"It really is a totally different style of singing and it's very challenging," Fried said.
She has no idea how the audience is going to react to the madrigals but she said the audience members, made up of faculty and families, have been very supportive of the choir.
"There's always a little bit of nervousness before you go on but these concerts are always very friendly and it's nice to know everyone else is standing there with you," Fried said. "We talk to each other out of the sides of our mouth even though we are not supposed to."
Fried, an advanced choir and dance student who took part in the recent school production of "Jesus Christ Superstar," said she couldn't quite believe school was coming to an end.
"It doesn't seem quite real, I'm so involved in school at the moment, it's hard to believe that we are leaving," said Fried, who added the majority of the 12 Chamber Singers are seniors who will be making one of their last musical performances this year.
WHAT: Annual spring concert
WHEN: 7:30 p.m. today
WHERE: Norris Auditorium, Flintridge Preparatory School, 4543 Crown Ave., La Cañada Flintridge
CONTACT: (818) 790-1178
COST: Freegnp.concert.26-BPhotoInfoHN1QAJRL20060426iyasvync(LA)Flintridge Preparatory School orchestra will begin its spring season tonight.