The Loveland Show Choirs participated at the inaugural Ross Legacy Championship, where a total of 17 choirs came to compete on Friday, March 1, and Saturday, March 2. Revolution from Loveland Middle School won first place in the Middle School Division, earning first place for Best Vocals, Best Choreography, Best Band, Best Show Design, Best Costumes and Best Female Soloist (Sophia Shapiro).
Loveland High School’s By Request was First Runner-Up in the competition, winning Best Choreography and Best Female Soloist (Amanda Hains). Allure, the all-female choir at LHS, earned Fifth Runner Up overall and placed second in the Single-Gender Division.
The Loveland Show Choirs have a busy schedule for the remainder of the month, competing in Indiana and Florida, among others. The season’s final performance of competition routines will take place at LHS on Sunday, April 28. By Request and Allure will present Disney – a performance with your favorite Disney hits – on May 4. Stay tuned for more information.
Photo caption: Loveland High School’s all-female choir Allure placed second in the Single-Gender Division at the inaugural Ross Legacy Championship.
Articled posted on March 6, 2019.