The Peach County High School Concert Choir is proud to celebrate its performance in South Carolina for Claflin University and the Orangeburg Community Choir's Annual "Messiah" Concert!
On Tuesday, December 3rd, the Peach County High School Concert Choir traveled to Orangeburg, South Carolina for the Orangeburg Community's annual "Messiah" concert. PCHS's Choir was invited to sing on the concert by Dr. Isaiah McGee, Chair of the Claflin University Concert Choir. Mr. Quahnkatiere Marshall, PCHS's Director of Choral Music, is an alumni of Claflin, and the two schools have recently built a partnership aimed at recruiting students for scholarship, and academic excellence. The PCHS Concert Choir opened the concert with 2 amazing selections, while stealing the hearts of a sold out audience of over 700 at Stevenson Auditorium. 3 of our students (Jemuel Ramirez, Lucas Gray, and Preston Price) were also given the honor of taking the stage with Claflin University and the Orangeburg Community Choir in singing the Messiah! The Choirs, including PCHS, were featured on the front page of the Times and Democrat newspaper the following morning, and recorded for local television.