abram Brown" -
The Senior Girls Quartet, left to right, Amanda Kellen, Abby Hayes, Emily Estala and Molly White sang "Old Abram Brown" for the crowd during the WHS/CMS Tastes & Sounds event.
Woodwind Choir -
The Washington High School Woodwind Choir, led by middle school director Casey Kingdon, is shown performing during the WHS/CMS Tastes & Sounds event.
Clarinet Quartet -
The crowd during the Tastes & Sounds event enjoyed music from the Washington High School Clarinet Quartet A.
Leader of the band -
The Washington High School Brass Choir, led by director Paul McEntaffer, performed during the Tastes & Sounds event April 2 in Cherokee.
Jazz Band -
The Cherokee Washington High School Jazz Band , led by director Paul McEntaffer, played several tunes for the crowd at the April 2nd WHS/CMS Tastes & Sounds event,