A&E Popapella entertained audience with modern twists February 21, 2013 thefcbagpiper Leave a comment By Bailey Hussung These photos are from this past Tuesday’s Popapella Concert, featuring popular modern songs performed by the various choir groups. Senior Ian Elmore performs a solo from “I Believe I Can Fly,” accompanied by the A Cappella choir. “‘I Believe I Can Fly’ was one of my favorites because it was a challenging song and it turned out really well,” said junior Emily Neuhauser. Photo by Bailey Hussung. Senior Ted Hartog and the men of the Chamber Singers perform “For the Longest Time”. “We worked really hard on this song, and I think the result was really good,” said sophomore Ryan Bickett. Photo by Bailey Hussung. Sophomore Bethany Smith sings a solo from Adele’s “Someone Like You”. “I loved performing both with the choirs and as a soloist, it was my first Popapella solo, so it was really exciting,” said Smith. Photo by Bailey Hussung. The Women’s Choir sings “Somewhere Over the Rainbow”. Photo by Bailey Hussung. Sophomore Jacob Zurschmiede sings a solo during “Do You Hear the People Sing?” with the Men’s Choir. Photo by Bailey Hussung. Seniors Nicolette Barreras and Christian Thomas sing a duet during “Sing a Song”. Photo by Bailey Hussung Senior Rachel Naville permorms one of the many solos in “Sing a Song”. Photo by Bailey Hussung. The Mens’ Choir warms up before the Feb. 18 concert. “I think people really enjoyed “Do You Hear the People Sing?” because it is strong and super energetic,” said Freshman Joseph Morehaus. Photo by Bailey Hussung.