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Bronxville School Students Selected to Perform With All-County Band, Orchestra and Chorus PDF Print Email


By Michael Ganci, Syntax for The Bronxville School

Feb. 19, 2020: A group of talented Bronxville School singers and instrumentalists have been selected to perform for All-County music ensembles by the prestigious Westchester County School Music Association for its 2020 festival concerts.

Members of the Elementary All-County Chorus will include fifth graders Jackson Fino (alto), Oliver Goulden (soprano), Charlotte Haller (soprano) and Josie Leddy (alto) and sixth graders Grayson Curran (alto), Anabella Davis (soprano), Katie Fezza (alto) and Peyton Gallo (soprano). Seventh graders Nora Eddib (soprano), Catalina Gallipoli (soprano), Mollie Macfadyen (alto), and Lena Vermette (alto), eighth grader Roman Rosenberg (tenor/baritone) and freshman Jake Berman (tenor/baritone) were selected to perform with the Intermediate All-County Chorus.  

Fifth graders Henry Scholes (euphonium) and Sean Spillane (tuba) and sixth grader Masha Lekovic (flute) were selected to participate in the Elementary All-County Band. Seventh graders Bruno Kahraman (trombone) and Max Stein (oboe) and ninth grader Aidan McBride (French horn) were selected to participate in the Intermediate All-County Band

Fifth graders Abigail Fong (violin), Maya Mincak (viola), Elizabeth Reidy (string bass), and Ava Toolan (violin) and fourth grader Ainslea Hong (cello) will perform with the Elementary All-County Orchestra. 

Sixth grader Sam Bright (double bass) and seventh graders Aidan Gegenwarth (violin) and Sophia Ikiri (violin) will perform with the Junior All-County Orchestra.

Eighth graders Madeline Lescott (viola) and Ria Mueller (cello) will perform with the Intermediate All-County Orchestra. 

“Earning a place in the All-County music ensembles requires hours of practice, musical skill, and the courage and discipline to pursue a challenging goal,” said Denise Lutter, the orchestra director and performing arts department curriculum leader. “The music faculty is very proud of the young musicians who met the challenge, and we look forward to hearing their concerts.” 

The Elementary and Intermediate All-County Chorus concerts will take place on Saturday, March 7, at 4 p.m. The Elementary, Junior, and Intermediate All-County Orchestra concerts will take place on Saturday, March 7, at 11 a.m. The Elementary and Intermediate All-County Band concerts will take place on Sunday, March 8, at 11 a.m. All concerts will take place at SUNY Purchase.

Pictured in rotation:  Bronxville students who will perform in the All-County Orchestra & All-County Band and All-County Chorus

Photos courtesy of the Bronxville Union Free School District 

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