They kicked off the show with a perfect rendition of their school song.
They capped the enjoyable performance with the “Blessing”
The 4th Grade Chorus put on a terrific show when they sang while “Celebrate The Differences” was performed in front of their family and friends, school mates and the staff at the Bradley Gardens Primary School on Thursday, March 30.
The director of this performance, Alex Holland, the Bradley Gardens Primary School Music Teacher, who was assisted by Stefanie Watson on the piano.
Due to Covid, performances at schools, including Bradley Gardens, had been put on hold.
So, a return to normalcy was appreciated by the Bradley Gardens School community.
“Everyone is excited and now this is the real thing,” Principal Barbara Binford proclaimed. “It has been a long time coming.”
Mr. Holland shared the excitement.
“The kids really worked hard and they were ready for the show,” Mr. Holland reported. “ The kids couldn’t wait and neither could I.”
Once the Bradley Gardens 4th Grade Chorus sang their Bradley Gardens School Song, they followed with various numbers, which featured “O Music,” “Celebrate the Differences” and “The BullFrog.”
Their Recorder Songs included “Hot Cross-Buns,” “Indian Chant,” “Mexican Fiesta,” and “Recorder Tootin Old McDonald.”
“The entire school loved it,” Principal Binford said.
And so did the audience.