Campbellsville Middle School choir members are preparing for their upcoming fall concert.
About 30 students recently formed the CMS sixth-, seventh- and eighth-grade choir, which is under the direction of music teacher Jessica Floyd.
Students are preparing several musical selections to perform at the concert.
Recently, students practiced the song “Kuna Karamu,” which means let’s celebrate in Swahili. The song features African rhythms with a combination of English and Swahili lyrics.
The date for the choir’s fall concert will be announced in coming weeks.
From left, eighth-grader Alexis Thomas, sixth-grader Keely Thompson, seventh-graders Mikaela Scharbrough and eighth-grader Isabella Vannice sing “Kuna Karamu.”
From left, CMS eighth-graders Myricle Gholston, Riley Rainwater and Skyler Olinski and sixth-grader Thomas Lucas sing “Kuna Karamu.”
CMS choir director Jessica Floyd plays “Kuna Karamu” as her students sing.
CMS choir members sing “Kuna Karamu.”
CMS choir director Jessica Floyd leads her students as they sing “Kuna Karamu.”