NW Montana Chorale Express makes music in Troy

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  • The Libby Children’s Select Choir, directed by Lorraine Braun, performs God Bless America during the Northwest Montana Chorale Express Festival held in the Troy High School auditorium Monday, Oct. 29. (Ben Kibbey/The Western News)

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    The Libby Children’s Select Choir, directed by Lorraine Braun, performs during the Northwest Montana Chorale Express Festival held in the Troy High School auditorium Monday, Oct. 29. (Ben Kibbey/The Western News)

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    The Flathead Valley Community College Chorale Ensemble, directed by Nicole Sanford, performs “Tshotsholoza,” a traditional South African mining song (Ben Kibbey/The Western News)

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    The Libby Children’s Select Choir, directed by Lorraine Braun, performs during the Northwest Montana Chorale Express Festival held in the Troy High School auditorium Monday, Oct. 29. (Ben Kibbey/The Western News)

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    The Northwest Montana Chorale Express — a choir made up of 88 choir students from Libby, Troy, Eureka, Noxon, Plains and Thompson Falls and directed by Flathead Valley Community College choir director Nicole Sanford — performs during the Northwest Montana Chorale Express Festival held in the Troy High School auditorium Monday, Oct. 29. (Ben Kibbey/The Western News)

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    Libby High School Choir students Suvari Neff, Sammie Newton, Hailey Dotson and Laneigha Zeiler get into their performance of “Oh, No!” as part of the Northwest Montana Chorale Express — a choir made up of 88 choir students from Libby, Troy, Eureka, Noxon, Plains and Thompson Falls and guest directed by Flathead Valley Community College choir director Nicole Sanford — during the Northwest Montana Chorale Express Festival held in the Troy High School auditorium Monday, Oct. 29. (Ben Kibbey/The Western News)

  • The Libby Children’s Select Choir, directed by Lorraine Braun, performs God Bless America during the Northwest Montana Chorale Express Festival held in the Troy High School auditorium Monday, Oct. 29. (Ben Kibbey/The Western News)

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    The Libby Children’s Select Choir, directed by Lorraine Braun, performs during the Northwest Montana Chorale Express Festival held in the Troy High School auditorium Monday, Oct. 29. (Ben Kibbey/The Western News)

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    The Flathead Valley Community College Chorale Ensemble, directed by Nicole Sanford, performs “Tshotsholoza,” a traditional South African mining song (Ben Kibbey/The Western News)

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    The Libby Children’s Select Choir, directed by Lorraine Braun, performs during the Northwest Montana Chorale Express Festival held in the Troy High School auditorium Monday, Oct. 29. (Ben Kibbey/The Western News)

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    The Northwest Montana Chorale Express — a choir made up of 88 choir students from Libby, Troy, Eureka, Noxon, Plains and Thompson Falls and directed by Flathead Valley Community College choir director Nicole Sanford — performs during the Northwest Montana Chorale Express Festival held in the Troy High School auditorium Monday, Oct. 29. (Ben Kibbey/The Western News)

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    Libby High School Choir students Suvari Neff, Sammie Newton, Hailey Dotson and Laneigha Zeiler get into their performance of “Oh, No!” as part of the Northwest Montana Chorale Express — a choir made up of 88 choir students from Libby, Troy, Eureka, Noxon, Plains and Thompson Falls and guest directed by Flathead Valley Community College choir director Nicole Sanford — during the Northwest Montana Chorale Express Festival held in the Troy High School auditorium Monday, Oct. 29. (Ben Kibbey/The Western News)

The Northwest Montana Chorale Express Festival made it’s stop in Troy this year, bringing together in one voice the high school choirs from Libby, Troy, Eureka, Noxon, Plains and Thompson Falls at the Troy High School Auditorium Monday evening, Oct. 29.

The 88 students from the six schools who made up the Northwest Montana Chorale Express followed performances by the Libby Children’s Select Choir, directed by Lorraine Braun, and the Flathead Valley Community College Chorale Ensemble, directed by Nicole Sanford.

Sanford was also guest director for the Choral Express, leading them in “Bonse Aba,” “Oh, No!,” “Resilience,” “How Can I Keep From Singing,” and “Swinging With the Saints.”

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