Cleveland Choir has six students Selected for All Northwest Honor Choir!
The following student were selected from over 4370 students who auditioned to participate in this outstanding honor choir event that will be hold in Portland Oregon on February 14-17. This is a true honor and a mark of the dedication and hard work these students have for music. They will be rehearsing over the coming months in preparation for this prestigious event and will get to work with one of the finest conductors in our country.
Please help me in congratulating the following Cleveland Choir Students:
NATIONAL HONOR CHOIR Selected our very own Nora Burkhartsmeier
The American Choral Directors Association auditions and selects students grades 10th-12th and all Undergraduate University levels for their National Honor Choir held only every other year. This event pulls from every state across the entire country and this year, Cleveland High School's very own Nora Burkhartsmeier was selected for this incredible honor. Thousands of applications were sent in and the group only selects a small few to come together, rehearsal with a world-renowned conductor, and perform for over 10,000 people at their National Conference. We can't be more excited and Thrilled for Nora!!!
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