Students selected to perform

Several USD 410 students have received recognition for their work in choral music.

Eight Hillsboro High School choir students have been selected to sing in the Kansas Music Educators Association South Central District Honor Choir Dec. 4. The students auditioned Nov. 6 in a live audition for three judges.

Students selected were Brenna Blackketter, Dylan Delk, Elise Heyen, Olivia Kliewer, Daniel Nelson, Luke Moore, Hayley Pankratz and Jordan Riggs.

Matt Wiebe has been selected to play fourth chair trumpet in the KMEA South Central District Honor Orchestra Dec. 4.

HHS freshman Scott Brazil has been accepted into the KMEA Middle-Level Honor Choir.

The Honor Choir is an auditioned group of seventh- through ninth-grade students from across the state. The group will rehearse and perform during the KMEA in-service workshop in February.

Hillsboro Middle School sixth-graders Anna Glanzer, Vance Klassen and Tyson Reimer have been accepted into the Kansas Choral Directors Association Treble Honor Choir.

The choir is an auditioned group of fifth- through ninth-grade students from across the state.

The group will rehearse and perform one day during the KMEA in-service workshop in February.

Lynn Just is the vocal and instrumental music director at the high school.

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