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Musicians Qualify for All State Festival

Whitinsville Christian High School is pleased to announce Andrew Baker, tenor, Mickey Cronin, trumpeter, and Daniel Gandek, bass, have been selected to participate in the 2014 Massachusetts Music Educators Association’s 59th All-State Music Festival in Boston. Andrew, a sophomore, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Baker of Northbridge. Mickey, a junior, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cronin of Milford. Daniel, a senior, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gandek of Bolton.

        The Massachusetts Music Educators Association sponsors the music festival, and participation gives students an opportunity to demonstrate their artistry and create new friendships. Andrew, Mickey, and Daniel were required to audition in late-January to qualify for their spot. They were judged based on technical abilities and musicality in playing a prepared piece of music and selected scales, as well as in sight-reading.All State Music Qualifiers 2014

 

 

Middle School Musicians Qualify for CDJH Festival

Twelve members of the Whitinsville Christian Middle School Music Department recently qualified for this year’s Central District Junior High Music Festival to be held on May 3, 2014, at Oak Middle School in Shrewsbury. Musicians were chosen to participate following their audition in early February. The musicians are:

 

Front Row (L to R): Abby Greer (Orchestra), Bobby Whiton (Chorus), Shannon Morrill (Band), Sam Hearn (Chorus), and Gabe Roberts (Chorus)

Back Row (L to R): Katelyn Lashley (Orchestra), Esther Fomin (Chorus), Hanna VanderBaan (Chorus), Christian Swaim (Chorus), and Brianna Smith (Orchestra)

Not pictured: Andrew Dunlap (Orchestra), Tatiana Wiersma (Orchestra)

CDJH Music Qualifiers April 2014

 

Hilary Moore named Girls' Outdoor Track Coach

Whitinsville Christian School is pleased to announce the appointment of Hilary Moore as Girls’ Outdoor Track & Field Head Coach. Hilary replaces Karyn Berkowicz, who had to withdraw for professional reasons. Hilary began her track career at Whitinsville Christian as a 7th grader, and transferred to Uxbridge High School in her junior year, where she competed for her final two years of high school, specializing in the hurdles, dash, and jumps. Hilary continued her track career at Olivet Nazarene University in Bourbonnais, Illinois, where in 2011 she set the current school record of 65.16 in the 400M hurdles. She is a certified personal trainer, having graduated in December of 2013, and is employed at the Boston Sports Club of Westboro.

Hilary Moore

 

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