Easton High School Warrior Chorale to Perform Spring Concert


The Easton High School Warrior Chorale, under the direction of Andrea Stewart Davis and accompanied by Amy Morgan,will present their Spring Concert on Tuesday, March 27, 2018 at 6:30pm in the Easton High School Auditorium. The concert will feature a variety of choral music from classic choral standards to more contemporary choral pieces. There is no admission fee for the concert but tax-deductible donations will be happily accepted.

The Warrior Chorale is coming off a stellar performance at the ECAS High School Choral Competition and will be performing their competition set, which includes Morley’s Renaissance madrigal My Bonny Lass She Smileth, choral favorite Mendelssohn’s Die Nachtigall, and new work Dies Irae by Ryan Main in addition to other selections.

The Warrior Chorale is an auditioned ensemble comprising students in grades nine through twelve. The ensemble rehearses daily and performs a wide variety of music. The Warrior Chorale is an in-demand performing ensemble throughout Talbot County. If you are interested in having the Warrior Chorale perform, contact Mrs. Davis via e-mail adavis@talbotschools.org.

Andrea Stewart Davis directs the Warrior Chorale and is the theater arts instructor at Easton High School. Additionally, she is the artistic director of the Smyrna Singers and is an in-demand musical director and conductor throughout Delmarva. Mrs. Davis made her international performance debut at Lake Como, Italy, and recently conducted internationally at the Delaware Choral Academy in Aix-en-Provence, France. Her choirs are praised for their musical nuance, energy and enthusiasm as an ensemble.

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