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Bravo, singers!

By: Webmaster|Date: Mar 25, 2018|Tags: Arts, School News


Plymouth Christian had a very successful day at the District 12 Solo & Ensemble event in Monroe, Michigan today. This event featured soloists, smalls ensembles, and large ensembles from many schools in Wayne, Oakland, and Monroe counties. PCA sent ten high school events and eight middle school events. Most of the students will be attending the state competition on April 20th, 2018.

All high school students receiving a division I rating will advance to State Solo & Ensemble; some students receiving a II will also be attending state and they are designated below. Middle schoolers cannot attend state.

High School Events:
PCA High School Choir – Divison I
Women’s ensemble – Division I
Ann Stein – Division I, perfect score
Eliya Adams – Division II
Joy Chamberlain – Division I
Isaac Cantrell – Division I
Rachel Brugger – Division II, state qualifier
Caitlyn Mitchell – Division II, state qualifier
Noah Askew – Division I
Hannah Askew – Divison I

Middle Schools Events:
Lizzy McHugh – Division I
Lana Burger – Division I
Isabella Sherman & Rachel Baker – Division I
MIddle School Quartet – Division I
Middle School Choir – Division I, perfect score
Jackson Ellinger – Division I
Lauren Heussner & Kathryn McCreedy – Division I
Carissa Warnshuis – Division I

You can view the choir preparing for the competition by performing two of their selections today.

Bravo, singers!

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