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On March 11, the Coginchaug Regional High School Concert Choir held a Disney Sing-a-long, performing songs from Disney movies and inviting young and old in the audience to participate. Like the choir members, who were dressed as famous Disney characters, some members of the audience, like 5 year old Aiyana from Durham, came in costume. Under the direction and with the piano playing of CRHS music teacher Lisa Larsen, the choir performed songs from
On March 11, the Coginchaug Regional High School Concert Choir held a Disney Sing-a-long, performing songs from Disney movies and inviting young and old in the audience to participate. Like the choir members, who were dressed as famous Disney characters, some members of the audience, like 5-year-old Aiyana from Durham, came in costume. Under the direction and with the piano playing of CRHS music teacher Lisa Larsen, the choir performed songs from

Disney Sing-a-long a fun night


On March 11, the Coginchaug Regional High School Concert Choir held a Disney Sing-a-long, performing songs from Disney movies and inviting young and old in the audience to participate. Like the choir members, who were dressed as famous Disney characters, some members of the audience, like 5-year-old Aiyana from Durham, came in costume. Under the direction and with the piano playing of CRHS music teacher Lisa Larsen, the choir performed songs from “The Little Mermaid,” “The Lion King,” “Aladdin,” as well as older songs from “Mary Poppins” and “Pinocchio.” Another 5-year- old in the audience, Gianna from Middlefield (not pictured), stood up to dance during the finale. | (Mark Dionne / Town Times)



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