Farmington Schools students make state honors choir cut

Four Farmington Public Schools students have qualified for the 2018 Michigan School Vocal Music Association (MSVMA) “State Honors Choir”.

State Honors Choir Farmington Public Schools
Pictured from left: Kirsten Zahn, Sophia Franklin, Megan Cromwell, and Antione McCoy (contributed)

Junior Antione McCoy, senior Sophia Franklin, and sophomore Megan Cromwell of Farmington High School and junior Kirsten Zahn of North Farmington High School performed in December with the MSVMA Region C Honors Choir and in January with the State High School Honors Choir at the 13th annual Michigan Music Conference in Grand Rapids on Saturday, Jan. 27.

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The competition involved regional tryouts in October and State level auditions in December 2017 at South Lyon High School for the Michigan State Vocal Music Association. Students were judged on tone quality, memorization, intonation/pitch accuracy, rhythmic accuracy, interpretation, and sight reading.

Fewer than 300 students from Michigan’s 1,575 high schools qualify each year for the State Honors Choir.

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