The night started off with the all-girls Vocal Ensemble singing “Puttin’ on the Ritz.” Mr. Lindfors directed the choir while Mr. Wilhoit played the piano for it. The girls were all dressed in black and white clothing.
Following the Vocal Ensemble was the Jazz Band with the song “Ain’t Misbehavin’” which had a saxophone solo from Junior Alexis Amaya.
Next was the Concert Choir. They performed two songs, called “River in Judge” and “Bye Bye Blackbird.” Mr. Lindfors also announced that for the first time in 15 years, Concert Choir was performing with a four-part harmony.
Jazz band came back with the song “Sidewinder” which had two soloists, Amaya on the saxophone again and Senior Everett Brown on the trumpet.
Then it was again time for the vocal ensemble that walked in with flowers in their hands to the beat of a traditional wedding tune. The song “Keep My Love Alive” started as a normal love song, but as it progressed, the lyrics were of a woman killing her various husbands. After the song, they began “Blue Skies” which featured soloist Mary Raus.
Jazz band played the song “Witchcraft” before the Madrigal Choir came out singing “Banana Split for My Baby.” It was sung by all the boys with solos by Kory Bennion, Drake Martinez, and Chris Henriquez. The song ended with the girls slapping their male partners because they had left them paying for the expensive ice cream the boy had ordered them.
The boys of the choir then walked out allowing the girls to begin “I’m Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter.” Sisters Summer Rudas and Ciara Rudas came up to sing the solos for the song.
Jazz band played yet another song called “That’s Cool!” which had four different soloists: Amaya and Olivia LeValley both on the saxophone, Brown on the trumpet, and Edwin Quevedo on the trombone.
The next song “Over the Rainbow” had many “oohs” and “aahs” from the singers as Martinez sang on the microphone. Then the song “Jump, Jive, and Wail” came with a faster beat and it had them clapping. Bennion and Adriana Rodriguez both sang solos for this song.
Jazz band began playing again and Mr. Lindfors and Ms. Gilboe welcomed the audience to dance in front of the stage while the band played. No one was dancing at first but the Madrigal Choir came out and began dancing with other members of the choir. Some of the choir members like Alyssa Hatton and Bennion danced with their parents while the songs played.
The Madrigal Choir performed their last song “The Storm is Passing Over” and then came the last song where both the choirs and the Jazz Band would perform “Orange Colored Sky.”