Norwalk High's Candlelight Concert Brings Sweet Sound To The Holidays

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A Norwalk student plays the flute. Photo Credit: Courtesy of Sharon Cadden
Singers belt out a song. Photo Credit: Courtesy of Sharon Cadden
Members of the Norwalk High chorus sing. Photo Credit: Courtesy of Sharon Cadden
Santa even made an appearance at Candlelight. Photo Credit: Courtesy of Sharon Cadden
Two girls in costume sing during the concert. Photo Credit: Courtesy of Sharon Cadden
Two small children listen to a story as part of the concert. Photo Credit: Courtesy of Sharon Cadden
Boys and girls in the chorus sing during the concert. Photo Credit: Courtesy of Sharon Cadden
A violinist focuses on the music. Photo Credit: Courtesy of Sharon Cadden
A scene from the concert. Photo Credit: Courtesy of Sharon Cadden
More than 600 students in the chrous, band and orchestra performed at Candlelight. Photo Credit: Courtesy of Sharon Cadden

NORWALK, Conn. -- Norwalk High School held its winter concert, Candlelight, this week.

There were three performances with more than 600 students in the school's orchestra, chorus and band performing holiday songs.

Candlelight is the oldest high school winter concert in New England. It began in the 1930s and has been performed every year except for two years during World War II, when regulations prevented it.

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