Mohave High School’s first choir concert of the school year is a musical memorial to the attacks at Pearl Harbor.  “A Date That Will Live in Infamy” will feature music of the 1940s.

The concert is Tuesday (October 25) at 7:00 pm in the Mohave High School Auditorium.

Admission is $5 for adults and $3 for students.  All veterans with proper ID will be admitted free.  The concert will be held in the Mohave High School auditorium, 2251 Highway 95.

“We’re commemorating and honoring so many things, including the ‘greatest generation,’” said Mohave High choir director Cameron Pruett.  “Veterans’ Day is in two weeks.  The 75th anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attacks is this December.  The end of World War II launched organizations that jumpstarted our community: the upcoming 70th anniversaries of the Bullhead City Fire Department, Mohave Electric Cooperative, the Bullhead Area Chamber of Commerce and, of course, the Bullhead City Elementary School District.  Bullhead City is also honored to have a USS Arizona memorial in Arizona Veterans Memorial Park.”

This is Pruett’s first year as director of Mohave High’s award-wining vocal music program.

Songs include those from the Big Band era, as well as 40s-themed Broadway music.