SCMS vocalists selected for honor choirs
Scott City Middle School sixth through eighth graders selected for the Southwest Kansas KMEA Choir are (front row, from left) Tori Ford, Payton Goodman, Brynn McCormick, Lizzy Cantaros and Chelsie Rose. (Middle row) Abbie LeBeau, Jacelynn Buffington, Jaiden Amack, Briana Amezcua and Lily Pepper. (Back row) Blake Koehn, Jimmy Wiebe, Jose Martinez and Victor Martinez. Not pictured is Andrew Prochnow.
By Rod Haxton, editor
Scott City Middle School vocalists have been selected for area and statewide honor choirs that will be giving special performances early next year.
Fifteen students were named to the Kansas Music Educators Association Southwest Honor Choir by SCMS vocal director Jodi Reese. The group, consisting of sixth through eighth graders, will be performing in Dodge City on Jan. 23.
Local vocalists include:
Sixth grade: Lizzie Cantaros, Tori Ford, Payton Goodman, Brynn McCormick and Chelsie Rose.
Seventh grade: Alli Brunswig.
Eighth grade: Jaiden Amack, Briana Amezcua, Jacelynn Buffington, Blake Koehn, Abbie LeBeau, Jose Martinez, Victor Martinez, Lily Pepper, Andrew Prochnow and Jimmy Wiebe.
Four vocalists have been named to the Kansas Choral Directors Trebel Honor Choir based on taped auditions that were submitted to judges. They include Alli Brunswig, Lilly Cantaros, Payton Goodman and Brynn McCormick.
These students will be performing in Wichita on Feb. 26.
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