Listen to Brookwood High School's 34 origional compositions from the following composers (in order of appearance)
Thomas Jackson • Kwuan Faulk • Stuart Jones • Matthew Hanagriff • Aaron Walker • Kallyn Glasser • Adi Trivedi • Michael Zdanowicz • Christian Noble • Tommy Peck • Dell Kramer • Joshua Rooks • Sara Zaidspiner • Katie Waters • Andrew Martinez • Sana Daley • Brooks Berry • Zerig Holt • Chase Glenn • Daniel Nkurunziza • Maggie Rees • Alberto Gonzalez • Mikail Gauthier • Hammad Moti • Neha Golakia • Ariana Holt • Jeff Steele • Samuel Rodriguez • Fabian Herrera • Cory Orange • Taylor Anderson • Morgan Weekley • Christian Valdivieso • Jacob Rees
Production: Chris Costigan
Artwork Consultant: Loria Crews
Artwork: John Todd
Special Thanks to Ken Simpson
Duluth High School student Nick Pelletier, violist, in the Duluth Chamber Orchestra has won an audition to perform with the 2015 NYO-USA (National Youth Orchestra-USA).
Pelletier will join 120 other young musicians age 16-19 in a concert tour of China as well as a Carnegie Hall performance which will be broadcast live worldwide. All expenses will be paid by Carnegie Hall's Weill Music Institute.
A mission of the NYO-USA is fostering cultural discovery through performance and meeting with local young musicians from China. The Orchestra will perform nine concerts on the two week tour, July 10-26, preceded by a two week residency at Purchase College, SUNY.
Members of the New York Philharmonic will coach the students. The tour will take them to seven cities, Beijing, Shanghai, Suzhou, Xi'an, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, and Hong Kong. The Orchestra is in it's third year and is the first national youth orchestra of this kind since Leopold Stokowski established one in 1940 and then was suspended by the advent of WWII. The first two season's the orchestra toured Russia and the USA.
Congratulations to GCPS for winning a "Best Communities for Music Education" award through providing quality school-based music education for students.
The Best Communities for Music Education survey acknowledges and celebrates schools and districts, their administrators, teachers, board members, parents and students across the United States for their commitment to and support of music education.
North Gwinnett High School's Music Tech program proudly presents "Winterscapes 2014" free to download! Our program celebrates talented and extraordinary music students. Simply point your browser Here to stream or download this wonderful music. We hope you will share these musical offerings with others. Our last album has a combined 4000 plays from all over the world! Please visit our page regularly for updates and additional music. Enjoy!
The Music Tech Program at BHS is proud to announce the release of their 2014 holiday compilation entitled "Festive Sounds"as a free download to get the word out about our fantastic Music Technology Program at Brookwood High School. Our last 4 albums have combined for almost 20,000 plays from all over the world! Please visit our page each December and May for new music.
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The chamber orchestra from Mountain view played to the public in one of the galleries at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta on Tuesday while the visual arts students from painting and drawing exhibited their work.
Pictured: Kasey Bell and Aubrey Peat, who were selected to perform in ACDA National Honor Choirs. Kasey will sing in the National High School Mixed Choir and Aubrey will sing in the National College/Community Latin American Choir.
The two Mountain View Choir members were selected to sing in American Choral Directors Association's National Honor Choirs at the national conference in February. The ACDA National Conference is the largest conference in the nation for choral directors in all levels of education; public, private, k-12 and university levels
Students from the Brookwood High School Philharmonic Chamber Ensemble, under the direction of Cathie Hudnall and Phillip Reesman, performed at the Southern Music Hall of Fame event last Friday (October 10) evening. The students were the only group invited to perform for the launching party of the Southern Music Hall of Fame inductions held in downtown Atlanta. The event played host to many music producers and celebrities across the region and country.
The students who performed: