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RHHS chorus wins big at Music USA Festival
RH chorus
Performers included: Catteara Allred, Megan Bausch, Madison Black, Hayley Ditmer, Amaya Duncan, Ashley Evens, Erika Fahy, Laine Farrell, Sam Filer, Ashton Fowler, Sarah Furlong, Kayla Garza, Asia Graham, Katie Graves, Christina Hula, Meghan Isaac, Ebon Jackson, Ariana Jenkins, Imani Jessamy, Breanna Johnson, Madison Kornegay, Kristy Lightsey, Logan Malin, NaQueshia Maone, Lauren Maricle, Jessica Mikrut, Jyanna Miley, Mercy Mondt, Kacy Murphy, Thomas Nelson, Savana Oetjen, Tatiana Okoro, Keira Petermann, Janeisha Ramsey, Riley Reinhardt, Mia Ricciardi-Kling, Taylor Rine, Scottee Schmeidler, Merysa Senig, Jacey Shanholtzer, Abraham Song, Bailee Spill, Ivy Stotts, Sydney Strickland, Madelyn Sutton, Sandor Westlund, Diana Wilson, Katie Wolfe and Chloe Wood. - photo by Photo provided.

The Richmond Hill High School chorus was definitely not singing the blues after picking up hardware last month at the Music USA Festival in Orlando, Florida.

The women’s chorus took second place in their division and the advanced mixed chorus won first in their division and the grand champion trophy for being the top group at the festival.

The women’s chorus sang "Come Let Us Start a Joyful Noise" and "Jordan’s Angels." The advanced mixed chorus performed "The Seal Lullaby" and "Plaudite," which is sung in Latin.

Jamie Hillen is director of choral activities at the school. Accompanist was pianist DaMarcus Patterson.

Hillen said students began working on the songs in January.

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