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29 Westford Academy Students To Participate In Massachusetts Music Educators Association Eastern District Senior Festival


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Westford Academy is pleased to announce the results from the Massachusetts Music Educators Association Eastern District Senior Festival that was held on Saturday, November 22, 2014.

Westford Academy
Westford Academy

The 29 students listed were accepted into the Band, Chorus, or Orchestra to join students from other schools in the Eastern District for a series of rehearsals and performance at Boston Latin High School in January.  Out of the 29 students listed below, 18 of those students scored high enough to qualify to audition at the All State level, one of the highest honors a high school musician can receive.

Congratulate the students listed below, along with the hard work of their teachers: Mr. George Arsenault, Band, Mr. Kenneth Culver, Strings, Mrs. Karen St. George, Vocal. Congratulations to the following students: Rebecca Arnold, Flute, Alex Bai, Violin, Sai Balabhadrapatruni, Chorus, Morgan Bott, Chorus, Kelly Bray, Trumpet, Jonathan Chen, Violin, Thomas Chen, Cello, Michael Colavita, Trombone, Jack Crossley, Chorus, Joyce Downey, Oboe, Matthew Gagnon, Chorus, Lily Hitelman, Euphonium, Raymond Huang, Chorus, Fangru Jiang, Clarinet, Kathryn Kandra, Chorus, Angela Lee, Violin, Allison Leung, Viola, Andrew Leung, Violin, Marie Levandier, Chorus, Jocelyn Li, Flute, Esther Pak, Violin, Sophia Tiano, Chorus, Sean Tseng, Viola, Ashley Wang, Cello, Stella Wang, Viola, Jeffrey Wong, Violin, Michael Xiao, Flute, Justin Yao, Trombone, Celia Zhou, Violin.

Congratulations once again to these students and their teachers!

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