Carolers at Oak Ridge Library on Thursday

The Oak Ridge High School Madrigal Singers will perform at noon Thursday at the Oak Ridge Public Library.

The students sing routinely in many languages and perform music from many time periods, Renaissance to modern, a press release said. Several participate in All East and All State choirs, and many receive college scholarships to help them pursue their music studies.

The choir director, Amanda Ragan, is a graduate of the University of Tennessee Knoxville and has a bachelor’s degree in music education, as well as a master’s degree in curriculum and instruction. She has been teaching at ORHS for the past 14 years, the release said. Her choirs are well-known and consistently earn superior ratings at local, state, and national competitions.

For more information on this free program, call the library at (865) 425-3455 or email [email protected].

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