Cedarville choir, band earn high marks


Submitted photos Cedarville High School’s choralation and concert band recently performed at the OMEA state contest in Tipp City and Troy, respectively. Choralation earned its fourth consecutive superior rating for its performance. The concert band earned an excellent rating for its performance. The combined high school music ensembles at Cedarville represent about one-third of the student body, including many students involved in high academics, athletics, and clubs. Both ensembles are under the direction of Jason Mahan with assistant band director and accompanist Kris McClure.


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Cedarville High School’s choralation and concert band recently performed at the OMEA state contest in Tipp City and Troy, respectively. Choralation earned its fourth consecutive superior rating for its performance. The concert band earned an excellent rating for its performance. The combined high school music ensembles at Cedarville represent about one-third of the student body, including many students involved in high academics, athletics, and clubs. Both ensembles are under the direction of Jason Mahan with assistant band director and accompanist Kris McClure.

Submitted photos Cedarville High School’s choralation and concert band recently performed at the OMEA state contest in Tipp City and Troy, respectively. Choralation earned its fourth consecutive superior rating for its performance. The concert band earned an excellent rating for its performance. The combined high school music ensembles at Cedarville represent about one-third of the student body, including many students involved in high academics, athletics, and clubs. Both ensembles are under the direction of Jason Mahan with assistant band director and accompanist Kris McClure.
http://xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_Cedarville-Chorus-1-copy.jpgSubmitted photos Cedarville High School’s choralation and concert band recently performed at the OMEA state contest in Tipp City and Troy, respectively. Choralation earned its fourth consecutive superior rating for its performance. The concert band earned an excellent rating for its performance. The combined high school music ensembles at Cedarville represent about one-third of the student body, including many students involved in high academics, athletics, and clubs. Both ensembles are under the direction of Jason Mahan with assistant band director and accompanist Kris McClure.

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