Twenty-One Roxbury Students Make All-State Honors Choir

Twenty-one Roxbury Students successfully auditioned for the New Jersey All-State Choir last weekend, setting a new record for the high school.  This prestigious ensemble is comprised of the top singers across the state of New Jersey.

Two of those students, Jacob Wood (11) and Austin Kurbansade (11), took first place in the state in their respective voice parts.

Congratulations to Taylor Bailey (10), Alec Burns (11), Bryan Gonzalez (11), Ian Hachey (11), Jacob Hachey (9), Melissa Hughes (11), Austin Kurbansade (11), Justin Kurbansade (11), Ivan Largo (11), Julia Malczynski (10), Matthew Malsbury (10), Cristian Marrero (9), Amanda Melchers (10), Joseph Negron (9), Matthew North (11), Emily Rheinhardt (10), Marc Sarinelli (11), Christopher Scire (11), Kayla Streppone (11), Andrew Velasquez (11), and Jacob Wood (11).

These students will begin rehearsals in June and will continue to meet throughout the summer and fall until their concert in Atlantic City in November.

The purpose of NJ All-State Chorus is to offer a unique educational experience to the best-qualified vocal students in New Jersey.  Accepted students will perform choral literature of the highest quality, under the direction of an outstanding conductor.

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