WOOD-RIDGE, NJ/NEW YORK, NY -- The Wood-Ridge Junior/Senior High School Chorus will be performing at Carnegie Hall tonight, Monday, March 18, with a National choir of over 200 students from around the country. 

This is the fourth time performing with the National Festival Chorus, according to Melissa Manolakakis, the Choir/Glee/Vocal Ensemble Club Director.  The group has been working on college-level music for months. They will be singing singing 6 collegiate songs in 8-part harmony. Two songs are in the foreign languages of German and Latin; and four a cappella pieces.

The concert begins at 8pm tonight and tickets can be purchased at the door.

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