Warsaw students will be performing in two different concerts in the upcoming week at the Warsaw Community High School Performing Arts Center.

The first performance is the spring choir concert at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. The concert is free of charge and there is no restricted seating.

Choir Director Cassandra Petrie said all five of the high school’s choirs will perform. She said there is no theme to the concert, but a variety of pop songs will be performed, as well as at least one folk song.

Songs like “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” from “Encanto,” a Taylor Swift medley and “Firework” by Katy Perry will be performed. The Select Chorale will sing “Dry Bones” and alumni have been invited to joining the chorale in singing.

The choirs competed in the Indiana State School Music Association this year, so the music performed at the concert Tuesday is the music the choirs have been working on in the past three weeks after the ISSMA competition was finished, Petrie said.

She said Tuesday’s concert is going to be the final choir concert of the year and they will be honoring seniors before saying goodbye to them. She said she hopes the concert will be a good ending to a good year and hopes it helps everyone say goodbye. She said most of the seniors in choir have participated in choir all four years, so it’s going to be a bittersweet moment for the concert.

The second concert will be the spring orchestra concert at 7 p.m. Thursday at the PAC. It is free of charge and there’s no seating restrictions.

Orchestra Director Angela Dieleman said the Beginning Orchestra, Advanced Middle School Orchestra, Obbligato String Orchestra and Philharmonic Orchestra will perform Thursday.

The concert is a spring showcase of what the orchestra has learned.

During the high school orchestra concert, the seniors will be honored. The orchestra is doing that by performing songs each senior chose because it was a piece the senior enjoyed playing in the past, always wanted to play and never got a chance to or a piece they heard about and wanted to give it a try, Dieleman said.

Some of the pieces to be performed include “Ships of Ireland,” “Danse Macabre,” “Assemble the Minions,” “Thunderstruck” and a piece from a Disney soundtrack.

Dieleman said she hopes the students have a good experience with their fellow orchestra members and find a fulfilling way to end the year of orchestra together, especially considering the grand finale will be all the orchestras performing on stage together. Dieleman said the orchestras will be performing “Viva La Vida.”

She has reached out to 10 to 15 orchestra alumni to join the orchestras to perform in the finale.