All choirs perform at Pancake Breakfast
Advanced Treble Choir, Chamber Singers, Menâ€™s Ensemble, Mustang Singers and Treble Choir performed at the annual Choir Pancake Breakfast Saturday, Nov. 16 from 7:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. in the Multi-Purpose Room (MPR).Â
The Pancake Breakfast helped raise money for students in choir, and tickets for the event were $10. Parent volunteers cooked eggs, sausages and pancakes for the audience and performers.
â€ś[The purpose was] to have a fun time and eat breakfast so people could listen to our songs while enjoying the breakfast,â€ť Menâ€™s Ensemble freshman Bryce Tang said. â€śI think we all did a really good job performing because we practiced for a long time.â€ť
Choir has been preparing for about two months by practicing the songs during class. Choir cabinet members arrived at school at 6 a.m. to set up the MPR and wash the utensils.Â
â€śI think [Pancake Breakfast] was a great opportunity for the choir to showcase its talent, and I also think it was a fun experience for the people that were watching because they got to enjoy their food while watching the performance,â€ť secretary of Advanced Treble Choir senior Chrizelle Tungpalan said. â€śI think this benefits me because I was able to perform with a group that I love, and I also got to develop more social skills.â€ť
Parent volunteers Vinh Truong and Grace Chang organized the event. Parent volunteer Michelle Cheng coordinated the food pickup and sponsors for the breakfast.
â€ś[Pancake Breakfast] helped prepare us for the winter concert and what is to come,â€ť Mustang Singers sophomore Kiana Kruise said. â€śEveryone did good, and everyone tried their best.â€ť
By Sajjan Sandhu, Staff writer
Photo by Joy Wang