On Thursday and Friday, April 10 and 11, at 8 pm, the BHS Voices will do what they do best – make a joyful noise! – at their annual Spring Concert. Cost: $5 Tickets at door.  Also can be purchased at Lowcountry Bicycles or the Rhett House Inn.    

The Spring concert promises to entertain and delight the audience with a diverse program spanning the genres and the ages.  Sit back and be transported by a 5-piece J.S. Bach set highlighted by the dramatic and complex “Come Sweet Death.” Then enjoy the Bossa Nova style Brazilian set, followed by a medley from the musical “Sweeney Todd.”  The concert will be topped off with arrangements of several familiar Everly Brothers tunes.  
    “There is truly something for everyone in the Voices Spring Concert.  More importantly, this repertoire allows the students to take the concepts and musical knowledge they have learned and apply them in creative and interesting ways.  Plus, this is an especially dedicated and talented group,” says Victor Varner, Director of Voice & Guitar at Beaufort High.    
    Voices is a 50-voiced advanced choral ensemble.  Under the direction of Victor Varner, they have performed at the Heritage Choral Competition in Washington DC, with the Duke Symphony Orchestra both in Beaufort and at Duke University, at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, at the First African Baptist Church on Daufuski Island, and at The Savannah Arts Academy.  The Voices are frequently requested by local civic groups and, by audition, consistently well represented in the South Carolina All-State Choir