Photo gallery: Last choir concert of the year

Sam Weaver | Business Manager The year ended in harmony, as the Mason Chorale program hosted their last concert of the year, highlighting their hard work and the senior’s last moments on stage. Una Vocce Choir, Women’s Choir, Bel Canto, and Honors Concert choir performed, with a special recognition for seniors. Seniors sang “Home” by Phillip Phillips, as their senior […]

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Taste of Mason 2012

Miranda Carney | Staff Writer The Taste of Mason was held in the Mason High School large commons on February 15. The event brought the MHS choirs, dance performances and food from the city all in one area. Click on an image to enlarge and view in slideshow mode…

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Noteorious to star in a show of it’s own

Corynne Hogan | Staff Writer On Friday January 20, Noteorious, Mason High School’s pop-acapella group, directed by Jacob Cook, will be performing their first headlining show. Not only is this the first year Noteorious has taken on its own full-length concert, but is also Cook’s first year directing Noteorious, as well. According to Cook, the concert, intertwine several different creative […]

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MBC REPORT: Elegant Holiday

By Alysha Schneider MBC Reporter for thecspn.com   The holidays are filled with love, laughter, and thanks to the choirs here at Mason High School, song. In its fourteenth year, the choral department under the direction of Elaine Santos will be performing the Elegant Holiday concert on December 9 and 10. For Santos this performance really helps everyone get in […]

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Choir finds a voice – Web Exclusive

Bobby Gibler | Staff Writer The Southern Gateway Chorus joined the Mason High School choirs and Middle School eighth-grade men’s choir in performing a fundraising concert on March 18. All the proceeds gained from the concert, a total of $2900, were donated to the Elli Bennett Find a Voice Fund, a foundation dedicated to raising money for children unable to […]

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Historical grand piano donated to MHS Choral Department

Carlie Sack | Staff Writer A grand piano, with an estimated value of $6,000, was donated to Mason City Schools Performing Arts Department on March 22. Mason residents Carolyn and John Gruber donated this piano in the name of their daughters, Ashley and Samantha, who attend Mason City Schools, but are not involved in the performing arts.

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