As the winter months have been in full swing, it was time for the high school's annual combined Christmas concert. The title for the performance this year was “Christmas isn’t a Season, it’s a Feeling.” The concert was kicked off with Symphonic Band playing “Patapan,” and after two other songs Festival Choir took the stage over. This group sang three songs, one being “Holiday Road of Carols.” The next few groups to perform consisted of the Girls Quartet, Court Singers, Madrigal Brass, and then the Madrigal Singers. After the ensembles, the next big group to shine was Concert Choir. The choir performed three songs which included one piano feature and a vocal soloist. As the concert went on, Concert Band was brought to the stage playing two pieces. “Hallelujah Chorus” was then performed by the entirety of the students involved in the music program. Another round of small ensembles such as the Madrigal Recorders and the Boys Quartet performed while the students got ready for another combined piece. “Christmas on Broadway,” arranged by John Higgins was performed as a final full piece for the concert. The song consisted of several Christmas melodies to make sure the audience was in the mood for the season. To end the concert entirely, “Silent Night” was performed by four selected flutes and was played as the Band, Choir, and audience left. The students had been working on all of the pieces since their last concert, and everyone was happy with their performances.