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Congratulations to the 18 Fridley High School (FHS) students who were selected to participate in the Tri-Metro Conference Fine Arts Festival on January 27, 2020, hosted at Fridley High School.
This fine arts festival is held to honor high achieving student artists. Students participating in the festival joined fellow top musicians from Tri-Metro schools at a day-long clinic with high caliber music conductors.
The other schools in the Tri-Metro Conference are; Academy of Holy Angels, Brooklyn Center, Columbia Heights, Concordia Academy, DeLaSalle, Visitation School, St. Agnes, St. Anthony Village, and St. Croix Lutheran Academy. By working alongside their peers from the other schools, Fridley student musicians were able to enjoy a day of learning from each other and camaraderie.
“This is a great opportunity for our students to advance their skills and techniques, as they are learning more challenging types of music,” said FHS band director Becca Shuman. “Students also get to work with some of the best band conductors in the state, who give them a new perspective on music and hold them to very high standards.”
The event culminated with an evening concert in the Fridley district auditorium. Congratulations to our students who participated!
o Grace Brant, grade 11, flute
o Elliot Carlson, grade 12, French horn
o Ellen Delp, grade 11, flute
o Tyler Herder, grade 11, clarinet
o Adam Johnson, grade 12, tenor saxophone
o Liz LeTourneau, grade 11, flute
o Anna Meisner, grade 10, piano
o Andy Ramirez, grade 10, percussion
o Michael Ude, grade 11, flute and piccolo
o Cameron Willcox, grade 11, baritone
o Cassady Callahan, grade 11, soprano
o Camryn Fagan, grade 12, soprano
o Cassidy Rettke, grade 11, alto
o Ashley Zamora, grade 12, alto
o Ryken Farr, grade 10, tenor
o Josh Hoy, grade 11, tenor
o Soren Prose, grade 11, bass
o Andy Stevenson, grade 10, bass