Bronxville Students to Perform in Special Concert

The special performance will be held at SUNY Purchase.

Almost two-dozen Bronxville students will have the honor of perfoming at the All-County Music Concert. The special performance will be held at SUNY Purchase. Students ranging from grades four through nine will be taking part in the event, which takes place on March 16-17. Here are the details from the Bronxville School District.

Students from Bronxville have been selected to perform for an all-county music ensembles by the Westchester County School Music Association.

These 22 children will play for the program’s 2013 Elementary and Intermediate Festival concerts on March 16 and 17 at SUNY Purchase College in Harrison.

The concert includes students in grades four through six. Selected for the Elementary Orchestra are fifth graders Yotaro Moriyasu (viola), Sabrina Mellinghoff (cello), and Elise Russo (bass). Selected for the Elementary Band are fifth graders Finlay Boardman (trombone), James Ferguson (French horn), and Theo Sperber (trumpet), and sixth graders Arisa Haram (flute), Paul Magaud (flute), Patrick Mooney (French horn), and Fritz Pingel (trumpet).

The Intermediate Festival includes students in grades seven through nine. Chosen for the Intermediate Chorus are seventh graders Hadley Barr (alto), Katie Gordon (soprano), Evelyn Kluemper (soprano), Grace Randall (alto), and Kara Regan (alto); eighth graders Jason Cushman (baritone), Noah Gaffney (baritone), Niko Goutakolis (soprano), and Pablo Rivera (alto); and ninth grader Winston Weiler (baritone). Selected for the Intermediate Orchestra are eighth grader Ali Gokhan (viola) and ninth grader Henry Anderson (cello).

The instrumentalists were chosen by WCSMA on the basis of auditions at last spring’s New York State School Music Association Solo Festival and the Bronxville choral director picked the concert’s singers.


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