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Photo Gallery: Highlands High School hosts 25th annual Alle-Kiski Choral Concert

| Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012, 12:27 a.m.
Erica Dietz | Trib Total Media
Springdale High School will join other schools during the Highlands Area Rotary Club Choral Festival on Dec. 2.
Highlands High School's Nathan Igo watches the director with his classmates during the Alle-Kiski Choral Festival produced by the Highlands Area Rotary Club at Highlands High School on Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2012. Erica Hilliard | Valley News Dispatch
Riverview High School's director Nathan Hart leads his choir during the Alle-Kiski Choral Festival produced by the Highlands Area Rotary Club at Highlands High School on Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2012. Erica Hilliard | Valley News Dispatch
Leechburg Area High School's Megan Goedicke sings a solo during the Alle-Kiski Choral Festival produced by the Highlands Area Rotary Club at Highlands High School on Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2012. Erica Hilliard | Valley News Dispatch
Freeport Area High School's Annie Lauffer follows along as director Thomas Koharchik plays piano during the Alle-Kiski Choral Festival produced by the Highlands Area Rotary Club at Highlands High School on Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2012. Erica Hilliard | Valley News Dispatch
Members of the Kiski Area Cavalier Choir sing together during the Alle-Kiski Choral Festival produced by the Highlands Area Rotary Club at Highlands High School on Wednesday November 28, 2012. Erica Hilliard | Valley News Dispatch

Choirs from Freeport, Highlands, Kiski Area, Leechburg Area, Riverview and Springdale high schools gathered on Wednesday night at Highlands High School to perform in the 25th annual Alle-Kiski Choral Concert.

Highlights included a bagpipe interlude by Highlands School Board member Jon Love and a grand finale that brought all the choirs together to sing a portion of Handel's “Messiah.” The holiday show is sponsored by the Highlands Area Rotary Club.

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