You are here

The Lincoln-Way Central Madrigals perform the Hebrew song, “S’vivon Sov Sov Sov,” at Mokena Community Public Library District Nov. 28. Photos Analisa Trofimuk/22nd Century Media
The Lincoln-Way Central Madrigals open their performance Nov. 28 as they sing and walk among the crowd at the Mokena Community Public Library District.
A traditional Madrigal dress is made with intricately embroidered brown fabric. The LW music parents assist in putting together the outfits every year.
Louis Baser, a 16-year-old bass, announces the last number for the evening, “Silent Night.”
Analisa Trofimuk, Freelance Reporter
9:21 am CST December 5, 2018
Despite Lincoln-Way Community High School District 210’s decision to no longer allow the Lincoln-Way Madrigals to perform at local churches after receiving a letter from an organization called The Freedom from Religion Foundation warning the district that such a practice violated the Constitution, the high school singers did not lose their holiday spirit.