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Covington Catholic’s Chamber Choir releases new album, ‘I Lived,’ featuring six songs; now on sale

The highly-acclaimed Covington Catholic High School Chamber Choir has released a new album. “I Lived,” which features six songs: To Where You Are, Kiss from a Rose, Homeward Bound, I Lived, Bless the Broken Road and For Good.

Songs are available via iTunes and through the school ($10 per CD).

Members of the Chamber Choir include graduating seniors Doug (Anthony) Armbruster, Tony Billot, Harrison Farrar, Adam Fortner, Connor Furnish, Seb Ghering, Ross Halverstadt, Tom Heppler, Joe Huber, Cameron Martin, Liam Merkle, Evan Moon, Warren Naberhaus, Joe Rentrop, Andrew Shelton, Johnny Shue and Luke Summe as well as underclassmen Paul Allison, Grant Disken, Luke Eisner, Grant Forster, Nick Gettelfinger, Bret Holt, Lukas Hummeldorf, Jay Jackson, John Lawrie, Peter Roesel and Jacob Schulte.

Artwork for the album was produced by junior Paul Allison. The video for I Lived was by CCH grad Will Huber (2013):

The Chamber Choir provides music for school and Diocesan liturgies as well as other special events throughout the school year.

It released its first album – a collection of Christmas songs – in 2017, including The Christmas Song, which won the 2016 Q102’s Christmas Choir competition.

For information on performance availability please contact Jim Wolfe, Chamber Choir Director, at jwolfe@covcath.org.

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