Show Choir: Cavaliers / Faces
What is Show Choir?
Cavaliers and Faces are ensembles built on tradition and class. Students learn basic vocals and choreography. From July through April, this group learns, creates, and perfects a show that travels throughout the Midwest. Before you know it, there will be a whirl of costumes, choreography, singing, and traveling and the season will be over. Please visit the Crete-Monee Choral Music Association
website for more information.
- It will be an honor and a privilege to be selected as a member.
- This group represents the best vocal and dance talent not only in the Crete-Monee School District but also throughout the Nation.
- This group is of the philosophy that achievement is directly correlated to hard work and high standards.
- When auditioning for this ensemble please keep in mind that this group requires a lot of dedication and sacrifice.
- Mr. Mohr will do his best to keep you informed of schedule changes, but last minute updates will be unavoidable occasionally.
Cavaliers is a talented group of 36 singer/dancers at Crete-Monee High School. There are twelve combo members and six members of the crew. Cavaliers is directed by Mr. Robert Mohr with assistant JD Hecht. Cavaliers have taken many awards in the recent past. They are choreographed by Jarad Voss and Victoria Burns. The combo is directed by Jeff Grosso. This year, they will compete at Mt. Zion-IL, Manteno-IL, Troy-Buchanan-MO, Huntington North-IN, Wheaton-Warrenvile-IL, and the Nationals competition in Nashville-TN.
Faces is a talented group of 37 ladies from Crete-Monee High School. There are twelve combo members and six members of the crew. Faces has won numerous awards over the years. They are directed by Robert Mohr with assistant JD Hecht. The combo is directed by Jeff Grosso, and the group is choreographed by Michael Talamonti. This year, they will perform at Mt. Zion-IL, Troy-Buchanan, Manteno-IL, Wheaton-Warrenville-IL, and the Nationals competition in Nashville-TN.