The Elkins High Vocal Ensemble will travel to Nashville March 23 to 25.
The choir will visit the Grand Ole Opry show and Museum, the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Hermitage plantation, which was the home of Andrew Jackson. The students also will participate in traditional line dancing.
The trip will conclude with a public performance at Wildhorse. The students will sing: "He Never failed Me Yet" by Robert Ray, "Riversong" by Roger Emerson, the spiritual "Elijah and Joshua" by Sally Albrecht, "Like the Beat of the Drum" and "African Allelulia," which will use a variation of African drums.
Members of the Elkins High Vocal Ensemble are preparing for a trip to Nashville, where they will visit a number of sites and perform a range of songs.
Those planning to take part include Director Liz Marshall-MacVean and accompanist Debbie Super, along with Elkins High Vocal Ensemble members Chris Campbell, Darcy Carter, Sommer Dilly, Shanna Fisher, Jennifer Gregory, Logan Gripper, Emily Haddix, Brooke Hinzman, Mercedes Isenhart, Nicole Jackson, Cody Joe, Kendra Johnson, Chelsea Lambert, Hunter Lewis, Mikayla Markley, Amber Marstiller, Lindsey Pifer, Cassandra Plishka, Makayla Poe, Kyrsten Spencer, Alexis Swisher, Autumn Trupo, Sean Tyre, Kristen White, Jacob Yokum, Victoria Chenoweth, Adryana Munroe, Leah ArmStrong, Emily Richards, Catherine Scott, Christa Varner and Savannah Waybright.