The Buford High School Chorus performed its 28th annual Variety Show during a recent weekend, “It’s About Time.”
The show featured a mixture of ensemble and solo performances of hit songs from throughout the years that relate in some way to the theme of time.
The chorus performed its show four times last week, from Thursday through Saturday, and as always, audiences were impressed and excited by the great singing talents of BHS students.
This year’s show featured many incredible individual performances. Senior Mason Fenno opened the show with his rendition of “Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin’.” Abbie Staples followed him with her impressive performance of “Morningside.” Mara Eva Cline then dazzled the audience with “Light of a Clear Morning.” Ethan Holcombe and Lexi Thompson led the fifth and sixth period classes in an exciting performance of “Time Warp.” Sydney Holton then performed “Seasons of Love” with the girls’ trio and boys’ quartet. Dylan Appling followed them with an electric performance of “It’s not My Time.” Aria Mason slowed it down with a beautiful performance of “Time After Time.” The state championship winning trio of Mara Eva Cline, Alyssa Lovern and Rachel Bryson turned back the clock with “Tulip Time.” Marianna Borja rocked the house with “… Baby One More Time.” Trevor Pucket and Regan Mann followed with their performances of “Yesterday” and “Summertime.” Maggie Dale showed her talents with “One Perfect Moment,” and Alyssa Lovern shone with “2002.”
The audience particularly enjoyed MC Hammer’s “U Can’t Touch This,” performed by Damian Brown, Wyles McCammon, Jeremiah Willingham, Dale Green, Dylan Wittke, River Wilson, Will Earl, David Oh, Adrian Osorio-Burgos, Pierce DeMarco, Braxton Guiney and Ethan Holcombe.
Mauricio Garduño-Rea and Piper Hill both impressed audiences with incredible performances of “Story of My Life” and “Never Enough,” respectively. Theresa Moody then performed her rendition of “Golden Hour.” Geo Nam’s performance of “Moondance” was a crowd favorite each night, and Caroline Echols’ performance of “Back to December” also consistently impressed audiences. Sydney Holton followed them with an excellent performance of “A Moment Like This,” and Abby Cochran amazed audiences with “‘At Last.” Kyah Barcourt’s performance of “Midnight Train to Georgia” was easily one of the best solo performances of the show, as she showed off her talents. Jenna Gubran then rocked audiences with “If I Could Turn Back Time.” The last individual performances of the show came from Sydney Holton and Kaden Roberts with their performance of “I’ve Had the Time of My Life” and Dylan Appling with “From Now On.”
Congratulations to the BHS Chorus for another excellent and successful Variety Show! Go Wolves!