EDUCATION

Valley Vista sends 8 to state show choir

2 alternates arriving from Willow Canyon

Posted 12/8/21

The Dysart Unified School District congratulates the students who were selected for the All State Show Choir by the Arizona Choral Educators.

More than 400 students from high schools around …

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EDUCATION

Valley Vista sends 8 to state show choir

2 alternates arriving from Willow Canyon

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The Dysart Unified School District congratulates the students who were selected for the All State Show Choir by the Arizona Choral Educators.

More than 400 students from high schools around Arizona auditioned on Nov. 6 to be a part of the 60 member All State Show Choir at Horizon High School. A total of eight Valley Vista High School students and one alternate will represent the Monsoon including:
• Kelly Romero (6th chair alto)
• Desi Jones (9th chair alto)
• Samira Doxie (11th chair alto)
• Maddie O’Brien (14th chair alto)
• Daniel Alger (13th chair tenor)
• Enrique LeDoux (3rd chair bass)
• Luke Lundberg (5th chair bass)
• Cian Horner (11th chair bass)
• Andrew Estrella (5th alternate bass)

Additionally, two students from Willow Canyon High School will serve as alternates: Aidan Ramirez (bass alternate) and Aaron Mittelstadt (tenor alternate).

The Arizona Choral Educators is a constituent group of the Arizona Music Educators Association which serves the needs of elementary, junior high, high school, and collegiate directors throughout Arizona. AMEA was established in 1939 as a cooperative effort of music educators. Since that time, the association has become affiliated with The National Association for Music Education.

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