SV students shine at Honors Chorus concert

December 19, 2018 Cranberry Living


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JACKSON TWP — Twenty-six students represented Seneca Valley High School on Nov. 3 at Westminster College for the Pennsylvania Music Educators Association (PMEA) Honors Chorus concert.

Seneca Valley participants who performed at the festival were Ethan Bannon, Anthony Bayle, Lizzie Bittner, Brittany Brock, Lyndsey Butler, Sammi Carter, Matt Cosco, Cole Eckenrode, Grace Fawcett, Nick Folino, Olivia Forte, Kevin George, Nikki Healy, Ryan Lipscomb, Sarah McKinley, Alex Mortier, Chris Noah, Sam O’Neill, Rachel Palaski, Eli Peel, Jordan Ritchey, Jena Sabol, Jonah Smeltzer, Cassidy Spencer, Riley Surratt and Mark Wimer.

Additionally, freshman Alex Mortier and sophomore Nick Folino were chosen to sing two of the three solos performed at the concert.

The 96 students in the PMEA Honors Chorus were selected from auditions conducted Oct. 4 at Westminster College.

More than 300 students from Butler, Beaver, Mercer and Lawrence counties auditioned to make it into the choir.

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SV students shine at Honors Chorus concert
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JACKSON TWP — Twenty-six students represented Seneca Valley High School on Nov. 3 at Westminster College for the Pennsylvania Music Educators Association (PMEA) Honors Chorus concert.

Seneca Valley participants who performed at the festival were Ethan Bannon, Anthony Bayle, Lizzie Bittner, Brittany Brock, Lyndsey Butler, Sammi Carter, Matt Cosco, Cole Eckenrode, Grace Fawcett, Nick Folino, Olivia Forte, Kevin George, Nikki Healy, Ryan Lipscomb, Sarah McKinley, Alex Mortier, Chris Noah, Sam O’Neill, Rachel Palaski, Eli Peel, Jordan Ritchey, Jena Sabol, Jonah Smeltzer, Cassidy Spencer, Riley Surratt and Mark Wimer.

Additionally, freshman Alex Mortier and sophomore Nick Folino were chosen to sing two of the three solos performed at the concert.

The 96 students in the PMEA Honors Chorus were selected from auditions conducted Oct. 4 at Westminster College.

More than 300 students from Butler, Beaver, Mercer and Lawrence counties auditioned to make it into the choir.