COAL TOWNSHIP -The Shamokin Area Senior High choral ensembles will present their annual spring concert at 7 p.m. Thursday in the middle-high school auditorium. The public is invited to this free performance.

The concert will open with the 34-member chorale singing a variety of choral literature, including the Queen hit "Bohemian Rhapsody," featuring Richard Brown on guitar. The 76-member full chorus will continue the program with both traditional and popular selections. The girls' ensemble will be featured in the pop hit "It's Raining Men;" the boys' ensemble will follow with "Workin'," a medley including "Working in a Coal Mine," "I've Been Working on the Railroad," "Big John" and "Sixteen Tons." Soloists for the concert include Sarah Purcell, Rhiannon McKinney, Katie Augustitus, Paul Gurba and Brady Haupt.

Chorale members are Anthony Anonia, Katie Augustitus, Jackie Augustitus, Elizabeth Bednar, Mariah Bielski, Jill Britton, Richard Brown, Logan Carpenter, Theo Deptula, Stephanie Dressler, Heather Elliott, Marlena Ford, Megan Goodrich, Paul Gurba, Abby Halderman, Molly Hasuga, SaraJane Healey, Ashley Keiser, Amber Kelly, Angela Kinder, Corey Levi, Katie Madara, Dana Madl, Molly McDevitt, Nick McWilliams, Marielle Miller, Sarah Purcell, Noah Rachau, Lea Richardson, Jess Schleig, Graeme Shappell, Alyssa Shuey and Cailin Wilson.

Chorus members include Danny Amarose, Amber Barnes, Tara Blom, Alyssa Britton, Austin Britton, Samantha Carpenter, Cearra Chipolla, Eryn Cook, Chelsie Cossari, Jeannette Costa, Nicole Cullen, Caitlin Fellin, Nina Foulds, Tevin Gonzalez, Kenya Graham, Alyssa Green, Katelyn Green, RJ Gurba, Brady Haupt, Austin Keiser, Brandi Kleman, Autumn Madden, Sam Marrone, Rhiannon McKinney, Leah Mirolli, Ashley Mulkins, Darian Paul, Danielle Polidario, Adorabelle Quackenbush, Bunnie Radel, Melissa Rishel, Jessica Savini, Sara Snyder, Victoria Snyder, Cole Supsic, Jasmine Wagner, Becca Wargo, Eric Weikel, Danielle Wilk, Jessica Wywadis and Noah Young.

The chorale and chorus are under the direction of Mary Anne Stump. Piano accompanist is Bonny Klinger. Drum set will be played by Cole Fegley.