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RHHS sings at Georgia College
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MILLEDGEVILLE — Georgia College recently welcomed 91 students from eight high schools across Georgia to the 10th High School Choral Day.
Richmond Hill High School choral director Jamie Hillen and students Anna Prutz, April Ward, Claire Weinstein, Doralyn Bolak, Jessica Fields, Lauren Maxwell, Melinda Shadoan, Molly Messinger, Nicole Nielson, Rebecca Frost and Sarah Barry participated in the event.
“Choral Day offers high school students and choirs the opportunity to make music beyond their own classroom without the stress or pressure of an audition,” Georgia College Director of Choral Activities Dr. Jennifer Flory said.
High School Choral Day provides the opportunity for high school students to practice and perform with GC’s Max Noah Singers.
Additionally, high school students and directors prepare for the Georgia Music Educators Association’s large group performance evaluation held every spring.
High School Choral Day was Sept. 16 included a vocal master class taught by Dr. Wendy Mullen, GC professor of music. Students toured the Georgia College campus before their final performances concluded the day.
The repertoire included “The Last Words of David” by Randall Thompson, “Ave Verum Corpus” by William Byrd and “Make our Garden Grow” by Leonard Bernstein.

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