For the second year in a row, Massachusetts State Senator, Walter Timilty, invited the Randolph High School Music Department to perform at the State House. On January 9, 2024, the RHS Band and Choirs performed a variety of classical, winter and patriotic music. After their performance, students were led on a tour of the State House by their local senators and representatives, concluding with a tour of the Senate Chambers and the balcony overlooking Boston Common. Students are eagerly excited to continue this tradition for years to come!
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