I performed with one of my choruses, Capital Pride Singers, in two performances of a holiday cabaret. We sang at RPI in Troy on Saturday night and at a church in Saratoga on Sunday night. There were only 5 full chorus numbers and the rest of the cabaret consisted on small ensembles which people had prepared. Oh, the creativity which goes into these performances!
In case you weren't able to be there, I'll post a few scenes from Sunday's cabaret. Here, Freida Munchon belts out a stellar performance of "Blue Christmas:"
And the whole chorus joining voices:
Suzi and I sing a jazzy version of "Please Come Home For Christmas:"
Donny and Mike. Such talent, such talent:
Having left out a plate of cookies and a glass of milk for Santa, Joel, Derek and I sing a trio called "Santa Daddy." It was a bit racy:
And included this strip-down by Derek which brought thunderous applause:
Kelley croons a serious ballad:
And Steve struts his stuff, belting a Broadway holiday tune:
Lori is fantastic at singing jazz numbers: