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CMS, CHS students to participate in all-state band, choirs
By Calen McKinney, Public Information Officer, CIS CAMPBELLSVILLE, KY (Tue 2 Feb 2016) - Campbellsville Middle and High School students will participate in all-state choirs and all-state band this week.
CHS junior Blair Lamb and sophomore Samuel Kessler were chosen to participate in the high school all-state mixed choir.
Lamb and Kessler received some of the top scores of those who auditioned for a chance to sing with the all-state choir.
CMS seventh-grader Noah Mardis and CHS freshman Hayley Stapleton will participate in all-state junior high choirs.
Mardis was chosen to sing alto in the Kentucky Junior High Treble Chorus. Stapleton will sing in the Kentucky Junior High Mixed Chorus. Each of the choirs are made up of about 200 students from across Kentucky. Nearly 1,200 students auditioned.
Seventh- and eighth-graders and high school freshmen participate in KMEA junior high school choirs.
Students in fifth- and sixth-grades participate in children's choirs and high school sophomores; juniors and seniors participate in high school choirs.
CHS junior Laura Lamb will perform with the KMEA all-state band.
Lamb, a mallets player, was one of about 1,200 students who auditioned for nearly 140 spots to perform with the all-state ensemble.
She finished second of those auditioning and will perform with the symphonic band.
According to CHS Band Director Zach Shelton, Lamb is the first CHS student in about 20 years to be invited to play with the band, which is the highest honor a high school band student can receive.
The students will attend the Kentucky Music Educators conference on Wednesday, February 3, through Friday, February 5. Mardis and Stapleton will perform at 5:15pmET on Thursday, February 4, at the Kentucky Center for the Arts in Louisville, KY, Kessler and Blair Lamb will perform on Friday, February 5, at 8pmET. Laura Lamb will perform on Saturday, February 6, at 3pmET.
Cyndi Chadwick is the Campbellsville Elementary and Campbellsville High School choir director. Jessica Floyd directs the Campbellsville Middle School choir.
This story was posted on 2016-02-03 06:27:02
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