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Fourteen Roxbury High School Students Perform in Eastern Division Honors Choir

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Fourteen Roxbury High School Students performed in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on March 10th for the American Choral Director’s Association Eastern Division High School Honors Choir.

This prestigious ensemble is comprised of the top singers in the northeastern part of the United States. Roxbury High School students made up 10% of the High School Honors Choir, more than any other school!

Congratulations to Taylor Bailey (10), Cassidy Gilroy (12), Bryan Gonzalez (11), Ian Hachey (11), Hannah Kennedy (12), Austin Kurbansade (11), Matthew Malsbury (10), Kyle Massage (11), Amanda Melchers (10), Cierrah Mouzone (11), Alexa Scano (12), Chris Scire (11), Patrick Williams (12), and Jacob Wood (11) on this great accomplishment.

The American Choral Directors Association is a national organization founded in 1959 to serve the professional needs of all choir directors. From its origin, ACDA has promoted excellence in choral music through its workshops, symposia, choral program exchanges, international efforts, and especially through its conferences. Their mission is to inspire excellence in choral music through education, performance, composition, and advocacy.

PHOTO ABOVE (courtesy of Roxbury High School)

· Fourteen Roxbury High School Students Perform in Eastern Division Honors Choir -- Taylor Bailey (10), Cassidy Gilroy (12), Bryan Gonzalez (11), Ian Hachey (11), Hannah Kennedy (12), Austin Kurbansade (11), Matthew Malsbury (10), Kyle Massage (11), Amanda Melchers (10), Cierrah Mouzone (11), Alexa Scano (12), Chris Scire (11), Patrick Williams (12), and Jacob Wood (11)

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