The Voice

The Voice

The Voice

People are waiting in line to see Santa Claus in the gazebo.

There’s snow place like Huntley

Huntley residents gather at the town square for A Very Merry Huntley, filled with fun and festive activities for the holiday season.
By Sam Tan
December 3, 2023

On Dec. 2, the Huntley community gathers together to celebrate the holidays in the town square. The Very Merry Huntley event had many festive activities,...

Students who participated in ILMEA gather to be recognized for their achievements and efforts

HHS musicians are no second fiddle

The board of education recognizes students participating in ILMEA and their outstanding musical talent.
By Samantha Webb
December 8, 2021

Huntley High School operates many musical branches, giving a wide variety to students interested in music. The Illinois Music Education Association is...

(Courtesy of the Mundelein High School website.)

Sam Moore rocks the house at ILMEA District Competition

By Riley Murphy
November 9, 2017

He stands next to two boys, also in high school, singing notes and breathing in time with the rhythm of the music. Once the song finishes, the same feel...

Members of Vocal Fusion perform as an ensemble (F. Losbanes).

Huntley choir kids compete at IHSA Solo and Ensemble Contest

By Mawa Iqbal
March 7, 2017

Students of Huntley High School's bands and choirs traveled to Harvard High School to compete in the IHSA Solo/Ensemble Contest on March 4. Of the 163...

Sophomore Frank Mete along with his friends prance around the stage (S. Biernat)

Christmas comes early with winter choir concert

By Sarah Biernat
December 2, 2016

Opening the choir room doors, junior Jillian Hooker felt a rush of energy from her peers. With small talk filling the room, she made her way over by some...

Schechtel (left) before a choir concert with junior Emily McCusker (Courtesty of A. Schechtel).

Interview with a performer: Singer Alyssa Schechtel

By Mawa Iqbal
November 12, 2016

Junior Alyssa Schechtel talks about her love for singing and experiences being involved in school choirs. How old were you when you first started singing? "As...

When it comes to singing, be obnoxious! Interview with singer, Jenna Boyd

When it comes to singing, be obnoxious! Interview with singer, Jenna Boyd

By Mawa Iqbal
October 27, 2015

Why did you join choir? "I've always been obnoxious and I'd always sing really loud, so I figured I should join choir in middle school. So I did. And...

Sophomore Cali Carbello focuses on her performance at the recital in preparation for the Solo-Ensemble contest (J.Clavero).

Choir students put on recital in preparation for statewide Solo-Ensemble contest

By Jess Clavero
February 27, 2015
The accompanist lets her fragile fingers dance across the black and white strips on the grand piano centered on stage.
The freshman mixed choir perform on the stage (Brands).

From corn fields to Broadway

By Rachel Brands
October 8, 2014
[T]he PAC was packed on Oct. 7 at 7:00 p.m. for the HHS choir’s first concert of the year. The theme for this concert was Broadway musicals.
Bailey Kiley sings as her accompanist, Linda Mulcahy, plays piano (H. Baldacci).

Huntley choir prepares for IHSA Solo & Ensemble competition

By Holly Baldacci
March 6, 2014
Tonight from 6:00 to just after 9:00, Huntley’s choir performed their Third Quarter Solo/Ensemble Concert, which featured multiple genres of music ranging from classic Italian pieces to modern Broadway ballads. In total, 49 songs were performed.
Members of the Concert Choir pose with choreographers Alissa Gorney and Maddie Eberhardt after rehearsing their dance number (H. Baldacci).

Huntley choir sings in the season

By Holly Baldacci
December 5, 2013
When Huntley High School’s choir took to the stage tonight for the finale of their quarterly concert, something was different. Instead of wearing their traditional red shirts and black pants, the concert choir was decked out in the boisterous colors of “ugly holiday sweaters,” adding a whimsical touch to the concert that choir director Nancy Cross has described as “winter with a little holiday thrown in here and there.”
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